Facebook exposed millions of user passwords to employees

Facebook has fixed a bug that caused that the passwords of many of its users were stored in plain text and were visible for the social network’s employees. “As part of a routine security review in January, we found that some user passwords were being stored in a readable format within our internal data storage systems,” Pedro Canahuati, Facebook’s Vice President for Engineering, Security, and Privacy, wrote in a statement on Thursday.

Open-sourcing Sandboxed API

Posted by Christian Blichmann & Robert Swiecki, ISE Sandboxing teamMany software projects process data which is externally generated, and thus potentially untrusted. For example, this could be the conversion of user-provided picture files into different formats, or even executing user-generated software code.

Time for VT Enterprise to step up

Late last year we announced the release of VT Enterprise for existing VT Intelligence subscribers. Since the launch, we have iterated on and improved upon VT Enterprise and it is time to begin a full deprecation of the old VT Intelligence interface. Today, we are announcing a 1 month deprecation timeline. Note that this does not affect APIv2, Graph or any other VirusTotal functionality. Similarly, this comes at no extra cost and existing users of VT Intelligence will be able to continue to use the solution within the new VT Enterprise interface.

RSAC 2019: Malicious Emailed URLs See Triple-Digit Increase

At least 463,546 malicious URLs contained in the 28.4 million analyzed emails made it through to corporate in-boxes in Q4 of 2018.SAN FRANCISCO: Business emails laced with malicious URLs in the message body have spiked by more than 125 percent in Q4 2018 in comparison with the quarter before.


Ghidra is a software reverse engineering (SRE) framework developed by NSA's Research Directorate for NSA's cybersecurity mission. It helps analyze malicious code and malware like viruses, and can give cybersecurity professionals a better understanding of potential vulnerabilities in their networks and systems.NSA will be making Ghidra available to the public as an open source release in time for its first public demonstration at the 2019 RSA Conference this March. For more NSA releases, check out CODE.NSA.GOV for open source, and NSA’s Technology Transfer Program for other technology.