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  1. New malvertising campaign hit visitors of several high-profile sites
  2. 97,000 Bugzilla email addresses and passwords exposed in another Mozilla leak
  3. Facebook wants you to know that Messenger is not spying on you
  4. What Happens When a Tech Support Scammer Cold Calls Emsisoft?
  5. Your email belongs to you, not us
  6. Do you know your kids’ passwords?
  7. Cybercriminals Attempt to Revive Srizbi Spam Botnet
  8. Heartbleed is the gift that keeps on giving as servers remain unpatched
  9. Has the flawed password system finally had its day?
  10. Online dating scammer targeted elderly victims out of $1.1million
  11. What went wrong with Microsoft's August updates?
  12. Leaked Windows 9 Preview Lure Leads to Adware and Phishing
  13. Crypto-Malware Steals Email Addresses and Passwords, Spreads Itself
  14. Surveillance fears over systems which ‘follow’ cellphone users
  15. How Microsoft is shaping the future of cybersecurity
  16. New malvertising campaign hit visitors of several high-profile sites
  17. Security Bulletin MS14-045 rereleased
  18. Sub-domain on SourceForge redirects to Flash Pack Exploit Kit
  19. Side-Channel Android Weakness Likely on Other Platforms
  20. Tech Support scammers rip big brand security software with fake warnings
  21. Phishers Hook Facebook Users via SMS
  22. Online fraud – POS malware has now hit 1,000 U.S. firms
  23. Secret app hacked to reveal anonymous user identities
  24. NSA built “Google-like” interface to scan 850+ billion metadata records
  25. GlassWire helps you monitor your computer’s Internet activity
  26. Vulnerability Summary
  27. Create stronger passwords and protect them
  28. Point-of-sale malware has now infected over 1,000 companies in US
  29. InfoSec Insanity: Sharing the crazy for the betterment of online security
  30. FlashPack Exploit Kit Shared Through Social Media Buttons Add-On
  31. Charter Communications internet outage Credit: DownDetector
  32. Is massive DNS hack responsible for Charter Internet outage?
  33. Stiffed by Synolocker ransomware crims? Try F-Secure's python tool
  34. Secret Service: Over 1,000 Business Infected With "Backoff" Point-of-sale Malware
  35. Researchers find it’s terrifyingly easy to hack traffic lights
  36. US universities at greater risk for security breaches than retail and healthcare
  37. Security spending gets boost from mobile, social and cloud, says Gartner
  38. "You're under arrest for possession of an insecure phone" - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  39. Sneak attack through smartphone shared memory
  40. Facebook scams – the ‘classics’ and how to avoid them
  41. Stealing encryption keys through the power of touch
  42. Can Your Home be Hacked? Possibly.
  43. Nuclear attack, scareware back and traffic-light hack
  44. Mobile apps could be abused to make expensive phone calls
  45. 7 Scary Things Employees Can Do With Their Mobile Devices
  46. 68 percent of top free Android apps vulnerable to cyberattack, researchers claim
  47. The Price of FREE!
  48. Facebook given 4 weeks to respond to "largest privacy class action in Europe"
  49. How to protect your identity at school
  50. Bitcoin-themed phishing campaign creates quite a stir
  51. Why do I have to update my email account information?
  52. What will cybersecurity look like in 2025?
  53. Malicious app can get past Android WITHOUT PERMISSIONS
  54. What happened to the Flashback Trojan? Turns out US universities are still riddled ..
  55. Aug21 Vulnerability in In-App Payment SDKs May Lead to Phishing
  56. Data vs. Metadata
  57. Cyber Attacks From Las Vegas Spiked During Black Hat, Defcon: Imperva
  58. Many Chrome browser extensions do sneaky things
  59. Microsoft Goes From Cellar to Stellar in New Antivirus Test
  60. Block Flash contents from playing automatically in Firefox
  61. The fall of rogue antivirus software brings new methods to light
  62. Fake Evernote extension injects ads into webpages
  63. UPS Store hit with malware attack in 51 franchised locations
  64. Over 75000 jailbroken iOS devices fall prey to AdThief malware
  65. Banking security – new apps ‘know’ your touch
  66. Microsoft Releases Out-of-Band Firmware Update for Surface Pro 3
  67. Blackphone, privacy centric device
  68. Symantec to slim Norton line to single security suite
  69. August 2014 Security Bulletin Webcast and Q&A
  70. CloudBot: A Free, Malwareless Alternative To Traditional Botnets
  71. Six ways to secure your vulnerable network router
  72. Hackers steal data on 4.5 million US hospital patients
  73. Privacy: Workers “would pay” to stop snoopers
  74. Pro-Syrian Malware Increasing in Number, Complexity
  75. Ancient Stuxnet Flaw Still Being Used to Attack Millions of Windows XP PCs
  76. Microsoft Postpones IE's Java Blocking After IT Complains
  77. Average Peak Size of DDoS Attacks Spiked in Q2: VeriSign
  78. Tasty Spam: iMessage Spam Pushing Fake Designer Sites
  79. Microsoft urges customers to uninstall 'Blue Screen of Death' update
  80. Bypassing Security Defenses: DEF CON
  81. 5 ways to avoid credit card fraud
  82. More Dot-Gov Sites Found Compromised
  83. Vast majority of hackers believe they're above the law -- survey
  84. Why spammers persist despite filters and well-informed users
  85. Microsoft Pulls KB2982791 After 4 Days of Blue Screens
  86. Wearing Your Tech on Your Sleeve
  87. What is a trusted device?
  88. 7 Places to Check for Signs of a Targeted Attack in Your Network
  89. Google adds deceptive software warnings to Safe Browsing service
  90. Users told to patch critical flaw in Adobe Reader and Acrobat
  91. Two Microsoft kernel-mode driver updates are triggering BSOD error message...
  92. Easy Pickings at DEF CON Router Hacking Contest
  93. Phone scams: card fraud with that steak, Sir?
  94. The top 5 privacy failures - what's the most epic fail of all? [POLL]
  95. Gameover Zeus Botnet Rebuilds
  96. Beware of Risky Ads on Tumblr
  97. Can Your Security Software Block Exploit Attacks?
  98. Panda Security, the antivirus with greater detection capabilities than Kaspersky ...
  99. Google tightens Gmail spam filtering
  100. How to securely overwrite deleted files with a built-in Windows tool
  101. Firm Sues Bank Over $327K Cyberheist
  102. A portable router that conceals your Internet traffic
  103. FireEye and Fox-IT tool can help recover Crilock-encrypted files
  104. Adobe, Microsoft Push Critical Security Fixes
  105. Stay up-to-date for more secure web browsing
  106. iPhones are immune to FinSpy infections
  107. Windows 8.1 'August Update' now available for download
  108. Home routers supplied by ISPs can be compromised en masse
  109. ATM Skimming: A Refresher
  110. Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool August - Lecpetex
  111. August 2014 Security Updates
  112. Android "Heart App" virus spreads quickly, author arrested within 17 hours
  113. Microsoft Security Intelligence Report
  114. Millions of PCs Affected by Mysterious Computrace Backdoor
  115. Microsoft Renames Patch Tuesday As It Switches to Monthly Windows Updates
  116. Most people think public Wi-Fi is safe. Seriously?
  117. Microsoft scans email for child porn images, leads to arrest‏
  118. Blackphone rooted at BlackHat
  119. Hacker coalition sets out to improve critical device security, challenges car makers
  120. What happens in Vegas: Black Hat and Def Con in pictures
  121. OpenSSL, critical encryption component, gets nine software fixes
  122. AVG teams with Opera for browser-security bundle
  123. Obfuscated malicious office documents adopted by cybercriminals around the world
  124. US Homeland Security data possibly stolen in cyberattack
  125. In major shift, Google boosts search rankings of HTTPS-protected sites
  126. What are Online Problematic Situations:
  127. John McAfee in surprise rant over Google and privacy
  128. Hacking is simple, says author claiming role in breach of spyware firm
  129. Emerging networking technology used by Apple, Cisco will frustrate firewalls
  130. Week in security: FBI malware, billion password leak – Chinese hotel goes mad
  131. Malware Analysis of the Lurk Downloader
  132. Sysinternals new Sysmon tool looks for intruder traces
  133. Yahoo and Google join forces to create a secure e-mail system
  134. How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor’s Wi-Fi
  135. Sending Mixed Messages With Passwords
  136. Microsoft to drop support for older versions of Internet Explorer
  137. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for August 2014
  138. Russian Hackers Amass Over a Billion Internet Passwords
  139. Smart Building Technologies Could Expose Companies To A New Breed Of Cyber Attack
  140. Cryptolocker victims to get files back for free
  141. Security expert calls home routers a clear and present danger
  142. Researcher says PayPal's two-factor authentication is easily beaten
  143. Internet Explorer begins blocking out-of-date ActiveX controls
  144. Hacker says to show passenger jets at risk of cyber attack
  145. Multifunction printer p0wnage just getting worse, researcher finds
  146. August updates for Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2
  147. Windows Registry-infecting malware has no files, survives reboots
  148. Email Hijack Leads to “I was robbed, send me money” Scam
  149. Aug5 Vulnerability in Spotify Android App May Lead to Phishing
  150. Adware: A new approach
  151. Hacker group targets video game companies to steal source code
  152. Stealthy, tricky 'Poweliks' malware hides in your system registry - but not your hard
  153. Yes, Hackers Could Build an iPhone Botnet—Thanks to Windows
  154. How to protect yourself and tighten security
  155. DarkMatter: Curing the internet of digital threats
  156. Is your Dropcam live feed being watched by someone else?
  157. Why your washing machine is a security risk
  158. Flaw In Instagram Leaves iPhones Vunerable
  159. Are You Using The Most Secure Web Browser?
  160. Thousands of Mozilla developers’ e-mail addresses, password hashes exposed
  161. Security must come first! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  162. Windows 8.1 Update 2 Confirmed for August, Will Be Just Like Any Other Update
  163. How anyone can hack your Instagram account
  164. Zero-day flaws found in Symantec's Endpoint Protection
  165. BadUSB: Big, bad USB security problems ahead
  166. Attackers use domino effect to compromise your accounts
  167. Fake Java Warnings
  168. General Availability for Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit (EMET) 5.0
  169. Fake Private Videos Offer Surveys, EXEs and .XPI Installs
  170. Microsoft has lost a battle for data privacy with US courts...
  171. Inside Citizen Lab, the “Hacker Hothouse” protecting you from Big Brother
  172. Virtual servers still face real security threats
  173. Android crypto blunder exposes users to highly privileged malware
  174. Antivirus products riddled with security flaws, researcher says
  175. BitTorrent launches decentralised crypto-fied chat app
  176. One Year Later: Lookout's War on Android Adware
  177. DDD Melbourne, hackers and gentlemen's parts
  178. Multipath TCP Introduces Security Blind Spot
  179. 17 software packages in a repair performance test after malware attacks
  180. Internet of things big security worry, says HP
  181. Don't Let Stalkers, Abusers and Creeps Track Your Phone's Location
  182. Antivirus Software for the Morning After
  183. BlackBerry adds more security for the sensitive enterprise
  184. Firefox slams Chrome again in our trustworthy browser poll
  185. Jul28 Cybercrime Exposed Part 1: The Security Risks of Phishing
  186. Using Instagram on public Wi-Fi poses risk of an account hijack, researcher says
  187. Hackers seed Amazon cloud with potent denial-of-service bots
  188. Microsoft denies it has ever been asked to plant a snooping backdoor into its product
  189. IE was the most vulnerable web browser in the first half of 2014
  190. Cloud security – fears as zombie army finds gold in heavens
  191. If you steal Microsoft product keys, you will get arrested like Mr. Prabhu
  192. Firefox 33 for Android gets option to clear private data on exit
  193. How to avoid tech support scams
  194. Siemens Patches Five Vulnerabilities in SIMATIC System
  195. Roll out the welcome mat to hackers and crackers
  196. File-encrypting Android ransomware's extortion attempts mimic FBI
  197. Did Malwarebytes Get a Fair Shake?
  198. Jul24 Open Socket Poses Risks To Android Security Mode
  199. New guide aims to remove the drama of reporting software flaws
  200. Microsoft's Brad Smith on Why Microsoft Opposes Government Demands for Personal ...
  201. Russia publicly joins war on Tor privacy with $111,000 bounty
  202. The world's most secure OS may have a serious problem
  203. Researcher sat on critical IE bugs for THREE YEARS
  204. Dirty Dozen Spampionship – which country is spewing the most spam?
  205. Mozilla Improves Malware Blocking in Firefox 31
  206. More Details of Onion/Critroni Crypto Ransomware Emerge
  207. Diving Deep into Mayhem
  208. What you need to know about privacy and security in OneDrive
  209. Accounts hacked: Stubhub $1m cyber fraud ticket scam busted
  210. Debunking Myths: Is Hiding Your Wireless SSID Really More Secure?
  211. Nigerian Scammers Adopting More Sophisticated Attacks
  212. The Web never forgets: Persistent tracking mechanisms in the wild
  213. Backup your data now: New, more powerful ransomware using Tor spotted in the wild
  214. HIDDEN packet sniffer spy tech in MILLIONS of iPhones, iPads – expert
  215. IBM Fixes Code Execution, Cookie-Stealing Vulnerabilities in Switches
  216. Is your Point of Sale machine protected against attacks?
  217. 500,000-per-day SMS spammer gets just £4,000 fine
  218. Researchers Plan to Disclose Critical Bugs to TAILS Team Soon
  219. Hackers Could Take Control of Your Car. This Device Can Stop Them
  220. EFF Launches Free Privacy Badger For Firefox And Chrome To Block Hidden Trackers
  221. Is Windows Security Center real or rogue?
  222. Tor developers vow to fix bug that can uncloak users
  223. Smart Meter Attack Scenarios
  224. Your travel records tell the government your IP, email, credit card, call center ...
  225. A Week in Security (Jul 13 – 19)
  226. Backdoors and surveillance mechanisms in iOS devices
  227. Search engine exposes hackers' passwords to solicit donations
  228. Privacy And Security Tips For Newly-Minted College Students
  229. Spam Campaign Targets New York iPhone Users
  230. Vulnerable web-based password managers, Mayhem malware, and Google's Project Zero
  231. WinPatrol v32.0.2014
  232. Internet piracy warnings alerts set for households
  233. Jul18 Cybercriminals Hitchhike on the News of MH17 Crash
  234. It's all about trust! 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  235. A Convicted Hacker and an Internet Icon Join Forces to Thwart NSA Spying
  236. AskMen.com compromised again
  237. 5 big security mistakes coders make
  238. “SOHOpelessly BROKEN” hacking contest aims to test home router security
  239. Government-grade malware in hacker hands
  240. Chrome Blocks uTorrent as Malicious and Harmful Software
  241. Google+ drops real name policy. What do you think? [POLL]
  242. Pushdo Trojan infects 11,000 systems in 24 hours
  243. Real-World Antivirus Protection Test: Winners and Losers
  244. Multiple Cisco home products vulnerable to exploit
  245. Almost a million fake apps are targeting your phone
  246. Content Security Policy Mitigates XSS, Breaks Websites
  247. Common Misconceptions IT Admins Have on Targeted Attacks
  248. CNET user database stolen by Russian hacking group, auctioned for $600
  249. Google's Project Zero Attacks Web Security Threats
  250. SSL Blacklist Reveals Certificates Used by Cybercriminals