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Amazon Firesale Exploit

Amazon Firesale Exploit - Amazon was threatened to be sold out by bot networks without selling any item!!!


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TOR Network: Modified Binaries While Downloading

Tor is originally supposed to aid journalists and activists to gain more anonymity on the net. But beeing more anonymous does not imply more security using the Tor Network for downloading binary data(executables like EXE,etc.) if you are using no encryption and transfer validation (MD5 Checksum, PGP Signature, etc.). The possibility of altering downloaded binaries was demonstrated by Leviathansecurity :


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Heartbleed Vulnerability - OpenSSL TLS Heartbeat Bug

Not only Linux Users should feel concerned. Passwords of bank accounts, mail accounts and so on could have been compromised, if the server was using a vulnerable OpenSSL Version.


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