Lisa Bock on A New Twist on Ransomware - Internal DDoS

Lisa Bock is an associate professor of information technology at Pennsylvania College of Technology (www.pct.edu) in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. She has taught a variety of courses that include networking, security, biometrics, protocol vulnerabilities, CCNA Security, and requirements analysis and is an author for Lynda.com. Lisa provides an…

40% of Android Devices at Risk of Screen Hijack Exploit

Security researchers have uncovered a significant flaw in Google’s popular mobile platform Android, allowing malicious attackers to target victims with a plethora of malware. While Google has acknowledged the flaw, the tech giant won’t fix the vulnerability until the next major update of the mobile…

LIFARS CEO Ondrej Krehel Gives A Cyber Attack Demo - Monday 10/31 at 5:00 PM ET at ABC NY

Unsecured WiFI is never safe. It is much easier to compromise you and your data when you are using them. Ondrej Krehel, CEO & Founder of LIFARS will show you just how vulnerable you are! Tune in tonight at 5:00 pm for LIFARS’ first interview with…

Highly Critical Drupal SQL Injection Vulnerability Affects Millions of Websites

Up to 12 million websites compromised by exploiting a highly critical vulnerability within Drupal. Follow these steps to get your site back to safety.

A Flaw Within Samsung's 'Find My Phone' Service Allows Hackers to Remotely Lock Your Device

Samsung users beware, a zero-day flaw was discovered within the Samsung Find My Phone online phone tracking service. The flaw was announced by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and discovered by Mohamed Abdelbaset Elnoby (@SymbianSyMoh), an Information Security Evangelist from Egypt. It has been…

Zero-Day Used to Hack the NATO, Ukraine, and Others

A Russian group of hackers is reported to have used a zero-day vulnerability within Windows operating system to spy on such targets as NATO, the Ukrainian and Polish governments, the European Union, and other targets. The vulnerability was named the Sandworm (CVE-2014-4114) by the authors of…