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IRAN THREAT GROUP USES FAKE LINKEDIN NETWORK TO TARGET VICTIMS

None | January 06, 2016

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While tracking a suspected Iran-based cyber-threat group known as Threat Group 2889, Dell SecureWorks’ CTU uncovered an extensive network of fake LinkedIn profiles, which has been created to help the threat actors target potential victims through social engineering....

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LINKEDIN’S PRIVATE BUG BOUNTY PROGRAM GOES PUBLIC

None | June 19, 2015

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LinkedIn has gone public with its private bug bounty program, first created in October of last year. So far, participants have reported more than 65 actionable bugs—and the site has implemented fixes for each issue. In all, LinkedIn has paid out more than $65,000 in bounties, it said....

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LINKEDIN TO CUT CONTROVERSIAL INTRO FEATURE FOR APPLE MAIL

None | February 12, 2014

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“Intro reconfigures your iOS device (e.g. iPhone, iPad) so that all of your emails go through LinkedIn’s servers,” Bishop Fox analysts Vinnie Liu and Carl Livitt explained at the time. “You read that right. Once you install the Intro app, all of your emails, both sent and received, are transmitted via LinkedIn’s servers. LinkedIn is forcing all your IMAP and SMTP data through their own servers and then analyzing and scraping your emails for data pertaining to&hellip...

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FORMER LINKEDIN, YAHOO, CISCO EXECS TARGET CLOUD SECURITY AT AVID SECURE

sdxcentral | August 30, 2018

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Cloud security startup Avid Secure didn’t do the usual emergence from stealth mode with a splashy launch. “We didn’t go that route because we already had large paying customers,” said co-founder and CEO Nikhil Gupta, who previously held leadership roles at ForeScout, VMware, and Cisco. The company’s customers include Shutterfly, IDT Corporation, Belong.co, and Aspiring Minds. Co-founder and CTO Ganesh Krishnan is a former engineering lead and chief information secur...

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IRAN THREAT GROUP USES FAKE LINKEDIN NETWORK TO TARGET VICTIMS

None | January 06, 2016

While tracking a suspected Iran-based cyber-threat group known as Threat Group 2889, Dell SecureWorks’ CTU uncovered an extensive network of fake LinkedIn profiles, which has been created to help the threat actors target potential victims through social engineering....

Read More
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LINKEDIN’S PRIVATE BUG BOUNTY PROGRAM GOES PUBLIC

None | June 19, 2015

LinkedIn has gone public with its private bug bounty program, first created in October of last year. So far, participants have reported more than 65 actionable bugs—and the site has implemented fixes for each issue. In all, LinkedIn has paid out more than $65,000 in bounties, it said....

Read More
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LINKEDIN TO CUT CONTROVERSIAL INTRO FEATURE FOR APPLE MAIL

None | February 12, 2014

“Intro reconfigures your iOS device (e.g. iPhone, iPad) so that all of your emails go through LinkedIn’s servers,” Bishop Fox analysts Vinnie Liu and Carl Livitt explained at the time. “You read that right. Once you install the Intro app, all of your emails, both sent and received, are transmitted via LinkedIn’s servers. LinkedIn is forcing all your IMAP and SMTP data through their own servers and then analyzing and scraping your emails for data pertaining to&hellip...

Read More
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FORMER LINKEDIN, YAHOO, CISCO EXECS TARGET CLOUD SECURITY AT AVID SECURE

sdxcentral | August 30, 2018

Cloud security startup Avid Secure didn’t do the usual emergence from stealth mode with a splashy launch. “We didn’t go that route because we already had large paying customers,” said co-founder and CEO Nikhil Gupta, who previously held leadership roles at ForeScout, VMware, and Cisco. The company’s customers include Shutterfly, IDT Corporation, Belong.co, and Aspiring Minds. Co-founder and CTO Ganesh Krishnan is a former engineering lead and chief information secur...

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