Archive for March, 2017

A vulnerability in the Cisco Cluster Management Protocol (CMP) processing code in Cisco IOS and Cisco IOS XE Software could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause a reload of an affected device or remotely execute code with elevated privileges. Continue reading

Humanity’s first spacewalk seems even crazier 52 years later.

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Bitcoin just can’t catch a break. Last Friday, the virtual currency community’s hopes were dashed when the Securities and Exchange Commission denied an application to approve a bitcoin investment fund. Bitcoin quickly recovered its value, but just a week later, it looks like another potential disaster is on the horizon. Continue reading

Hacker competition cyber

Malicious entity could be tracking phones of domestic, foreign officials

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The seventeenth annual CanSecWest security conference is underway in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, where researchers are competing in the 10th anniversary Pwn2Own computer hacking contest for over $1 million in prizes. Continue reading


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Welcome to Pwn2Own 2017 – the tenth anniversary of the competition and our largest Pwn2Own ever. This is also our largest contest ever with over $1,000,000 USD up for the taking – and continuing what we started last year, we’ll crown a “Master of Pwn” as the overall winner on Day Three. Continue reading


Avast introduces a new decryption tool that will help Mac users infected with the FindZip ransomware decrypt their files. Continue reading

Turkey vs Holland – Hackers launched a massive hacking campaign that hijacked hundreds of High-Profile Accounts to spread political messages against Holland.

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