Credit card information stolen from online stores' checkout pages
Java Keylogger Malware Puts Online Shoppers at Risk

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Java Keylogger Malware Puts Online Shoppers at Risk
An exploit that forwards credit card details from checkout pages stems from a Java keylogger malware, researchers have discovered. Several dozen websites have been compromised, according to conservative estimates.

Malvertising Campaign Spewing Neutrino Exploit Kit Thwarted
Security researchers have helped put an end to a global malvertising campaign that put millions of users at the risk of infection by the CrypMIC ransomware delivered via the Neutrino Exploit Kit.

CryptXXX Ransomware Spread Further via SoakSoak Botnet
This year’s surge in CryptXXX ransomware infections was facilitated due to the SoakSoak botnet which has the automated ability to scan websites for vulnerabilities, researchers revealed.

Neutrino Exploit Kit Takes Over Distribution of CryptXXX Ransomware
Earlier this year, the malware authors behind the re-tweaked CryptXXX 3.1000 ransomware jumped from the Neutrino Exploit Kit over to the Angler Exploit Kit, choosing the latter as its distribution channel.

The FBI Just Became the World’s Most Powerful Hacker
New amendments to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules of the Criminal Procedure means that the FBI can now access multiple locations – anywhere in the world – with a federal judge approved warrant.

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