Monthly Archives: January 2014

BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-05

This week, Arbor, in their Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report, reveals that Datacenters are now magnets for DDoS attacks. Hasbro[.]com, the US toymaker, has also been found to unknowingly be serving malware to visitors in drive-by attacks (they have around 215 … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-04

News regarding the Target attack has come out on how researchers say the Author of BlackPOS Is a Russian Teenager. Other big news are that Microsoft Will Furnish Malware Assassin to XP Users Until Mid-2015. Google have had some issues … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-03

This week was Patch Tuesday for January 2014, which means updates to Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle products. This week has also been full of news regarding the Target hack. Up to 110 million were affected by the Target data breach, … Continue reading

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Patch Tuesday January 2014

Microsoft has released updates to address vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office, Server Software, Windows, and Microsoft Dynamics AX, as part of the Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for January 2014. These vulnerabilities could allow remote code execution, elevation of privilege or a … Continue reading

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BF-SIRT Newsletter 2014-02

Welcome back to a new year! This newsletter consist of news that has happened throughout the holiday period. Some recommended reading is how Yahoo visitors got served with malicious ads as well as how Krebs worked on Deconstructing the $9.84 … Continue reading

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