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Unpatched Microsoft Word Flaw is Being Used to Spread Dridex Banking Trojan   

If you are a regular reader of The Hacker News, you might be aware of an ongoing cyber attack detected in the wild by McAfee and FireEye that silently installs malware on fully-patched computers by exploiting an unpatched Microsoft Word vulnerability in all current versions of Microsoft Office.

Now, according to security firm Proofpoint, the operators of the Dridex malware started exploiting the unpatched Microsoft Word vulnerability to spread a version of their infamous Dridex banking trojan.

Dridex is currently one of the most dangerous banking trojans on the Internet that exhibits the typical behavior of monitoring a victim's traffic to bank sites by infiltrating PCs and stealing victim's online banking credentials and financial data.

The Dridex actors usually relied on macro-laden Word files to distribute the malware through spam messages or emails.

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Published on April 12, 2017 by Paul Illingworth
Microsoft Issues Patches for Actively Exploited Critical Vulnerabilities   

Besides a previously undisclosed code-execution flaw in Microsoft Word, the tech giant patches two more zero-day vulnerabilities that attackers had been exploiting in the wild for months, as part of this month's Patch Tuesday.
In total, Microsoft patches 45 unique vulnerabilities in its nine products, including three previously undisclosed vulnerabilities under active attack.
The first vulnerability (CVE-2017-0199) under attack is a remote-code execution flaw that could allow an attacker to remotely take over a fully patched and up to date computer when the victim opens a Word document containing a booby-trapped OLE2link object.

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Published on April 12, 2017 by Paul Illingworth
How to Run a Security Checkup on Your Google Account   

Concerned about the wrong person snagging unauthorized access to your Google account? You can run a security check on your account to make sure it's as safe and secure as possible.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2nXVrqN

Published on April 9, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
Microsoft reveals what data Windows 10 collects from you   

In an effort to be more transparent, Microsoft revealed more about what data Windows 10 Creators Update will collect from users' PCs and clarified what the privacy settings mean.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2nXz7xs

Published on April 9, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
ubuntushop now provides tails live session option by default   

Belgium-based Linux laptop vendor, UbuntuShop.be now provides the option to boot into Tails live session by default.

Tails got famous when privacy activist Edward Snowden mentioned it. It is not your regular Linux distribution. You can only use it as a live session, mostly via a USB stick. Your entire session is erased once you log out of the system.

While using such a system can be a pain, but it could be good to have as an option when you want to be discreet. And this is what UbuntuShop is providing.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2nTQGPV

Published on April 4, 2017 by Paul Illingworth
learn Linux online.   

This is a list of free Linux training courses. Some of these are just basic to introduce you to Linux while some can help you build a career with Linux.

These courses are available worldwide without any charges. All you need is a decent internet connection and the determination to learn Linux.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2nksRyS

Published on March 30, 2017 by Paul Illingworth
Manjaro: User-Friendly Arch Linux for Everyone   

Arch Linux has never been known as a user-friendly Linux distribution. In fact, the whole premise of Arch requires the end user make a certain amount of effort in understanding how the system works. Arch even goes so far as to use a package manager (aptly named, Pacman) designed specifically for the platform. That means all that apt-get and dnf knowledge you have doesn't necessarily roll over.

But what about those who want the benefits of Arch Linux, but don't want to have to go through the unwieldy installation? For that, you turn to a distribution like Manjaro. This take on Arch Linux makes the platform as easy to install as any operating system and equally as user-friendly to work with. Manjaro is suited for every level of user from beginner to expert.

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Published on March 27, 2017 by Paul Illingworth
The best Linux distro for developers?   

Can there be a best Linux distro for web developers? Or, more generically, let's say can there be a best Linux distro for developers?
A lot of things like the programming language, tools used, support, availability of packages and speed of their update in the repositories and a host of non-functional requirements like the desktop environment, stability come into play to determine the best Linux distro for coding.

A programmer comes into contact with the OS particularly to a higher degree than anybody else. For a programmer, an operating system must turn him/her on. And by 'turn on' I mean create a burning passion to code and make the world a better place.

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Published on March 27, 2017 by Paul Illingworth
Which is the best browser? Chrome vs Firefox vs Internet Explorer   

We put the web's three best browsers head to head. So which one comes out on top?

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2npkF3r

Published on March 26, 2017 by Bob Uhlman
Microsoft completes modified version of Windows 10 for Chinese government   

Microsoft could be on the verge of making greater headway in China after completing a modified version of Windows 10 for the Chinese government. The operating system has been banned for governmental use for some time despite the fact it is already available to consumers in the country.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/2nKEuDU

Published on March 22, 2017 by James Calkins
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