We have decided to accept Bitcoin and Dogecoin as payment for our Web security services and there are reasons why we accept both coins, but before I explain why… Read more →
We previously wrote that the Mt. Gox hacked database had some credibility to it, since some of the information was verified. We also noted that we tested it on our system dedicated to malware and had yet to examine the programs for malware. Thanks to @banterash, we were informed that malware code is allegedly in the programs and is stealing… Read more →
Update: This update is to reflect that if they do have Bitcoins, that it may not be enough for everyone. Update 2: This is to reflect arguments across the web of how they got the bitcoins and if any are missing. Update 3: Mt. Gox amount of bitcoin that they allegedly have will most likely be incorrect, since Mt…. Read more →
Twitter accounts get hacked every single day, but they don’t usually have over 50 million followers, so when tweets started popping up that Justin Bieber was hacked, well, we had to investigate. While the hacked tweets from his account were removed in a matter of minutes a fan was nice enough to share a screenshot of the tweets that were… Read more →
WordPress powers over 75 million websites, which is over 22 percent of the web, so you would believe it’s secure. Unfortunately it isn’t nearly as secure as it should be. It doesn’t matter if you’re running the latest WordPress version, which at the time of this article is WordPress 3.8.1, the core WordPress functions still have security holes. To be… Read more →
Last week we had the honor to speak to some aides for a congressman in the house oversight committee about healthcare.gov and how insecure it is on behalf of Planet Zuda. You can read the article we wrote about healthcare.gov before we contacted the congressman about the issue. It was an honor to help them and we hope that Planet… Read more →
Okay, I can’t believe this happened, but the United States Of America put a portion of the healthcare.gov code under the GPL. In layman terms this means that anyone can modify it, redistribute it, do whatever they want. Someone could legally create a site using a large part of the code used for healthcare.gov, also known as ObamaCare. The administration… Read more →
Snapchat hacked, 4.6 million users phone numbers, usernames, and location exposed due to insecure snap chat api and Gibson security.
First off, I apologize for not posting for nearly a month. I am very busy working on something so huge that I’ve had very little time to post security articles. You may be wondering what is cooking in the code lab and while I’d love to tell you, I should wait until IT’S ALIVE!!, I mean complete. If you want… Read more →
Google dorks are under attack by Google, since they expose sensitive information. Google has been removing Google dork search results without anyone noticing.
I was inspired to write an article on Black Friday web security deals after reading a WordPress Black Friday article written by Syed Balkhi on wpbeginner. We are not endorsing any of the companies on this list or saying that their security products are any good or that we have tested them. We are merely compiling a list for anyone… Read more →