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This week too was quite an eventful one for the IT Security world, as the others in the past. It included a tale about how a $50,000 Twitter account was hacked, arrest of a CEO, Angry Birds, and ChewBacca – the new malware in town.
An interesting tale of how a man lost his $50,000 Twitter user name. Detailed story here.
Bitcoin Exchange CEO arrested for involvement in money laundering and running an unlicensed money transmitting business. Read the complete story.
Apparently, U.S. and U.K. intelligence agencies have been mining user information from popular game Angry Birds. In response, hackers defaced the game’s website. Complete story here
Yahoo resets user passwords following a nasty cyber attack on Yahoo mail; implements an extra verification step during sign in. More about this news here
Meet “ChewBacca” – the new darling of hackers. Despite being a less-sophisticated threat, it managed to steal payment card information from point-of-sale terminals of small retailers in 11 countries. Know about this malware here
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