Monthly Archives: April 2012

Infosec Weekly Round-up April 23 – 29 , 2012

Nissan security team detected a malware attack against their facilities “We have detected an intrusion into our company’s global information systems network. On April 13, 2012, our information security team confirmed the presence of a computer virus on our network

Fake Email Trick aims to Redirect Users to Malicious websites

Several spamming messages have been observed by Trend Micro Lab that are targeting social network users, we used in the traditional spam message to find advertising content directly on the email but the reported cases seems to be slightly different

App Permission Watcher Android Tool to Display Application Security Level

By the increasing number of smartphone malwares it is important to install an application that will monitor all activities on your device, this will get you an instant notification for suspicious applications or programs and help you to avoid malicious

Malware Hits the Iranian Oil Terminal

New malicious attack that are targeting Iranian key oil facilities have been reported today by BBC, on Sunday a computer virus have infected the network to make all infrastructure disconnected from the internet. While important information and data in the

Trend Micro Alerting of Growing Android Malwares

Trend Micro have released a new report that are focusing on mobile system malicious applications for the first quarter of 2012, the document state discovering approximately 5,000 new malicious Android application which poses a big threat for Android users. Android

More than 1 Million Victims Used By Rmnet.12 Botnet

After Flashback operation where Doctor Web security software lab reported a 600 thousands infected Apple mac, new press release have been issued to another zombie network which contain more than one million hosts. Win32.Rmnet.12 is the malware used in this

CONFidence 2012 Hackers Conf Scheduled

CONFidence gaining momentum, so get ready for two days filled with lectures and extreme attractions! The presentations will be divided into four theme groups (2 each day) with more than 30 speakers, unpublished materials, workshops and a special X-traction point