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  1. How to Use Parental Controls on Windows 7
  2. Vulnerability Summary for the Week of November 3, 2014
  3. Security software maker AVG reportedly entertaining acquisition-driven suitors
  4. Trojan.Poweliks: A threat inside the system registry
  5. My password is...no, sorry, it's completely slipped my mind - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  6. Insecam Displays Unsecured Webcams From Around The World
  7. How to Lock Down Your Internet-Enabled Houseful of Gadgets
  8. How to Reset the Windows Firewall Rules to Default
  9. Cyber-heists: Organised crime's credit card theft rampage
  10. UK Amazon Customers Targeted by Massive Malicious Email Campaign
  11. Exploit for Vulnerability in Belkin Router Integrated in Metasploit
  12. Backoff POS Threat Continues to Grow
  13. A creepy website is streaming from 73,000 cameras; some in the bedroom
  14. Google digs deep in the world of manual hijacking
  15. Microsoft releases free anti-malware for Azure VMs
  16. Apple blats WireLurker OS X, iOS malware – but fanbois aren't safe yet
  17. Survey Shows Many Home Networks Are Insecure
  18. Tech Support website infects your computer before you even dial in
  19. IoT Security Does Not Have to be an Oxymoron
  20. Still Spamming After All These Years
  21. How to clear out cookies, Flash cookies and local storage
  22. Advance Notification Service for the November 2014 Security Bulletin Release
  23. The proof is in the cookie
  24. New malware attacks both OS X and iPhones
  25. Australia, UK and US Are Most Affected by Dridex Banking Trojan
  26. Mac OS X ‘rootpipe’ security vulnerability discovered, but there’s no fix date yet
  27. Information Commissioner’s Office issues SQLi warning
  28. Mobile security breaches impacted 68% of organizations
  29. How to steal a million dollars (actually, $999,999.99) - no PIN required
  30. Malicious iFrame Injector Found in Adobe Flash File (.SWF)
  31. Windows 8 Botched Update Fixed by User, Microsoft Confirms It Works
  32. Secure Messaging Scorecard
  33. New Version of Backoff PoS Malware Appears: Fortinet
  34. Mobile Threat Monday: Fake AdBlock App Infiltrates Google Play
  35. Bitdefender Rating Slips in Independent Test
  36. GATSO! Speed camera phish leads to CryptoLocker ransomware clone...
  37. Vulnerability Summary for the Week of October 27, 2014
  38. A Week in Security (Oct 26 – Nov 01)
  39. Open source Knock Knock tool reveals OS X malware
  40. Introducing Blur: Protect your passwords, payments, and privacy
  41. Cyber crime tool automates monetization of stolen payment cards
  42. 18.5 Million Californians’ Personal Information Put at Risk
  43. Hacking Up History
  44. Targeting security weaknesses in the phone channel
  45. How to leak sensitive data from an isolated computer (air-gap) to a near by mobile...
  46. Over 227,000 New Malware Samples Emerged Daily in Q3 2014
  47. How Hackers bypassed Google’s Two-Factor Authentication
  48. How Brian Krebs Became the World’s Leading Cybercrime Investigative Journalist
  49. "Dear ATM, kindly dispense 30 banknotes as a test" - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  50. Changing the Way We Fight Malware
  51. Stealthy malware uses Gmail drafts to steal data
  52. Cops can make you unlock your smartphone with fingerprint, says judge
  53. Security Advisory 3010060 released
  54. Retailers accuse credit unions of talking smack about card breaches
  55. Facebook offers hidden service to Tor users
  56. PCI security council publishes security awareness guide
  57. Report: Many Windows automatic updates are thwarted by user inaction
  58. Upatre Malware Dropper Sent to Bitstamp Exchange Users
  59. Facebook and Yahoo team up to block account hijackings via recycled accounts
  60. Secret Manuals Show the Spyware Sold to Despots and Cops Worldwide
  61. Millions of websites hit by Drupal hack attack
  62. Microsoft releases anti-POODLE Fix It
  63. Samsung fixes bug that let hackers lock phones
  64. Major cyberattack will hit in next 11 years
  65. Google Glass Banned in Movie Theaters Over Piracy Concerns
  66. Third Party Program Updates For The Month Of October 2014
  67. FBI Disrupts Phone Fraud Indian Activity Causing over $5.8 / €4.557 Million in Losses
  68. 3 ways to make your Outlook.com account safer
  69. Retailer-Backed Apple Pay Rival CurrentC Has Been Hacked, Testers’ Email Addresses...
  70. Microsoft EMET 5.0 - Armor against zero-day bypassed again
  71. Zero-day in Samsung ‘Find My Mobile’ service allows attacker to remotely lock phone
  72. Internet Zombie Defense Training, or: How Not to Become a Bot
  73. Windows 10: Continuing to Raise the Security Bar for Cybercriminals
  74. NatWest Phish: “Last Notice Regarding your Account”
  76. TOR Exit Server Delivers Malicious Binaries
  77. Encountering the Wild PUP
  78. Massive malvertising campaign on Yahoo, AOL and other sites delivers ransomware
  79. Do we really need strong passwords?
  80. Four in 10 Americans face regular online fraud attacks: Microsoft survey
  81. Google blocks Bit.ly: Chrome and Firefox affected
  82. Malware Dropper Dofoil Is Most Prevalent in Malicious Emails of September
  83. All Those “Seals of Approval” on Websites Don’t Really Mean Anything
  84. POODLEs, Sandworms and getting safe online - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  85. Beware Ebola Spam Pushing Drugs, Information
  86. Adobe Digital Editions Now Encrypts Data Collected from Users
  87. Avast Antivirus Was Spying On You with Adware (Until This Week)
  88. Signed Malware = Expensive “Oops” for HP
  89. At FTC’s Request, Court Shuts Down New York-Based Tech Support Scam Business
  90. Windows Update drivers bricking USB serial chips beloved of hardware hackers
  91. Google offers USB security key to make bad passwords moot
  92. Online harassment affects 40% of US adults, report says
  93. Enterprise web application components raise security risks, finds Veracode
  94. Officials warn 500 million financial records hacked
  95. INTERPOL & Kaspersky Lab: 60% of Android attacks use financial malware
  96. Cyber-Attacks Represented in Threat Map
  97. New Windows zero day being exploited through PowerPoint
  98. Koler worm spreads via SMS, holds phones for ransom
  99. Targeted Attacks: Stealing Information Through Google Drive
  100. MasterCard to Come with Biometric Sensor
  101. Vulnerability in Microsoft OLE Could Allow Remote Code Execution
  102. Proof-of-concept worm can attack network attached storage
  103. Microsoft pulls SHA-2 update for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2
  104. Strengthening 2-Step Verification with Security Key
  105. Microsoft blocks 10 million spam messages per minute
  106. China is already spying on Apple iCloud users, watchdog claims
  107. How to Stop Apple From Snooping on Your OS X Yosemite Searches
  108. Keylogger in Phishing Email Also Takes Screenshots
  109. Researcher creates proof-of-concept worm for network-attached storage devices
  110. Android Malware Can Be Delivered Stealthily as an Image or a PDF File
  111. Secure Your Online Accounts By Removing Third-Party App Access
  112. Virgin Media Customers Targeted in Phishing Scam
  113. Facebook slurps 'paste sites' for STOLEN passwords, sprinkles on hash and salt
  114. Internet trolls will face up to two years in prison under new UK bill
  115. "Oops! I'm sorry about that" - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  116. Dropbox Users Are Served a Phishing Page Delivered over SSL
  117. Google Amps Up Fight Against Online Piracy
  118. Staying in control of your browser: New detection changes
  119. Infographic: a brief history of malware
  120. Vulnerable web cams, printers and cable modems have become DDoS launch platforms
  121. SSL 3 is dead, killed by the POODLE attack
  122. Mobile advertisers use malware tricks to get installs
  123. Dyre Trojan Takes Aim at Bitcoin Sites, Adobe Vulnerability Leveraged
  124. Facebook “Hacking” Websites Offer Service for “Free”
  125. Four more botched Microsoft patches: KB 3000061, KB 2984972, KB 2949927, KB 2995388
  126. Keep Poodle At Bay With Basic Internet Safety
  127. Why Using a Registry Cleaner Won’t Speed Up Your PC or Fix Crashes
  128. Security Advisory 3009008 released
  129. Cyber security coalition aims to change the game against malware
  130. Updated: Microsoft is issuing copyright takedowns on YouTube videos of its Windows 8
  131. October 2014 Office Update Release
  132. Microsoft accidentally has YouTube videos pulled with stolen product keys...
  133. Dropbox credentials leaked by third-party, change your password immediately [Update]
  134. POODLE attack shows that all SSLv3 connections are insecure
  135. Trust me, I’m a cloud vendor
  136. Hackers exploit two more Windows zero-day bugs
  137. Critical Patch Updates, Security Alerts and Third Party Bulletin
  138. Cisco advises users to lock down WebEx to prevent snooping
  139. Snapsaved Owners Admit To Hack, Claim Damage Much Smaller Than Reported
  140. Protecting Point-of-Sale Devices in the Face of Attacks
  141. Dozens of European ATMs rooted, allowing criminals to easily cash out
  142. A Week in Security (Oct 05 – 11)
  143. Crapware Finds a New Way to Trick Users to Install Browser Extensions
  144. Adobe spies on reading habits over unencrypted web because your 'privacy is important
  145. 5% of Android devices still have a vulnerable browser installed
  146. IBM says most security breaches are due to human error
  147. Mummy, my schoolbooks are spying on me! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  148. Microsoft Security Essentials may be throwing false positives for Trojan:DOS/Alureon.
  149. Week in security: Dubai Police use Google Glass facial recognition, Bugzilla...
  150. Backoff Malware Identified as Culprit in Dairy Queen Breach
  151. Spoofed Apps—a New iOS Concern?
  152. Massive Collection of Snapchats Leaked Online
  153. Kmart Investigating Payment System Breach
  154. Signed Malware = Expensive “Oops” for HP
  155. Selfmite.b SMS Worm Is More Aggressive, Sends 150,000 Messages in 10 Days
  156. Cyber Espionage Group Uses Bank Website to Redirect to Exploit Kit
  157. Microsoft researchers create a secure haven in the cloud
  158. Advance Notification Service for the October 2014 Security Bulletin Release
  159. Microsoft scores poorly in latest virus protection test for Windows 7
  160. Advertising beacons discovered in hundreds of NYC phone booths
  161. Your Email Password is a Target
  162. Mobile app privacy: study shows apps are unnecessarily intrusive
  163. Tim Berners-Lee Defends Not Embedding Security Into World Wide Web Platform
  164. Here, Vishy Vishy…
  165. Mobile App Developers: Compete on Privacy and Security, Too
  166. Stop.Think.Connect. Student Resources
  167. Bugzilla disaster averted - patches released for major flaw in open source platform
  168. Manipulating ATM Machines with Malware
  169. National Cyber Security Awareness Month 2014
  170. Serious Vulnerability in Bugzilla Allows Viewing Private Bug Details
  171. Hacker installs Windows 95 and Doom on a Samsung Gear Live smartwatch
  172. Yahoo, Lycos and Winzip hacked through Shellshock vulnerability
  173. Security researchers release 'unpatchable' tools that make USB drives malicious
  174. Reddit-powered botnet infected thousands of Macs worldwide
  175. You can send this SSD a text message to make it self-destruct
  176. Alabama Sheriff says ComputerCOP keylogger could have stopped Columbine
  177. It's only logical - the BIGGER the bank, the BIGGER the breach! 60 Sec Security
  178. Windows Defender Overview
  179. Malware and PUP Disguised as Twitch Bombing Tools
  180. Netis Router Backdoor “Patched” But Not Really
  181. Oct2 Shellshock Vulnerabilities Proliferate, Affect More Protocols
  182. How to keep your child safe on YouTube
  183. Don’t Fall for This iOS 8.0.2 Jailbreak Scam
  184. Support Scammers: Hoping to Reign in Spain?
  185. USB has a huge security problem that could take years to fix
  186. Vuln Hunt: Find the Security Vulnerability Challenge #1
  187. Researchers bypass Redmond's EMET, again
  188. Get Rich Quick or Reboot Trying: The State of CyberCrime in 2014
  189. Promoting Online Safety with the Stop.Think.Connect. Campaign
  190. Internet Explorer Trust Indicators
  191. Second cyberattack hits SuperValu grocery stores' payment systems
  192. Advertising firms struggle to kill malvertisements
  193. Apple patches OS X against Shellshock
  194. Variant of Upatre Malware Dropper Seen in Bank Emails
  195. How to use the Google Software Removal tool in Windows
  196. Shellshock vulnerability tester
  197. Improved patch tackles new Shellshock Bash bug attack vectors
  198. MS-DEFCON 3: Continued problems with KB 2918614 for Windows 8.1 users
  199. Ruskies use commercial crimeware to mask 'patriotic' Ukraine hacks
  200. Shellshock Exploit Attempts Continue in China
  201. Trust in the cloud is at an all-time low
  202. Vawtrak Malware Proves That Some Things Never Die
  203. Malvertising on The Pirate Bay
  204. Child abuser sues Facebook and page admin over allegedly posting his address
  205. Can’t upgrade to iOS 8? Beware bugs in the system
  206. Are you tired of weak or fake zero-day exploits? 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  207. DDoS Toolkit “Spike” Targets Internet of Things Devices
  208. Advanced Persistent Threats Can Be Prevented with the Right Tools
  209. BYOD firms remotely wipe 130,000 mobile devices every year, finds Fiberlink
  210. This is Firefox’s new Privacy Button
  211. Week in security: Bash Bug, BlackEnergy and hoax attacks
  212. New ad-free social network Ello is pro-privacy, but with caveats
  213. Are malware authors targeting people via marketing services?
  214. New “Shellshock” patch rushed out to resolve gaps in first fix
  215. FBI boss slams Apple: iPhone, iPad encryption puts people 'above the law'
  216. What to do about Shellshock Bash bug on Mac OS X, web servers, routers, and more
  217. Bad boy builds beastly Bash bug botnet, brutally batters boxes
  218. Shellshock: 'Deadly serious' new vulnerability found
  219. Kevin Mitnick, Once the World’s Most Wanted Hacker, Is Now Selling Zero-Day Exploits
  220. Bug in Bash shell creates big security hole on anything with *nix in it
  221. Microsoft launches bug bounty program for Online Services
  222. Apple yanks iOS 8 update after series of snafus
  223. Who’s Behind the Bogus $49.95 Charges?
  224. Malware can still bypass Google Chrome’s extension installation protection
  225. Are You a Home Depot Victim?
  226. Viator(dot)com Data Compromise: Are You Affected?
  227. Digital Currency Tech Chief Pleads Guilty in Fraud
  228. ‘Flash EK’ skips landing page, goes Flash all the way
  229. Google stops malicious advertising campaign that could have reached millions
  230. Your location info is too revealing: data boffins
  231. Kaspersky Lab’s Technologies to Protect the New Generation of ZyXEL’s UTM Firewalls
  232. China Blocks Privacy-Loving Search Engine DuckDuckGo
  233. Meet the Master Boot Record
  234. Home Depot ignored security warnings for years, employees say
  235. Apple to authorities: No iPhone user data, even with a warrant
  236. 10 security holes that cybercrooks dream about - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  237. Where your personal data goes when you're not looking
  238. Report: Facebook Messenger app is loaded with spyware
  239. New Research Refines Security Vulnerability Metrics
  240. 8 Security Tips for a Safe iOS 8 Upgrade
  241. Avira Vulnerability Puts Users' Online Backup Data At Risk
  242. Spying and storing: Assange says 'Google works like NSA'
  243. TrueCrypt may live on after all as CipherShed
  244. Someone else has been using my computer so I should let the man on the phone...
  245. Credit card data theft hit at least three retailers, lasted 18 months
  246. Large malvertising campaign under way involving DoubleClick and Zedo
  247. Addressing Mobile Device Management Security Concerns
  248. Malicious activity observed in new Top-level domains
  249. Fear not: Kindle flaw that opened your Amazon account to attackers appears fixed
  250. 'Tiny banker' malware targets US financial institutions