Weekly Cybernote #9

For this 9th edition of our Weekly Cybernote, we will as usual cover three topics. The first concerns the new banking malware Dyreza, while the second will be about how YouTube is used by hackers to sell credit card numbers. Lastly, the third point revisits an old story about Nokia, who allegedly gave in to... Continue Reading →

Linux known exploit detection

The integration of a new patch into the Linux kernel has been proposed to enable the successful detection of exploitation attempts. The principle is very simple: when a security fix is added to the kernel, a new code will be added to call the “ exploit” function (with the CVE number of the exploit that... Continue Reading →

Weekly Cybernote #8

For this eighth edition of the Weekly Cybernote, we will concentrate on three very different subjects: the hack orchestrated by Iranian cyber-spies through a bogus news website, the music streaming service Spotify whose data had been hacked, and lastly a cybercriminal in Australia who hijacked Apple devices for ransom. A group of Iranian cyber-spies targeted... Continue Reading →

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