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Barracuda Networks Vulnerable to File upload and 3 DOM based XSS Vulnerabilities

@SuperSl1nk has announced yesterday via Twitter that he has found a couple vulnerabliities in Barracuda’s official site. He announced this new via a Tweet, which you can view below: https://twitter.com/SuperSl1nk/status/295103333939695616 In the tweet he included a Pastebin link with urls to the vulnerabilities and an image.   Here is …

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Kaspersky Labs – Multiple Vulnerabilities Discovered by @SuperSl1nk

@SuperSl1nk announced via Twitter that he had found multiple vulnerabilities in Kaspersky’s official site (my.kaspersky.com).  The vulnerability he shared on Twitter was a DOM based XSS on the support page of Kaspersky’s site. You can view his tweet here: https://twitter.com/SuperSl1nk/status/286399899640152064 Some other proof and info on the servers: 62.213.110.57 hips.kaspersky-labs.com ESMTP Sendmail 8.14.4/8.14.4 62.213.110.44 sget3.kaspersky-labs.com …

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SCADA systems of 6 countries breached by Sl1nk

@SuperSl1nk is on a rampage this weekend, breaching large company servers and leaking data for #NinjaSec. Today, Sl1nk announced via Twitter that he has hacked a total of 9 countries SCADA systems.  The 6 countries includes France, Norway, Russia, Spain, Sweden and the United States. https://twitter.com/SuperSl1nk/status/280421362168909825 https://twitter.com/SuperSl1nk/status/280382059510366208 https://twitter.com/SuperSl1nk/status/280402213602476032 …

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Various Telecommunication companies breached by #NinjaSec

Many companies where breached today by @SuperSl1nk for the group #NinjaSec.  The companies include, CenturyLink Inc, multinational telecommunications and Internet service provider company, Telecom Argentina S.A, British Telecommunications and the Tunisian Internet Agency Sl1nk provided lots of proof of the breaches with images and Pastebin dumps. Prior to the hacks, sl1nk tweeted to @KevinMitnick, stating …

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