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UK WEB HOSTER EASILY HIT BY TARGETED ATTACK

Infosecurity Magazine | December 11, 2015

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UK web hosting firm Easily.co.uk has suffered a targeted attack which exposed an unspecified number of customer domain names, it revealed in a letter to customers. The letter from COO Edwina McDowall claims that malware which was placed onto the firm’s systems by an unknown third party has now been isolated and removed. In the letter seen by Business Insider, McDowall claims “a list of domain names registered on behalf of our customers was accessed” but then goes on to state th...

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MUMSNET SEEKS TO BOOST SECURITY AFTER SPATE OF ATTACKS

Infosecurity Magazine | August 27, 2015

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Popular parenting website Mumsnet suffered a fresh wave of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks this week, prompting the site to take further steps to improve its security. After both cyber and swatting attacks against the site and its members earlier in August, the attackers, who apparently use the now-suspended @DadSecurity Twitter handle, have redoubled their efforts. Mumsnet issued a statement online following a series of outages on Monday and Tuesday this week. “We were hit by...

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CONTACTLESS CARDS IN THE DOCK AFTER RESEARCHERS FIND SECURITY HOLES

None | July 24, 2015

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Security flaws in contactless cards and worrying gaps in retailers’ fraud checks were laid bare again this week with new research from consumer advice group Which? After purchasing a contactless card reader from a “mainstream” website, the researchers tested 10 cards. They explained the following: More worrying still was that the researchers were able to use these few stolen details to go on an internet shopping spree, buying a £3000 TV from a “mainstream online sho...

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CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE IT EXECS BELIEVE CYBER-ATTACKS COULD SOON CAUSE DEATH

Infosecurity Magazine | July 20, 2015

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Public-private threat intelligence sharing partnerships are increasingly common, and it turns out that most IT executives within critical infrastructure organizations see a need for them—especially as threats continue to snowball, to the point of potentially leading to casualties. A full 86% in a recent survey from the Aspen Institute and Intel Security said that such partnerships are key to keeping pace with escalating cybersecurity threats. Interestingly, most see improvements in cyberse...

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UK WEB HOSTER EASILY HIT BY TARGETED ATTACK

Infosecurity Magazine | December 11, 2015

UK web hosting firm Easily.co.uk has suffered a targeted attack which exposed an unspecified number of customer domain names, it revealed in a letter to customers. The letter from COO Edwina McDowall claims that malware which was placed onto the firm’s systems by an unknown third party has now been isolated and removed. In the letter seen by Business Insider, McDowall claims “a list of domain names registered on behalf of our customers was accessed” but then goes on to state th...

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MUMSNET SEEKS TO BOOST SECURITY AFTER SPATE OF ATTACKS

Infosecurity Magazine | August 27, 2015

Popular parenting website Mumsnet suffered a fresh wave of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks this week, prompting the site to take further steps to improve its security. After both cyber and swatting attacks against the site and its members earlier in August, the attackers, who apparently use the now-suspended @DadSecurity Twitter handle, have redoubled their efforts. Mumsnet issued a statement online following a series of outages on Monday and Tuesday this week. “We were hit by...

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CONTACTLESS CARDS IN THE DOCK AFTER RESEARCHERS FIND SECURITY HOLES

None | July 24, 2015

Security flaws in contactless cards and worrying gaps in retailers’ fraud checks were laid bare again this week with new research from consumer advice group Which? After purchasing a contactless card reader from a “mainstream” website, the researchers tested 10 cards. They explained the following: More worrying still was that the researchers were able to use these few stolen details to go on an internet shopping spree, buying a £3000 TV from a “mainstream online sho...

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CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE IT EXECS BELIEVE CYBER-ATTACKS COULD SOON CAUSE DEATH

Infosecurity Magazine | July 20, 2015

Public-private threat intelligence sharing partnerships are increasingly common, and it turns out that most IT executives within critical infrastructure organizations see a need for them—especially as threats continue to snowball, to the point of potentially leading to casualties. A full 86% in a recent survey from the Aspen Institute and Intel Security said that such partnerships are key to keeping pace with escalating cybersecurity threats. Interestingly, most see improvements in cyberse...

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