Security

Security is the degree of resistance to, or protection from, harm. It applies to any vulnerable and valuable asset, such as a person, dwelling, community, nation, or organization.

Dailymotion piraté

Bonjour Utilisateur,

Nous avons appris que suite à un problème de sécurité externe à Dailymotion, les mots de passe d’un certain nombre de comptes pourraient avoir été compromis. Le hack semble être limité et ne concernerait aucune donnée personnelle.

La sécurité de votre compte est extrêmement importante pour nous et nous prenons toutes les mesures nécessaires afin d’identifier les failles éventuelles et y rémedier. Parallèlement et par précaution, nous conseillons vivement à tous nos partenaires et utilisateurs de réinitialiser dès à présent leurs mots de passe. Lors de la saisie d’un nouveau mot de passe, nous recommandons d’utiliser au minimum huit caractères, d’éviter les mots de passe les plus évidents (ex: mot de passe1234) et de ne pas utiliser le même mot de passe sur plusieurs sites.

Pour réinitialiser votre mot de passe, procédez comme suit:

– Allez sur le site Dailymotion
– Connectez-vous à votre compte
– Utilisez le menu déroulant dans le coin supérieur droit pour accéder à vos paramètres
– Sélectionnez Paramètres du compte
– Entrez un nouveau mot de passe et enregistrez les modifications

Si vous utilisez le service Dailymotion dans vos apps ou services avec l’authentification oAuth2 grant_type=password (https://developer.dailymotion.com/api#oauth-client-native-application) vous devez changer le password dans votre app ou service.

Nous voudrions préciser que le meilleur moyen de s’authentifier est d’utiliser le refresh-token service (https://developer.dailymotion.com/api#using-refresh-tokens). Si vous utilisez cette méthode vous n’avez pas de mot de passe à changer dans vos apps et services.

Cordialement,

La team Dailymotion

Les chiffres :

  • 87 millions de comptes Dailymotion piratés
  • DailyMotion.com – 87,610,750 users (Source leakedsource)
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DomainTools compromised

DomainTools

Yesterday DomainTools experienced a high volume user email harvesting campaign which abused a flaw in our individual membership email update processes. To the best of our knowledge, no DomainTools customer login and password combinations were compromised by this scripting effort. However, the campaign appears to have correctly matched a few hundred current or historic DomainTools account email addresses.

We encourage DomainTools account holders to change their passwords as a precautionary security measure. From our investigation it appears the actor used email addresses from prior well-known breaches and ran those against our email update process. This campaign resulted in the DomainTools website confirming the existence of a limited number of user email addresses in our membership system. From there, the attacker could conceivably attempt login/password combinations sourced from those prior data dumps such as LinkedIn or Dropbox . These large scale data breaches can be researched at discovery sites such as Have I Been Pwned.

We want to apologize to our account holders for the inconvenience this may cause. The security of our users is paramount and despite what initially seems like very limited exposure we wanted to notify all our current and prior active users of this situation. DomainTools has patched the system in question and implemented additional monitoring for any account abuse stemming from yesterday’s activity.

Sincerely,

DomainTools

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Tor 5.0.4

What’s new inside Tor Version 5.0.4:

  • Update Firefox to 38.4.0esr
  • Update NoScript to 2.6.9.39
  • Update Torbutton to 1.9.3.5
  • Spoof Referer when leaving a .onion domain
  • about:tor should accommodate different fonts/font sizes
  • Don’t translate the homepage/spellchecker dictionary string
  • Don’t show text-select cursor on circuit display
  • Remove unused code
  • Translation updates
  • Remove the en-US dictionary from non en-US Tor Browser bundles
  • Remove dead ScrambleSuit bridge
  • Update meek-amazon fingerprint
  • Isolate favicon requests caused by the tab list dropdown
  • Don’t crash while opening a second Tor Browser
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Updated: Mittwoch, 17UTCWed, 17 Aug 2016 09:01:12 +0000 17. August 2016 — 9:01

Joomla Administrator

Joomla Administrator

 

As a website administrator you might be concerned about the visual appearance of a website but will pass responsibility for making changes and improvements to a web designer. Similarly, when changes to functionality are required you will contract a web developer to do the necessary work. As a website administrator you are responsible for the day-to-day operation and maintenance of the website. Activities might include ensuring that the site is properly backed up; managing user access; possibly installing extensions. You will also have responsibility for maintaining the security of the website.

 

 

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Bitrix Admin

Bitrix Admin

 

Bitrix Site Manager is the core on which you can build any complex web projects. With Bitrix Site Manager, you do not need any special programming or web design knowledge and skills. Bitrix Site Manager installs to the root directory of a remote server. An administrator can manage sites via the web interface. To function properly, the server configuration should meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Apache web server version 1.3 or higher;
  • PHP version 5.0.0 or higher;
  • MySQL version 4.1.11 or higher / Oracle 10g or MSSQL 2000 or higher;
  • 10 Mb of free disk space (for the Update System).

 

 

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