A security researcher examining the website of North Korea’s official news service, the Korean Central News Agency, has discovered that the site delivers more than just the latest photo spread of Democratic Peoples’ Republic of Korea leader Kim Jong Un inspecting mushroom farms. There’s a little extra surprise hidden in the site’s code—malware. The news site appears to double as a way for North Korea to deliver a “watering hole” attack against individuals who want to keep tabs on the “activities” of the DPRK’s dear leader.
Even though I’m still or if the country, I still keep tabs on things.
And hurray for being one of the most word countries in the world but still think Internet Explorer is a must have for banking! Just goes to show that they really don’t understand security. This article is nothing new…
I was not aware that England was so repressive when it comes to adult-related material.
You would think that by clicking you would be on to carry on…. But you would be wrong.
Dafuq? Not only is T-Mobile trying to be my parents, now they want my credit card info? Fuck that!
I don’t need a net nanny and neither does anyone else. I really can’t stand companies that try to do what patents should have done in the first place, teach their kids properly and leave the responsibility where it should be….. With the parents.
For those that aren’t aware, you should look into. TOR in such cases for bypassing such bullshit. There is an android app ;)
Summary: Apple’s iMessage is believed to be among the most secure, surveillance-proof messaging tools. But hackers have exposed a flaw that allows malicious interception, impersonation, and the viewing of private messages.