Retefe Banking Trojan Targets UK Banking...

Hi guys, As previously reported by  Paloalto Research ‘Retefe banking Trojan’ has been around for some time, targeting Sweden, Switzerland and Japan. Recently Retefe had been targeting customers in UK banks. It uses fake certificates to trick customers into revealing their login credentials. At first, the victim receives a document with an embedded malicious JavaScript file per email. The document contains a very small image with a note asking the user to double click on it to view it better. After double clicking, the malicious embedded JavaScript is executed. The...

Several Bugs Found in Uber App...

Hello everybody, The security firm called Integrity discovered 14 bugs in the Uber app recently. But they have only published details about six and are waiting on Uber to patch four more. One of the main issues they discovered had the potential to launch brute-force attacks against Uber’s promo code feature in the riders.uber.com panel for Uber drivers. By trying out countless random combinations, over 1,000 active promo codes have been found by researchers. In addition, $100 ERH (Emergency Ride Home) code that would have added $100 to each driver’s fair...

How Facebook “Store Visits” Work...

Hi guys, Facebook is now allowing advertisers to know when you visit their stores—stores in the real world. This is made possible by tracking your Smart phone’s location with GPS and nearby Wi-Fi signals. Then combining this data with the ads you see, Facebook is able to tell how many people who see their ads subsequently visit their stores. Facebook mentioned when announcing the “store visits” service: “Historically, it has been difficult to quickly and effectively measure the impact of advertising on store visits and in-store sales. With the launch of store...