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Infostealer.Posteal

02/26/2015

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02/26/2015

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02/26/2015

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02/25/2015

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02/25/2015

Sony to Blame Anonymous for Successful Attacks on its Networks

Sonys problems are far from over, but at least PlayStation Network subscribers finally getting some of the in-depth answers they have been waiting for. Sony has been on the defensive with its customers about the gravity of the situation. It took Sony over a week to inform customers that personal data had been stolen.

During investigation security experts discovered that the intruders had planted a file on one of Sony`s Online Entertainment servers named Anonymous with the words We are Legion.

The hacker group Anonymous claimed responsibility for an outage earlier in April but later denied having a hand in this latest event. Given Sonys testimony, it would seem that Anonymous was in fact involved this time around. However, Sony has refrained from stating outright that the group is responsible. It also does not cite Anonymous as the direct culprit for the latest security vulnerability in which an additional 24.6 million accounts were exposed. But given the calling card left on the server, its hard to believe that Anonymous didnt have some part in this

Just weeks before, several Sony companies had been the target of a large-scale, coordinated denial of service attack by the group called Anonymous, Kazuo Hirai wrote. The attacks were coordinated against Sony as a protest against Sony for exercising its rights in a civil action in the United States District Court in San Francisco against a hacker.

The sophistication of the PSN attackers, combined with the continuing DDoS attacks, made it hard for Sony admins to detect the compromise, which has resulted in the wholesale theft of personally identifiable information associated with 77 million accounts. Almost two weeks into the investigation of the hack, Sony learned that Station.com, its PC games site, was also breached, resulting in theft of PII associated with an additional 25 million accounts.

At least some of the PSN services are back online again, such as Music Unlimited, but not everything is back to normal yet. The way things are going for Sony lately, its likely that the PlayStation Network and Online Entertainment services wont be normal again for a very long time.

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Security Advisories Database

Remote Code Execution Vulnerability in Microsoft OpenType Font Driver

A remote attacker can execute arbitrary code on the target system.

07/21/2015

SQL Injection Vulnerability in Piwigo

SQL inection vulnerability has been discovered in Piwigo.

02/05/2015

Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability in DotNetNuke

A cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability has been discovered in DotNetNuke.

02/05/2015

Cross-site Scripting Vulnerability in Hitachi Command Suite

A cross-site scripting vulnerability was found in Hitachi Command Suite.

02/02/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in FreeBSD SCTP RE_CONFIG Chunk Handling

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/30/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in Apache Traffic Server HTTP TRACE Max-Forwards

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/30/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in MalwareBytes Anti-Exploit "mbae.sys"

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/30/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in Linux Kernel splice

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/29/2015

Denial of service vulnerability in Python Pillow Module PNG Text Chunks Decompression

An attacker can perform a denial of service attack.

01/20/2015