Monthly Archives: December 2012

Infosec Weekly Round-up December 10-16, 2012

“Dexter” malware steals credit card data from point-of-sale terminals A researcher has uncovered new malware that steals payment card data from point-of-sale terminals used by stores, hotels, and other businesses. Dexter, as the malware is called, has infected hundreds of

Infosec Weekly Round-up December 02-09, 2012

The Citadel crimeware kit – under the microscope “Ever since the source code of the Zeus crimeware kit, also known as Zbot, was leaked onto the internet in May 2011, many new variants have appeared. These have typically added new

Infosec Weekly Round-up November 26- December 02, 2012

Samsung printer firmware contains a printer SNMP backdoor Samsung printers contain a hardcoded SNMP community string that could allow a remote attacker to take control of an affected device. http://www.kb.cert.org/vuls/id/281284 Financial Malware Detects Remote Desktop Environments to Evade Researchers Like

Utilizing a Network Scanner – Best Practices

Your auditor, your boss, or maybe that great book on security you just read, has you thinking you want to use a network scanner to help with the security on your network, but you’re just not really sure where to