Weebly Websites Data Breach


Following the news that website creator Weebly acknowledged a data breach earlier this year that has potentially affected more than 4.4 million customers, Deepak Patel, director of security strategy for Imperva commented below. Deepak Patel, Director of Security Strategy at Imperva: “The ease of getting millions of stolen credentials, with the fact that users will […]

Mobile Security Stripped Bare: Why We Need To Start Again

Avi Rosen, CEO and co-founder of Kaymera Technologies explains why the way we protect mobile devices is broken, and how it can be fixed We’re all familiar with the cartoon image of a character stopping a water leak by plugging a finger into the hole, only for another leak to start, needing another finger, and […]

ESET Analysis: At least 15% Of Home Routers Unsecure

Tests show that software vulnerabilities and weak passwords are common in home routers. ESET introduced a new feature to a Beta version of its security software, called Home Network Protection. This feature has enabled users to scan their home routers for vulnerabilities, malicious configurations, exploitable network services and weak passwords. Since the release of the […]

Hackers Hide Stolen Payment Card Data Inside Website Product Images

Following the new about a piece of research from Sucuri, which revealed that hackers are hiding stolen payment card data inside website product images, Mark James, security specialist at ESET  commented below. Mark James, Security Specialist at ESET: “Attacks that are capable of returning an immediate gain like credit cards or financial information are always on […]

High Street Banks Failed To Adopt Security Steps That Could Protect Customers From Fraud

This morning, it has been announced that major high street banks have failed to adopt “two-factor” security steps that could protect customers from scams. Which? found that only five out of the 11 providers it tested offered this kind of login for online banking and that banks could be doing more to prevent fraud. Nick Brown, managing director […]

Adult FriendFinder May Have Been Hacked Again

Online hookup website “Adult FriendFinder” might have been hacked—again. On Tuesday evening, a hacker known as Revolver or 1×0123 claimed to have breached into the service, posting two screenshots that appeared to show he had access to some portion of the website’s infrastructure. Mark James, Security Specialist at ESET commented below whether this is genuine, if the hacker can be caught […]