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Why You Shouldn't Count On General Liability To Cover Cyber Risk
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Travelers Insurance's legal spat with P.F. Chang's over who'll pay breach costs will likely illustrate why enterprises shouldn't think of their general liability policies as backstops for cyber risk.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/20/2014
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Sophisticated Malvertising Campaign Targets US Defense Industry
Brian Prince, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Dubbed Operation DeathClick, the campaign puts a new twist on an old method of infecting users.
By Brian Prince Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/17/2014
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Facebook Automates Fight Against Hackers
Kristin Burnham, Senior Editor, InformationWeek.comCommentary
Here's a sneak peek into the system Facebook uses to secure your account when other websites are hacked.
By Kristin Burnham Senior Editor, InformationWeek.com, 10/17/2014
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In Plain Sight: How Cyber Criminals Exfiltrate Data Via Video
Kaushik Narayan, CTO, Skyhigh NetworksCommentary
Just like Fortune 500 companies, attackers are investing in sophisticated measures that let them fly beneath the radar of conventional security.
By Kaushik Narayan CTO, Skyhigh Networks, 10/17/2014
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Open Source v. Closed Source: What's More Secure?
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingCommentaryVideo
In the wake of Shellshock and Heartbleed, has the glow of open-source application security dimmed?
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 10/17/2014
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FBI Director Urges New Encryption Legislation
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingNews
Encryption algorithms do not acknowledge "lawful access."
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 10/16/2014
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'Silent' Fix For Windows USB Bug?
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingQuick Hits
Researchers say a newly patched Microsoft USB flaw in older versions of Windows had at some time previously been fixed in newer versions of the OS.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 10/16/2014
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Facebook Doubles Bug Bounties For Ad-Related Flaws
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Is it a sign that online brands are treating malvertising more seriously?
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/16/2014
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The Internet of Things: 7 Scary Security Scenarios
Marilyn Cohodas, Community Editor, Dark Reading
The IoT can be frightening when viewed from the vantage point of information security.
By Marilyn Cohodas Community Editor, Dark Reading, 10/16/2014
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Berners-Lee Behind New Private Communications Network For Ultra-Privacy Conscious
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingQuick Hits
MeWe offers free, secure, and private communications.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 10/16/2014
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'Hurricane Panda' Cyberspies Used Windows Zero-Day For Months
Brian Prince, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
The vulnerability is one of multiple issues patched this week by Microsoft that have been targeted by attackers.
By Brian Prince Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/15/2014
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Russian Hackers Made $2.5B Over The Last 12 Months
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingNews
The big bucks are in selling credit card data -- not using it for fraud -- and PoS and ATM attacks are on the rise.
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 10/15/2014
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'POODLE' Attacks, Kills Off SSL 3.0
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingNews
A newly discovered design flaw in an older version of SSL encryption protocol could be used for man-in-the-middle attacks -- leading some browser vendors to remove SSL 3.0 for good.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 10/15/2014
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Third-Party Code: Fertile Ground For Malware
Peter Zavlaris, Analyst, RiskIQCommentary
How big-brand corporate websites are becoming a popular method for mass distribution of exploit kits on vulnerable computers.
By Peter Zavlaris Analyst, RiskIQ, 10/15/2014
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CMS Plug-Ins Put Sites At Risk
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Content management systems are increasingly in attackers' crosshairs, with plug-ins, extensions, and themes broadening the attack surfaces for these platforms.
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/15/2014
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Cost Of A Data Breach Jumps By 23%
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingNews
Cleanup and resolution after a breach take an average of one month to complete, a new Ponemon Institute report finds.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 10/14/2014
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Mastering Security Analytics
Ericka Chickowski, Contributing Writer, Dark ReadingNews
Fast data analysis can stymie attacks and strengthen enterprise security. Does your team have the data smarts?
By Ericka Chickowski Contributing Writer, Dark Reading, 10/14/2014
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Hundreds Of DropBox Logins For Sale On Pastebin
Sara Peters, Senior Editor at Dark ReadingQuick Hits
Trader says he's got 7 million more where those came from, but Dropbox says the accounts were expired.
By Sara Peters Senior Editor at Dark Reading, 10/14/2014
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Stolen Medical Data Is Now A Hot Commodity
Lysa Myers, Security Researcher, ESETCommentary
While credit cards are selling for a dollar or less on the black market, personal health credentials are commanding as much as $10 per patient. Here’s why.
By Lysa Myers Security Researcher, ESET, 10/14/2014
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Russian Cyberspies Hit Ukrainian, US Targets With Windows Zero-Day Attack
Kelly Jackson Higgins, Executive Editor at Dark ReadingNews
The Sandworm cyber espionage gang out of Russia intensifies its attacks in the wake of the Ukrainian conflict and sanctions against Russia with classic zero-day -- plus a popular cybercrime toolkit.
By Kelly Jackson Higgins Executive Editor at Dark Reading, 10/14/2014
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Published: 2014-10-20
The Coca-Cola FM Guatemala (aka com.enyetech.radio.coca_cola.fm_gu) application 2.0.41725 for Android does not verify X.509 certificates from SSL servers, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate.

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Published: 2014-10-20
The Not Lost Just Somewhere Else (aka it.tinytap.attsa.notlost) application 1.6.1 for Android does not verify X.509 certificates from SSL servers, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate.

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Published: 2014-10-20
The Mitsubishi Road Assist (aka com.agero.mitsubishi) application 1.0 for Android does not verify X.509 certificates from SSL servers, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate.

CVE-2014-7487
Published: 2014-10-20
The ADT Aesthetic Dentistry Today (aka com.magazinecloner.aestheticdentistry) application @7F080181 for Android does not verify X.509 certificates from SSL servers, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate.

CVE-2014-7488
Published: 2014-10-20
The Vineyard All In (aka com.wVineyardAllIn) application 0.1 for Android does not verify X.509 certificates from SSL servers, which allows man-in-the-middle attackers to spoof servers and obtain sensitive information via a crafted certificate.

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