In this episode of ThreatVlog, Tyler Moffitt talks about the 2 million user hack that Vodafone experienced last week, which investigators are saying is an inside job. He also goes into the arrest of Superhacker out of Argentina, who turned computers into zombies and was able to steal $50,000 a month from users. And in big news, Grand Theft Auto V was released today, and already torrents are being discovered packed full of malware and phishing schemes.
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In this episode of ThreatVlog, Nathan Collier covers the old, but still around, SMS Fake Installer, a Russian based program used to trick phone users to send premium text messages, costing money to the user. Nathan talks about how these threats work, how this threat is different, and the easiest way to stay protected on your Android powered phone.
In this episode of ThreatVlog, Grayson Milbourne covers the information behind the Syrian Electronic Army’s hacking of New York Times, Twitter, and Huffington Post. Grayson includes a breakdown of the hack as well as information on how to keep your own websites protected form this malicious behavior.
Commercial and black hat keyloggers can infect any device, from your PC at home to the phone in your hand. What exactly are these programs trying to steal? How can this data be used harmfully against you? And what can you do to protect all your data and devices from this malicious data gathering? In this episode of Webroot ThreatVlog, Grayson Milbourne talks about security, your data, and protecting yourself. [youtube=http://youtu.be/BvBybxTCicU] Did you miss the first episode? Be sure to check it out here: http://blog.webroot.com/2013/08/20/tor-and-apple-exploits-revealed/
What is Tor? Is it really secure? What about the Apple App Store approval process? Are all these applications really looked at? In today’s episode, Grayson Milbourne covers the exploitation of the Tor network through Firefox and a proof of concept showing just how insecure Apple app testing can be.