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  1. Popular Websites' Password Policies Leave Consumers Exposed
  2. Fake eBay Customer List is Bitcoin Bait
  3. Antivirus software can't keep up with new malware, Lastline Labs analysis finds
  4. A RAT in Bird’s clothing
  5. Warning to Android users -- Outlook.com app stores emails unencrypted
  6. Microsoft plans to patch IE zero day -- eventually
  7. Study: 97% of companies using network defenses get hacked anyway
  8. First Aid for Android: How to unlock your ransomed phone
  9. The eBay breach: answers to the questions that will inevitably be asked
  10. Chrome 35 Fixes 23 Security Flaws
  11. How Spammers Spoof Your Email Address (And How To Protect Yourself)
  12. Malware-as-a-service picks Android apart
  13. New Internet Explorer zero-day details released after Microsoft fails to patch
  14. The 3 Legs of Security That Keep You Safe Online
  15. Public utility compromised after brute-force attack, DHS says
  16. Silverlight malvertising exploits on the rise
  17. AVG on Heartbleed: It's dangerous to go alone. Take this (an AVG tool)
  18. Whispers, secrets, and the return of anonymity on the web
  19. Move over Java. Drive-by attacks exploiting Microsoft Silverlight on the rise
  20. Symantec revamps small business security suite
  21. Experian Breach Tied to NY-NJ ID Theft Ring
  22. ‘Blackshades’ Trojan Users Had It Coming
  23. Biometrics pioneer now “wary” of monster he has created
  24. Cisco's Chambers tells Obama that surveillance impacts technology sales
  25. Microsoft Comes Out Top in EFF Privacy Report
  26. As one security hole closes, another one opens! 60 Sec Security. [VIDEO]
  27. Tech companies and privacy practices: Who has your back?
  28. Malicious advertising is growing threat, warns Senate report
  29. Microsoft openly offered cloud data to the NSA
  30. Mozilla slammed over Firefox DRM scheme
  31. Microsoft MVP says Tor can't foil NSA surveillance or cyber crooks
  32. Think cybercriminals are “evil geniuses”? Wrong – and these idiots show why
  33. 22-year-old "organized crime" cybercrook convicted under racketeering law...
  34. DogeVault says attackers gained access to virtual machines
  35. Google, Facebook combat tech support advertising scams
  36. Online advertising poses significant security, privacy risks to users...
  37. Convicted Facebook paedophile walks free
  38. This Apple ID Phish is Multilingual
  39. Virus Bulletin review: 2 eBooks offering security guidance
  40. At Globsec 2014, Cybersecurity takes its place on the international stage
  41. New documents reveal NSA attempts to hoard Outlook.com, Skype and SkyDrive data
  42. Microsoft's .NET Framework security updates further effort to phase out RC4 ...
  43. Malware authors target Android phones
  44. Bad news for Cryptocat as it debuts Encrypted Facebook Chat
  45. Malware Protection Centre - Miuref
  46. Paypal Phishing Flood
  47. When Security Services Go Bad
  48. Linux gets fix for code-execution flaw that was undetected since 2009
  49. Average enterprise generates 10,000 security events daily
  50. Windows XP PCs No Longer Receiving Updates
  51. Ransomware on Android: Keep calm but get protected
  52. May 2014 Internet Explorer Updates
  53. “Your Photos Are being Used” Phishing Lure
  54. Teen Arrested for 30+ Swattings, Bomb Threats
  55. PC Porn Ransomware Comes to Android
  56. Windows XP die-hards can slash attack risk by dumping IE
  57. Use location services more safely
  58. Significant portion of HTTPS Web connections made by forged certificates
  59. Hackers now crave patches, and Microsoft's giving them just what they want
  60. Is Apple finally getting real about security? 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  61. Microsoft Blames Java and Flash Player for Windows Attacks
  62. Symantec Says “Antivirus Software Is Dead”, But What Does That Mean For You?
  63. Tick, tock: Windows 8.1 users face patch ban as Microsoft sets next week's updates
  64. 'Unknown malware' hits enterprise nets 53 times a day
  65. Microsoft Products May Be Compromising Cutting Edge Research
  66. Rush to defend against Heartbleed leads to mistakes with certificates, patches
  67. Mystery surrounds Bitly’s urgent security warning following security breach
  68. Apple will notify customers when the law demands their personal data
  69. Twitter double-locks its password security with spammer-foiling defenses
  70. Four weeks on, huge swaths of the Internet remain vulnerable to Heartbleed
  71. Kaspersky Internet Security 2014 Crowned the Best Anti-Virus in the World ...
  72. Prenotification Security Advisory for Adobe Reader and Acrobat
  73. McAfee and Trend Micro Improve in Antivirus Test
  74. Advance Notification Service for the May 2014 Security Bulletin Release
  75. Email-borne exploits: the not-so innocuous killers targeting small business
  76. Apple Not Encrypting Mail on iOS 7 is Bad, But Not a Disaster
  77. Difficulty removing Koler Trojan or other ransomware on Android?
  78. Microsoft cybersecurity report: 70 percent decline in severe security vulnerabilities
  79. More PUPs Sighted, Using Instagram as Lure
  80. Antivirus is Dead: Long Live Antivirus!
  81. Antiphishing Feature Fails in Beta Chrome Browser, Security Company Says
  82. Malware Infections Tripled in Late 2013, Microsoft Finds
  83. Sneaky Windows Folder Poisoning Attack Steals Access Rights
  84. Microsoft Calls Out Malicious Downloaders
  85. Why Browser Extensions Can Be Dangerous and How to Protect Yourself
  86. CryptoLocker Ransomware Moves to Android
  87. Dropbox stumbles over security and privacy of secret links
  88. Rootkits
  89. 5 Bitcoin Projects That Could Make Payments Far More Anonymous
  90. Don’t forget flash: memory cards can be a data loss and infection vector
  91. Data breaches 9% more costly in 2013 than year before
  92. Warning over unintentional file leak from storage sites
  93. Mobile Threat Monday: '2048' Android Fans, Beware
  94. 11 reasons encryption is (almost) dead
  95. Symantec: Antivirus is 'DEAD' – no longer 'a moneymaker'
  96. Insider Threats Are Becoming The Real Problems
  97. Everything Can Be Hacked, It’s Just a Matter of Time Until Things Get More Serious
  98. Serious security flaw in OAuth, OpenID discovered
  99. Secure OS Tails Emerges From Beta
  100. Mobile security: iOS vs. Android vs. BlackBerry vs. Windows Phone
  101. White House Asks Congress to Pass New Privacy Laws
  102. No credit card required – Swedish shops let you pay in blood
  103. The Internet of Things could encroach on personal privacy
  104. Anti-piracy group warns about malware-riddled sites - fair, or scaremongering?
  105. US bank customers targeted with vishing messages
  106. Yahoo Drops Do Not Track, Use Other Privacy Tools Instead
  107. Australians' private government details at mercy of hackers, say IT security experts
  108. AVAST Releases Update to Protect Windows XP Users Against Zero-Day Flaw
  109. Microsoft’s decision to patch Windows XP is a mistake
  110. MDOP 2014 delivers improved BitLocker management with MBAM 2.5
  111. Fake and Bundled Malwarebytes Anti-Malware 2.0 Abound
  112. What Does Your Security Suite Know About You?
  113. Microsoft fixes big IE bug -- even on Windows XP
  114. Android malware worm catches unwary users
  115. Smart Home Kits Easily Hacked
  116. Heartbleed used to uncover data from cyber-criminals
  117. Hacks on widely used traffic control gear could cause gridlock and chaos
  118. Out-of-Band Release to Address Microsoft Security Advisory 2963983
  119. Microsoft Security Essentials goes bonkers just as support ends
  120. US court orders Microsoft to release data stored offshore
  121. It’s Insanely Easy to Hack Hospital Equipment
  122. Zero-day Flash bug under active attack in Windows threatens OS X, Linux too
  123. 'Triple handshake' bug another big problem for TLS/SSL
  124. AOL confirms security breach from spam attack
  125. Cyber-criminals interested in Microsoft Azure too
  126. How to beat hackers exploiting the latest IE zero-day bug
  127. Automating Malware Analysis with Cuckoo Sandbox
  128. Google Chrome protection for Heartbleed-hacked sites called “completely broken”
  129. White House to world: we don't hoard vulnerabilities
  130. Computer Security Will Never Be the Same
  131. A Week in Security (April 20 – 26)
  132. Adobe Update Nixes Flash Player Zero Day
  133. U.S. Homeland Security recommends not using IE until Microsoft releases patch
  134. How I used Heartbleed to steal a site’s private crypto key
  135. How Big Data fights back against APTs and malware
  136. Android apps found to be mining Bitcoins
  137. Hardly detected malware hides as PDF in ZIP, executes through shortcut
  138. Verizon Wireless sells out customers with creepy new tactic
  139. Microsoft releases Security Advisory 2963983
  140. WinPatrol v30.9.2014
  141. Mozilla to strengthen SSL certificate verification in Firefox
  142. Panda Malware Hits iOS Jailbroken Devices
  143. How to selectively delete browser history
  144. Netgear Patch Said to Leave Backdoor Problem in Router
  145. Inside the ‘DarkMarket’ Prototype, a Silk Road the FBI Can Never Seize
  146. Heartbleed Prompts Joint Vendor Effort to Boost OpenSSL, Security
  147. Attackers have Their Sights Set on the Cloud
  148. Windows XP is a much greater risk than Heartbleed
  149. Free Scanning Tool Promises To Find Heartbleed On Any Device
  150. Russian 'anti-terrorism' laws will ban Skype, Facebook, Gmail if companies ...
  151. Android Heartbleed Alert: 150 Million Apps Still Vulnerable
  152. Mystery attack drops avalanche of malicious messages on Twitter
  153. “The Smart Girl’s Guide To Privacy”— A Review
  154. Bots Attack US Mainly During Dinnertime
  155. iPhones and Macs get fix for extremely critical “triple handshake” crypto bug
  156. SMS spam rises in UK as 'accident compensation' scammers get busy
  157. China leads in DNS Attacks
  158. Lack of cyber risk insurance could lead to “global financial shock”
  159. Even the Most Secure Cloud Storage May Not Be So Secure, Study Finds
  160. P2P Zeus Performs Critical Update
  161. Major Security Flaws Threaten Satellite Communications
  162. Most But Not All Sites Have Fixed Heartbleed Flaw
  163. New Google technology can decipher CAPTCHA
  164. 10 years of Mac OS X malware
  165. Heartbleed Attack Targeted Enterprise VPN
  166. Facebook Webinject Leads to iBanking Mobile Bot
  167. 4 tips to protect your child’s internet safety
  168. Google Chromebook passwords could soon just be the wave of an Android
  169. Don't share your location with your friends on WhatsApp
  170. Heartbleed bust, Fingerprint fakery, WhatsApp privacy SNAFU - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  171. Hacking predictions gone wild from the ‘internet of things’
  172. Cybercriminals' Phishing Methods
  173. Heartbleed Bug Sends Bandwidth Costs Skyrocketing
  174. False Positives Sink Scores in Antivirus Test
  175. 3 Million Customer Credit, Debit Cards Stolen in Michaels, Aaron Brothers Breaches
  176. Smartphone Theft in the U.S. Nearly Doubled Last Year
  177. Heartbleed maliciously exploited to hack network with multifactor authentication
  178. Microsoft Security Essentials error stutters Windows XP systems
  179. Tips for creating a strong password
  180. WordPress plugin vulnerability puts mobile visitors at risk
  181. Phishers Bypass Steam Guard Protection
  182. AV-Comparatives Real-World Protection Test March 2014
  183. Samsung Galaxy S5 fingerprint reader hacked - it's the iPhone 5s all over again!
  184. The Woops of WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) raises its ugly head again
  185. Xbox One Secure Login Hacked By 5-Year-Old
  186. Heartbleed shrinks Tor by an eighth
  187. Critical Java Updates Released and Available for Download
  188. Privacy fears over FBI facial recognition database
  189. Vicious Heartbleed bug bites millions of Android phones, other devices
  190. Apple ID Phish Goes Horribly Wrong
  191. Heartbleed claims British mums and Canadian tax payers as victims
  192. TrueCrypt audit finds “no evidence of backdoors” or malicious code
  193. Server makers rushing out Heartbleed patches
  194. Fake Driver Downloads Offered to Windows XP Users
  195. In 2014, privacy is dead in an increasingly Orwellian world
  196. Google Chrome Bug Could Allow Websites To Snoop On Conversations
  197. Pro tip: Use Malwarebytes to check app privacy
  198. “I am responsible”: Heartbleed developer breaks silence
  199. Microsoft Services unaffected by OpenSSL "Heartbleed" vulnerability
  200. The Heartbleed Hit List: The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now
  201. Google Chrome now remembers the passwords your bank doesn’t want it to
  202. The state of remote access security
  203. How a website flaw turned 22,000 visitors into a botnet of DDoS zombies
  204. 6 ways the Internet of Things will transform enterprise security
  205. Scamming still works better than mobile malware
  206. Bits from Bill
  207. MSRT April 2014 – Ramdo
  208. Security baselines for Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2 and Internet Explorer 11
  209. 'Heartbleed' bug undoes Web encryption, reveals Yahoo passwords
  210. Adobe, Microsoft Push Critical Fixes
  211. Scam Virus Shield app top paid app in Play Store
  212. Dear readers, please change your Ars account passwords ASAP
  213. Hackers Lurking in Vents and Soda Machines
  214. 18 million email addresses and passwords stolen in Germany
  215. CryptoDefense: The story of insecure ransomware keys and self-serving bloggers
  216. XPocalypse Now: Security experts size up the cyberthreats
  217. Video Scam “girl KILLED herself after her DAD saw her doing THIS!”
  218. Public WiFi users regularly access sensitive info
  219. Left swipe! That hot Tinder babe is a malware-flinging ROBOT
  220. Hackers Gone Phishin' for EA Games Users' Apple IDs
  221. How much is a security bug report worth to Facebook? About $2,100
  222. Microsoft reveals final Windows XP and Office 2003 security patches
  223. Experian in hot seat after exposing millions of social security numbers [Updated]
  224. CryptoDefense developers "forget" decryption key on victims' computer
  225. Sality Malware Now Features DNS Changer
  226. Microsoft plugs Xbox One security hole discovered by five-year-old
  227. Microsoft to fix zero-day flaw that meant just previewing an Outlook email ....
  228. See global cyberthreats mapped in real time
  229. Banks are warned about ATM hacks
  230. One third of phishing attacks target financial institutions
  231. Adware: A new approach
  232. Advance Notification Service for the April 2014 Security Bulletin Release
  233. Windows 8.1 Update 1 is a Mandatory Update for Future Security Update Offerings
  234. Yahoo encrypts data centres and plans to add Messenger
  235. 24 million routers expose ISPs to DNS-based DDoS attacks
  236. Researchers disclose vulnerabilities in Oracle Java Cloud Service
  237. The Next Leap Forward in Cyber Defense: Taking Action to Help Defeat Adversaries
  238. Hacked passwords can enable remote unlocking, tracking of Tesla cars
  239. Good Porn, Better Malware?
  240. United States’ Malware Infection Rate More than Doubles in the First Half of 2013
  241. Twitter photo tagging: how and why to opt-out
  242. Don’t be an April Fool: avoid credit card scams
  243. Comparative analysis of browser security
  244. LinkedIn email addresses exposed by plug-in software
  245. Panic! No malware required!
  246. Why Privacy Is Actually Thriving Online
  247. How Fandango and Credit Karma exposed millions of smartphone users’ data
  248. Simple steps to prevent data theft
  249. How Dropbox Knows When You’re Sharing Copyrighted Stuff (Without Actually Looking ...
  250. Cyber Terrorists Hold SurveyGizmo to Ransom