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US: COMPUTER SECURITY RESEARCHER UNCOVERS DATABASE OF 191 MILLION VOTERS

International Business Times | December 29, 2015

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An independent computer security researcher uncovered a database of information on 191 million voters that is exposed on the open Internet due to an incorrectly configured database, he said on Monday. The database includes names, addresses, birth dates, party affiliations, phone numbers and emails of voters in all 50 US states and Washington, researcher Chris Vickery said in a phone interview. Vickery, a tech support specialist from Austin, Texas, said he found the information while looking for ...

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ORACLE TO FIX 167 VULNERABILITIES, INCLUDING A BACKDOOR-LIKE FLAW IN ITS E-BUSINESS SUITE

computerworld | January 07, 2016

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Oracle's monster batch of security updates expected Tuesday will include a fix for a serious misconfiguration issue in its E-Business Suite product that can give hackers access to databases full of sensitive business records....

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HACKER LEXICON: MALVERTISING, THE HACK THAT INFECTS COMPUTERS WITHOUT A CLICK

wired | September 12, 2015

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MALVERTISING IS WHEN hackers buy ad space on a legitimate website, and, as the name suggests, upload malicious advertisements designed to hack site visitor’s computers....

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GHOST FLAWS POSES HIGH RISK TO LINUX DISTRIBUTIONS

computerworld | January 27, 2015

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A fault in a widely used component of most Linux distributions could allow an attacker to take remote control of a system after merely sending a malicious email. The vulnerability, nicknamed "Ghost," is in the GNU C Library known as glibc, according to security vendor Qualys, which disclosed the issue on Tuesday as many Linux distributions released patches. Glibc is a C library that defines system calls....

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US: COMPUTER SECURITY RESEARCHER UNCOVERS DATABASE OF 191 MILLION VOTERS

International Business Times | December 29, 2015

An independent computer security researcher uncovered a database of information on 191 million voters that is exposed on the open Internet due to an incorrectly configured database, he said on Monday. The database includes names, addresses, birth dates, party affiliations, phone numbers and emails of voters in all 50 US states and Washington, researcher Chris Vickery said in a phone interview. Vickery, a tech support specialist from Austin, Texas, said he found the information while looking for ...

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ORACLE TO FIX 167 VULNERABILITIES, INCLUDING A BACKDOOR-LIKE FLAW IN ITS E-BUSINESS SUITE

computerworld | January 07, 2016

Oracle's monster batch of security updates expected Tuesday will include a fix for a serious misconfiguration issue in its E-Business Suite product that can give hackers access to databases full of sensitive business records....

Read More
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HACKER LEXICON: MALVERTISING, THE HACK THAT INFECTS COMPUTERS WITHOUT A CLICK

wired | September 12, 2015

MALVERTISING IS WHEN hackers buy ad space on a legitimate website, and, as the name suggests, upload malicious advertisements designed to hack site visitor’s computers....

Read More
news image

GHOST FLAWS POSES HIGH RISK TO LINUX DISTRIBUTIONS

computerworld | January 27, 2015

A fault in a widely used component of most Linux distributions could allow an attacker to take remote control of a system after merely sending a malicious email. The vulnerability, nicknamed "Ghost," is in the GNU C Library known as glibc, according to security vendor Qualys, which disclosed the issue on Tuesday as many Linux distributions released patches. Glibc is a C library that defines system calls....

Read More