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Day: February 12, 2018

More Personal Records Exposed via Misconfigured Databases by Two Businesses

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Misconfigured Databases A must-read story from securityweek.com notes a surprising that recently, two more misconfigured databases were disclosed, revealing the personal details of thousands. The MDIA (MDJIA, with offices in Ellicott, Maryland) leaves Internet access open to the client file database, which contains information such as customer name, address, phone

Want to find cryptocurrencies market and information, go to Coincentral.com

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Coincentral.com I as you know we have been covering cybersecurity hacks on cryptocurrencies.  I have found the site for you, my faithful readers, to go to to find the cryptocurrencies market and information from Coincentral.com CoinCentral The world of cryptocurrencies is moving at a speed at which many new people are lost in

49% of crypto mining scripts are deployed on pornographic related websites

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on crypto mining scripts A must-read story from securityaffairs.co guides how the number of cryptographic mining scripts discovered by security experts is on the rise, especially for cryptographic mining scripts that are illegally deployed through an online hacking server. Qihoo 360’s Netlab experts analyze DNS traffic through the DNSMon system and analyze

Malspam phishing campaign delivers LokiBot by abusing Windows Installer

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Malspam phishing: A recent story from scmagazine.com shares according to Trend Micro, the recently observed Malspam phishing attacks exploit remote code execution vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office to infect victims of LokiBot malware through the Windows Installer service. Trend Micro had previously outlined additional attacks that exploit the memory corruption vulnerability CVE-2017-11882