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Day: February 9, 2018

Warning:Well-positioned Reddit clone is out to grab users’ login credentials

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Reddit Clone A must-read story from helpnetsecurity.com defines a little known that the popular social news aggregator Reddit site have been convincingly cloned as the reddit.co domain. The author apparently does not expect the user to discover for what it is: a website designed to collect the user’s username and password.

Malicious Trends: Cryptojacking Could Surpass Ransomware as Primary Money Maker

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Cryptojacking What is most likely to be an overlooked story from securityboulevard.com reviews a surprising Encryption currency is very hot. According to https://coinmarketcap.com, there are now over 1,300 cryptocurrencies accelerated with the new Initial Coin Products (ICO). Even Kodak is working with Kodak. At the moment Bitcoin is still priced

Hackers Could Crack Millions of Samsung and Roku Smart TVs

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Samsung and Roku Smart TVs This story from fortune.com finds out millions of so-called smart TVs have exploits that hackers can exploit. It is based on consumer reports, which released some of the security censorship results for some smart TVs Wednesday, the name of the internet connected TV set. Among them

New POS Malware, UDPoS , Steals Credit Payment Data via DNS Traffic

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on UDPoS This story from darkreading.com believes a surprising new POS malware called UDPoS that disguises as LogMeIn service pack. Forcepoint researchers have discovered a new type of point-of-sale (POS) malware disguised as a LogMeIn service pack designed to steal data from a magnetic stripe on the back of a payment card.

Amazon issues security patch for Key Service after researcher claims hack

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on key service vulnerability patch SC media reveals Amazon will release a security patch for its “critical” service in the upcoming update, and a researcher posted a video demo claiming they are using Raspberry Pi to attack Amazon devices. Researcher MG, who placed a device called “Break & Enter dropbox” near