Booby-trapped Word documents in the wild exploit critical Microsoft 0day

Booby-trapped Word documents in the wild exploit critical Microsoft 0day

The attack starts with an e-mail that attaches a malicious Word document, according to a blog post published Saturday by researchers from security firm FireEye. Once opened, exploit code concealed inside the document connects to an attacker-controlled server. It downloads a malicious HTML application file that’s disguised to look like a document created in...Read more
GameStop Acknowledges Possible Breach Of Customers’ Credit Card Information

GameStop Acknowledges Possible Breach Of Customers’ Credit Card Information

If you’ve shopped at GameStop.com between mid-September and early February, it’s possible your credit card information has been compromised according to a report by the web security blog, KrebsOnSecurity. After reaching out to the video game retailer about the breach, GameStop confirmed to KrebsOnSecurity that it had been notified by a third...Read more