Tag Archives: ZDNet

Attackers hide MageCart scripts even in CSS files

MageCart scripts in CSS files

Over the years, hacker groups have come up with a variety of tricks to hide their web skimmer code from prying eyes. And now the cybersecurity expert said that MageCart scripts can be hidden even in CSS files. The term web skimmer refers to malicious JavaScripts that steal user bank …

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Zoom will warn users about possible troll attacks

Zoom will warn about troll

Since April this year, Zoom has been protecting all conferences with a mandatory six-digit numeric password, and the developers have introduced this protection measure because of the so-called Zoom-Bombing. Now, in addition, Zoom will warn users about possible troll attacks. The fact is that before the implementation of this protective …

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Twitter blocked DDoSecrets account

Twitter blocked DDoSecrets account

At the beginning of this week, a group of DDoSecrets activists (Distributed Denial of Secrets), describing itself as a “champion of transparency” published 269 GB of data publicly owned by law enforcement agencies and data centers in the United States. It has now become known that Twitter has blocked the …

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Ransomware attacked a major ASP.NET provider

Ransomware attacked ASP.NET provider

A major ASP.NET provider, SmarterASP.NET, which serves more than 440,000 customers, was attacked by a ransomware during this weekend. As a result, all data on the client servers was encrypted. Representatives of SmarterASP.NET claim that they are already working on recovering user data, but it is unclear whether the company …

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Magento may deprive support of more than 200 thousand sites

Magento will deprive support of 200 thousand sites

The first version of CMS Magento will expire in June 2020, but the vast majority of online storeowners have not yet switched to the current release of the platform. Thus, Magento may deprive support of more than 200 thousand sites. According to various sources, from almost 200 to 240 thousand …

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