Vulnerability Allows Attacker to Delete Credit Cards from Any Twitter Account

Twitter launches its bug bounty program, report a vulnerability and earn money

An Egyptian security researcher Ahmed Mohamed Hassan Aboul-Ela has found a critical vulnerability in Twitter that allows hacker to delete credit card details from any account. The vulnerability has been actually found in Twitter’s advertising service (ads.twitter.com) which can be used to delete credit card from any Twitter handle. Ahmed Mohamed Hassan Aboul-Ela, who is [...]

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Twitter launches bug bounty program.

Twitter launches its bug bounty program, report a vulnerability and earn money

Twitter has announced its new bug bounty program and If you are a security researcher you may get paid for finding security vulnerabilities in Twitter’s website and mobile apps.  Twitter has selected a third party platform HackerOne in order to report security flaws and existing vulnerabilities. A security researcher will be paid minimum $140 for reporting vulnerabilities, according [...]

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Google Image Search Hacked? Search results filled with Russian car crash images

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Users witness looking at pictures of Russian car crash regardless of what they searched on Google Images. If someone searched for ‘cat’ the search result came up with a multiple images of the car crash- speculations were that Google Image search result service was hacked. The finding was originally reported by Time Magazine, while searching for an image of [...]

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Researchers show how to hack Gmail with 92% success rate

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Security researchers from University of Michigan and the University of California Riverside Bourns College of Engineering have found out a security flaw in Android, Windows, and iOS platforms allowing malicious apps to steal personal information from a smartphone. At the moment the flaw has only been tested on Android phones, but the team is sure that the [...]

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Hackers Sending Fake Ebola Virus reports in emails with Malware and Phishing Links

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A new malicious campaign has been identified by security researchers spreading fake news about the Ebola virus, in order to redirect users to phishing websites and delivering Malware. Symantec has reported three Malware operations and a phishing campaign using the Ebola virus as a social engineering theme. 1. The first phishing campaign shows that cybercriminals are [...]

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