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News / [XMCO]Résumé de la semaine #49 (du 2 au 8 décembre)
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 19:01:34 »
Résumé de la semaine #49 (du 2 au 8 décembre)

Chaque semaine, les consultants du service de veille synthétisent et analysent les faits marquants de la semaine écoulée. Correctifs Cette semaine, le CERT-XMCO recommande en priorité l’installation du correctif publié pour Adobe Flash Player. Ce correctif adresse des vulnérabilités permettant la prise de contrôle du système via l’ouverture d’un fichier ou d’une page web malveillante. [1]   Code d’exploitation Cette semaine, 6 codes d’exploitation ont...

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Source: Résumé de la semaine #49 (du 2 au 8 décembre)
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News / [AVAST]Android malware, the Starwood breach, and more | Avast
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 18:00:28 »
Android malware, the Starwood breach, and more | Avast


Android malware steals PayPal cash


Malware continues to grow smarter and more sinister, as evidenced by the newest Android scam, which researchers discovered yesterday. At the heart of the scam is a fake app called Optimization Battery. Users can only find Optimization Battery in third-party app stores, but not in Google Play.


Source: Android malware, the Starwood breach, and more | Avast
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Hardware / Re : Demande de conseils pour l'uprade d'un PC
« Dernier message par Longaripa le Aujourd'hui à 16:20:30 »
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Concernant le disque dur , n'importe lequel fera l'affaire , un modele SATA 3.5 " .
Prenez une vitesse de 7200 t/min.
Un exemple en 2 To

Prévoyez aussi un cable pour le connecter , si vous n'en avez pas : 


Pour la mémoire , il faudrait vérifier combien de barrettes sont installées , et lesquelles .
Il semble que ca soit  de la  PC4-19200 (DRR4-2400)

Connectez vous sur le site de Crucial : http://www.crucial.fr , lancez leur analyseur qui va vous indiquez ce qui est compatible.

Vous etes sur d'avoir besoin de plus de 8 Go ?
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News / [Trend]Cybercriminals Use Malicious Memes that Communicate with Malware
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 15:00:09 »
Cybercriminals Use Malicious Memes that Communicate with Malware

Steganography, or the method used to conceal a malicious payload inside an image to evade security solutions, has long been used by cybercriminals to spread malware and perform other malicious operations. We recently discovered malicious actors using this technique on memes. The malware authors have posted two tweets featuring malicious memes on October 25 and 26 via a Twitter account created in 2017. The memes contain an embedded command that is parsed by the malware after it's downloaded from the malicious Twitter account onto the victim’s machine, acting as a C&C service for the already- placed malware. It should be noted that the malware was not downloaded from Twitter and that we did not observe what specific mechanism was used to deliver the malware to its victims.


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Source: Cybercriminals Use Malicious Memes that Communicate with Malware
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News / [Sophos]YouTube is reading text in users’ videos
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 15:00:09 »
YouTube is reading text in users’ videos

Google keeps tabs on much of your activity. Now, it turns out that its YouTube service is also reading what’s in your videos too.
Source: YouTube is reading text in users’ videos
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News / [Sophos]Facebook has filed patents to predict our future locations
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 14:00:06 »
Facebook has filed patents to predict our future locations

One such use would be to pre-stuff our devices with ads and other content before we wander into a Wi-Fi dead zone.
Source: Facebook has filed patents to predict our future locations
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News / [SecList]Kaspersky Security Bulletin 2018. Statistics
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 13:00:20 »
Kaspersky Security Bulletin 2018. Statistics

During the year, Kaspersky Lab solutions repelled 1 876 998 691 attacks launched from online resources located all over the world, 554 159 621 unique malicious objects were detected and 21 643 946 unique URLs were recognized as malicious by web antivirus components.
Source: Kaspersky Security Bulletin 2018. Statistics
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News / [Sophos]Kanye West tops the charts for year’s worst password pratfall
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 13:00:06 »
Kanye West tops the charts for year’s worst password pratfall

Kanye, please keep your "all zeroes! all the time!" password away from the media. And Nutella? No, "Nutella" is NOT a good password.
Source: Kanye West tops the charts for year’s worst password pratfall
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News / [Eset]How to protect yourself as the threat of scam apps grows
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 12:00:08 »
How to protect yourself as the threat of scam apps grows

As the threat of bogus apps continues, what can we do to protect ourselves against these fraudulent practices?
The post How to protect yourself as the threat of scam apps grows appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

Source: How to protect yourself as the threat of scam apps grows
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News / [Sophos]Update now! WordPress 5.0.1 release fixes seven flaws
« Dernier message par igor51 le Aujourd'hui à 12:00:07 »
Update now! WordPress 5.0.1 release fixes seven flaws

Don't delay, update your Wordpress website today.
Source: Update now! WordPress 5.0.1 release fixes seven flaws
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