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  • Mobile phishing geared towards online banking users

    22.02.2013

    When it comes to deploying phishing sites designed to trick mobile users, the great majority of cyber criminals opts for targeting those who engage in e-banking and e-commerce via their mobile devices.

  • The effectiveness of bug bounty programs

    30.01.2013

    Veracode released an infographic that examines the success of bug bounty programs.

  • Cybercriminals mostly targeting LinkedIn, PayPal and Amazon

    08.01.2013

    GFI Software released a collection of the most prevalent threat detections encountered last month.

  • PayPal, Symantec, ImageShack, NBC targeted in hacking spree

    05.11.2012

    The last few days have witnessed a flurry of activity and data leaks from several hacker groups.

  • Bogus "Refund Pending" emails targeting PayPal customers

    18.09.2012

    Fake PayPal notifications about a bogus refund are hitting inboxes around the world, trying to trick users into following the offered link and supposedly log into their accounts in order to receive it: Unfortunately for those who fall for the ruse, the link will take them to a page that looks like PayPal's login page, but is actually a fake one mimicking PayPal's, and all the information submitted into it gets forwarded directly to the phishers behind this scheme, who can then use it to hijack the victim's PayPal and probably even gain entrance to other online accounts.




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Crowdsourcing your bug bounty program

David Levin, Director of Information Security at Western Union, talks about crowdsourcing their bug bounty program and the lessons learned along the way.


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