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Webimprints is the leading company which provides global information security services to the client around the World.

JSHIELDER AUTOMATED HARDENING SCRIPT FOR LINUX SERVERS

JSHielder is an Open Source tool developed to help SysAdmin and developers secure their Linux Servers in which they will be deploying any web application or services. According to information security experts this tool automates the process of installing all the necessary … Continue reading

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VULNERABILITY IN OUTLOOK LET HACKERS TO STEAL PASSWORD HASHES

Most people rely on Outlook email address for work-related as well as personal tasks. Unfortunately, Outlook may not be as secure as we users would like to think. According to a report published by information security training experts at the Carnegie Mellon … Continue reading

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NJRAT UPGRADED TO PUSH LIME RANSOMWARE AND A BITCOIN WALLET STEALER

The njRAT, also famed as Bladabindi, has been upgraded to push Lime Ransomware and a Bitcoin wallet stealer. According to a Zscaler blog post, this trojan was first spotted in 2013 and has remained one of the most prevalent malware … Continue reading

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SEARS AND DELTA AIR LINES CUSTOMER DATA HAVE BEEN EXPOSED

Personal data and payment information of Sears and Delta Air Lines customers may have been exposed in a data breach last year. Sears and Delta said they were informed last month that some of their customers’ credit card information might … Continue reading

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ANDROID MALWARE IN QR READER APPS ON PLAY STORE

The information security researchers at SophosLabs have discovered a new Android malware in seemingly harmless QR reader apps on Google Play Store. The malware has been developed to flood Android devices with large screen ads to generate revenue for attackers. … Continue reading

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MONGODB HACKED IN 13 SECONDS

For the last couple of years, hackers have been exploiting unprotected MongoDB based servers to steal data and hold the exposed databases for ransom. Hackers leaked 36 million records of internal data collected from several vulnerable servers. The information security training researchers … Continue reading

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PUERTO RICO POWER UTILITY HACKED

Puerto Rico’s power utility, PREPA, said on Monday it has been hacked over the weekend, but customer information was not compromised. The computer infrastructure of PREPA, as the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority is known, suffered a cyber attack on … Continue reading

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