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The Pope Makes Shocking Admission… He takes pills for what??

Spammers around the globe continue to get creative with their stories in order to entice attention. There is a recent spam outbreak that claims Pope Francis has made a “shocking admission” about taking ‘Neuroflexyn,’ a new drug that purportedly enhances his brain power. According to the email, the benefits of this drug are...

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Protecting your web applications from the Universal XSS Vulnerability in Internet Explorer 11

by Neeraj Khandelwal  A vulnerability in IE 11 has been announced by security researcher David Leo, which has yet to be patched by Microsoft. This zero-day vulnerability, termed as Universal XSS, bypasses the Same Origin Policy (SOP) implemented by IE. SOP ensures one site cannot access cookies or other content set by another site....

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New Cryptolocker spear phishing campaign looks to be ‘The Grinch that stole Christmas’ in Australia

Cryptolocker is one of the most notorious attacks we’ve seen in a while, one which definitely would ruin someone’s day, or in this case holiday spirit. As of December 16 6:53AM PST, Barracuda Real-Time Systems have intercepted and blocked a new version which has a 1 out of 54 detection rate according to VirusTotal. The attack comes...

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Online shoppers beware; big retail companies the subject of distributed malware and phishing attacks

Aside from being retail juggernauts, companies like Best Buy, Walmart, and Costco have another big thing in common this holiday season. These brands are among the highest names being used in malware and phishing campaigns worldwide. Over the past couple of weeks, Barracuda Labs has continued to see an uptick in the amount and...

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