It has been a tough end of the week for international news agency Reuters, as it first had its blogging platform hijacked on Friday by still unknown attackers, then its @ReutersTECH Twitter account compromised on Saturday.
Another day, another data breach, another password dump.
UK nationals Jake Davis (aka "Topiary") and Ryan Cleary have officially admitted to being members of the infamous LulzSec hacking collective as they pleaded guilty to mounting attacks against a number of high-profile websites, The Telegraph reports.
The still unpatched Microsoft XML Core Services vulnerability (CVE-2012-1889) that allows attackers to gain the same user rights as the logged on user and execute malicious code remotely is being actively exploited in the wild.
Visitors to 4chan have recently been automatically redirected to the Twitter account of hacker group UGNazi, and an investigation into the matter revealed that the attack has been executed through a change of 4chan's DNS records by the hands of the hackers.
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