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Security & Hacking Vulnerabilities in Windows 8

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 15, 2013 10:34:55 AM / by The TrainACE Team posted in advanced security, hacking, hacking vulnerabilities, malware, Microsoft, security vulnerabilities, Windows 8, Cisco, cybersecurity

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When Windows 8 debuted, it brought along a completely new interface, updated platform, and transformed user experience.

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With Malware Rampant on Androids, What Lies Ahead for Google Glass Security?

[fa icon="calendar'] Aug 1, 2013 4:15:58 AM / by Lauren Archambeault posted in advanced security, hacking, malware, malware analysis, mobile security, Cisco, cybersecurity

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Google Glass may be coming to a face near you very soon, and it has gotten a lot of attention as a new way to interact with the world and, to be sure, as a device with significant privacy implications. Less has been said about security, but there are good reasons to put that concern high on the list.

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FireEye and TrainACE Team Up to Offer A Free Hacking Seminar

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 21, 2013 4:45:37 PM / by Ryan Corey posted in advanced persistent threat, advanced security, hacking, information assurance, malware, malware analysis, Cisco, cybersecurity, honeynetting, honeypotting, honeyfarming

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Yes, thats correct, FREE!

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Operation Beebus Attacks Discovered by FireEye

[fa icon="calendar'] Feb 12, 2013 5:04:53 AM / by Ryan Corey posted in advanced penetration testing, advanced persistent threat, advanced security, aerospace, China, cyber war, defense, FireEye, hacking, malware, Operation Beebus, Trojan back doors, Cisco, cybersecurity

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Researchers at security company FireEye have revealed an advanced persistent threat targeting the U.S. defense and aerospace industries and likely originating in China. Named Beebus after an early sample, the campaign's attacks come in continuous waves over time against strategically chosen individuals. According to an unnamed inside source, the Beebus campaign began in early 2012 when FireEye noticed suspicious activity on the systems of some its defense and aerospace clients. Of 261 discovered attacks, 123 targeted unmanned aerial vehicle or systems vendors. The most recent exploit used a Deloitte industry analysis report sent in a weaponized email. Researchers believe that the campaign has so far touched 214 servers with 60 unique IP addresses.

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