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Yahoo retires ImageMagick library after 18-byte exploit leaks user email content

The simple line of code made it possible for attackers to view private Yahoo Mail images.

DocuSign Phishing Campaign Includes Hancitor Downloader

DocuSign warns of a breach and subsequent theft of email addresses that are part of a phishing campaign that employs malicious macro-laced Word documents.

Digital signature service DocuSign hacked and email addresses stolen

Digital signature service DocuSign said Monday that an unnamed third-party had got access to email addresses of its users after hacking into its systems.The hackers gained temporary access to a peripheral sub-system for communicating service-related announcements to users through email, the company said.
It confirmed after what it described as a complete forensic analysis that only email addresses were accessed, and not other details such as names, physical addresses, passwords, social security numbers, credit card data, or other information.[ 18 surprising tips for security pros. | Discover how to secure your systems with InfoWorld's Security Report newsletter. ]“No content or any customer documents sent through DocuSignrsquo;s eSignature system was accessed; and DocuSignrsquo;s core eSignature service, envelopes, and customer documents and data remain secure,” DocuSign said in a post.

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DocuSign reveals ‘non-core’ system breach powered phishing expedition

Unauthorised access to a system holding a DocuSign email list has resulted in a phishing spike.

DocuSign forged – crooks crack email system and send nasties

Company couldn't school all the phish in the sea Electronic signatures outfit DocuSign has warned world+dog that one of its email systems was cracked by phisherpholk.…

BSides Denver 2017

Everyone loves a decent security conference, and BSides Denver provides one with space to breathe.

Folks in sunny Colorado looking for a fine local gathering found talks on advanced social engineering, APT herding, securing smart cities and more.

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WannaCry ransomware used in widespread attacks all over the world

Earlier today, our products detected and successfully blocked a large number of ransomware attacks around the world.
In these attacks, data is encrypted with the extension “.WCRYrdquo; added to the filenames. Our analysis indicates the attack, dubbed “WannaCryrdquo;, is initiated through an SMBv2 remote code execution in Microsoft Windows.

Intel’s Itanium, once destined to replace x86 in PCs, hits end...

It's the end of the line for Intel's Itanium chip, a troubled processor family that spawned many product delays and bad blood between HP and Oracle.Intel on Thursday started shipping its latest Itanium 9700 chip, code-named Kittson, in volume.
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Police watchdog investigates illegal outsourced Indian hackers scandal

Will the whistleblower please identify himself, asks IPCC The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating claims that the Metropolitan Police used outsourced Indian hackers to illegally access the email accounts of Guardian journalists and environmental campaigners.…

Secure email service builds newsletter bomb defences after attack pummels their...

500,000 junk messages in a week paralysed Tutanota Secure email service Tutanota has built defences against newsletter bombs after becoming a victim itself.…

IDG Contributor Network: Flipping the script on enterprise software

Do you feel like you’re caught between a rock and a hard place when it comes to the systems and tools you use to accomplish your work?On one hand, you have your current internal software systems, which are antiquated, clunky, and inflexible, and as such, they simply are incapable of supporting your complex and ever-changing operations. On the other hand, you could use manual tools, like spreadsheets, email, and paper, which you know are inefficient and cumbersome, to manage your work.If you’re feeling stuck, it turns out that you’re not alone.
In fact, many organizations face the reality of having to choose between these two “less-than-optimal” options on a regular basis.
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