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- Parents in the dark over kids’ online life. Latest survey reveals that parents in Australia have no clue as to what their children are getting up to online. According to our friends at Symantec, a third of the kids interviewed have either been victimized by bullying or cybercrime, yet they never tell their parents about it. (Source: The Daily Mail)
- New Heartbleed Attack Vectors Impact Enterprise Wireless, Android Devices. A Portuguese researcher debunked the theory that Heartbleed can only exploit devices over certain connections. He dubbed the attack “Cupid”, and it can affect enterprise wireless networks and other connected devices, such as Android smartphones. (Source: SecurityWeek)
- Soraya malware targets payment card data on POS devices and home computers. Move over, ZeuS, a new information stealer is in town. Unlike the famous malware family, Soyara is known to target point-of-sale (POS) devices, using a scraping technique that was first seen in the Dexter malware. (Source: SC Magazine)
Stay secure, everyone!