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  1. Festive season spammers offer some cutting criticism to the Naked Security crew...
  2. Vulnerability Found in Samsung’s Galaxy S4
  3. Malware Protection Center Threat Research & Response Blog
  4. Reputation-Based Malicious URL Blocking Offers Effective Protection
  5. On tech support duty for family at Christmas? Get our free Threatsaurus...
  6. Snapchat exploit may let hackers connect names and phone numbers in bulk
  7. Microsoft Wants To Get Rid of Passwords, Joins Group
  8. Typo Trouble in Bitcoin Land
  9. Web server malware for Nginx, Apache advertised on underground market
  10. Predictions: Cyber-Security in 2014
  11. Who’s Selling Credit Cards from Target?
  12. Snowden to warn Brits on Xmas telly: Your children will NEVER have privacy
  13. Spammers take over Twitter Trends with sexy hashtags
  14. Target Could Be Liable for $3.6 Billion from Security Breach
  15. Have you been pwned? Now you can be automatically told when you are!
  16. The OpenSSL software bug that saves you from surveillance!
  17. Typos online aren't just a hassle,they're a hazard
  18. Non-US Cards Used At Target Fetch Premium
  19. Less phishing, but better targeting in 2013, report says
  20. Only In New York: The Unique SMS Spam of The Big Apple
  21. Microsoft Security Essentials fails to detect more than one third of malware
  22. Adobe Cautions Users Against License Key Phishing Scam
  23. Gone Phishing For The Holidays
  24. Gamers Must Level Up To Beat Malware Baddies
  25. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-096 - Critical
  26. Microsoft’s Perspective on the NIST Preliminary Cybersecurity Framework
  27. BitTorrent develops secure, decentralized chat program using public-key crypto
  28. Microsoft Security Intelligence Report desktop application updated ...
  29. IBM’s security expert explains why ‘Steve’ might watch your eating habits to keep ...
  30. Tech threats abound beyond spam, malware during holidays
  31. What's the greatest security risk?
  32. Cryptolocker ransom Trojan infected 250,000 PCs, Dell SecureWorks estimates
  33. Effective new Trojan skims card info from widely used ATMs
  34. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-098 - Critical
  35. 4 ways network virtualization improves security
  36. Beware: MacBook Webcams can be used to covertly spy on people
  37. Target customers' card data said to be at risk after store thefts
  38. Botnet forces infected Firefox users to hack the sites they visit (updated)
  39. ESET’s Threat Trends Predictions 2014
  40. The Case for a Compulsory Bug Bounty
  41. Fake VPN Site Serves Up Keylogger
  42. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-054 - Critical
  43. Good Time for the Good Guys: Eight Perfect Scores in Latest Android Antivirus Test
  44. Attackers exploited ColdFusion vulnerability to install Microsoft IIS malware
  45. Exponential algorithm making Windows XP miserable could be fixed
  46. Vendor security patches lag dangerously, study suggests
  47. Gmail takes image loading out of users' hands - here's how to take it back
  48. Bogus AV program uses 12 stolen digital certificates to make the malware look legit
  49. Be a real security pro - Keep your private keys private
  50. Spammers Target BitCoin Wallets
  51. SMS Activated Flash Downloads: A Digital Leap of Faith
  52. File extensions
  53. Security alert: Bitcoin Alarm app is carefully cloaked malware
  54. Hacked Via RDP: Really Dumb Passwords
  55. Android Pop-ups Warn of Infection
  56. Warrant Not Required: Police Demand Your Cellular Data
  57. Top Cyber Threat Predictions for 2014
  58. Microsoft joins group seeking to replace passwords
  59. Hacking The Zero-Day Vulnerability Market
  60. (Security) Firms Eliminate Embedded Code To Foil Targeted Attacks
  61. Exploit Protection for Microsoft Windows
  62. Gmail Image Proxy Changes Have Privacy, Security Implications
  63. Cryptolocker: Menace of 2013
  64. Malvertising and the joys of online advertising
  65. Mozilla advises webmasters to implement X-Frame-Options security header
  66. 64-Bit Version of Zeus Banking Trojan In The Wild
  67. The five most dangerous email subjects to watch for
  68. Microsoft Security Advisory (2916652)
  69. Your Network's Been Hacked: Get Used to It
  70. Tech support scammers spam YouTube with robot-like warnings
  71. Zero-Day Fixes From Adobe, Microsoft
  72. Data-stealing malware pretends to be Microsoft IIS server module
  73. Release Notes | Flash Player® 11.9 AIR® 3.9
  74. The Big Bot Invasion
  75. Adobe Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) Blog
  76. Microsoft Security Advisory (2915720)
  77. Check out "What’s New" and "Known Issues" for this version of Firefox
  78. Spammers Spoil Holiday Cheer
  79. Other browser makers follow Google's lead, revoke rogue certificates
  80. Can you hear us now?
  81. Dozens of zero-day flaws exist for exploit daily, report says
  82. New security features added to Microsoft accounts
  83. Anatomy of a hack: Team meets a professor's challenge
  84. Crackdown successfully reduces spam
  85. The Risk of Running Windows XP After Support Ends April 2014
  86. Advance Notification Service for December 2013 Security Bulletin Release
  87. Microsoft, the FBI, Europol and industry partners disrupt the notorious ZeroAccess ..
  88. Botnet Swipes Two Million Passwords, Most Of Them Were Really Bad
  89. Why “crypto” isn’t just for spies: A beginner’s guide to keeping secrets
  90. PDF, Flash, and Java: the Most Dangerous File Types
  91. IE11 Automatically Makes Over 40% of the Web More Secure ...
  92. Credit card fraud comes of age with advances in point-of-sale botnets
  93. Mozilla takes another stab at elusive multiprocess Firefox
  94. Malwarebytes 2013 Threat Report
  95. Is That Facebook Friend a Scammer or Someone You Actually Know?
  96. How to stay one step ahead of phishing attacks
  97. Introducing “Have I been pwned?” – aggregating accounts across website breaches
  98. Scientist-developed malware prototype covertly jumps air gaps using inaudible sound
  99. Simple But Effective Point-of-Sale Skimmer
  100. Millions in Bitcoin stolen from Sheep dark market as user flees
  101. Flying hacker contraption hunts other drones, turns them into zombies
  102. Inside the Facebook Snapchat phishing scam
  103. Introducing DoNotTrackMe 3.0: stop online tracking, even when you shop
  104. Tell Your Relatives: No, Microsoft Won’t Call You About Your Computer
  105. The gentle art of cracking passwords
  106. Important Security Update for D-Link Routers
  107. That toolbar you downloaded is malware? Tough, read the EULA
  108. CryptoLocker gang teams with botnet-builders on ransomware
  109. FBI warns: 'tis the season for online shopping scams
  110. Pick-Up Lines That Will Only Attract Hackers
  111. TV news team falls for Facebook doppelgänger scam
  112. Bitcoin millionaire throws $7.5m virtual currency in the bin
  113. Forensics Method Quickly Identifies CryptoLocker Encrypted Files
  114. Potentially Unwanted Miners – Toolbar Peddlers Use Your System To Make BTC
  115. Cash – or crash? Tips and tricks for using Bitcoin safely
  116. Most big businesses “still failing” to recognize cyber risks, survey finds
  117. Filecoder epidemic goes global as Australians among “millions” of victims worldwide
  118. Bitcoin’s skyrocketing value ushers in era of $1 million hacker heists
  119. 'Neverquest' trojan threatens online banking users
  120. New Linux worm targets routers, cameras, “Internet of things” devices
  121. Bits from Bill Technology thoughts leaking from the brain of "Bill Pytlovany"
  122. To secure the Internet of things, assume failure
  123. How do we protect kids from online predators?
  124. Microsoft Malware Protection Centre.
  125. Microsoft Security Advisory (2914486)
  126. Malware: War without end
  127. Bitcoin online bank robbery - "because that's where the money is"
  128. These lucky people get paid to play CYBER WAR GAMES
  129. Stuxnet: new light through old windows
  130. Symantec: 'Blackshades' malware still being sold
  131. Mobile Threat Monday: Hacking Yahoo Fantasy Football
  132. The feds' guide to bringing down a hacker from the inside
  133. Fake tech support scam is trouble for legitimate remote help company
  134. Wi-FI Protected Setup (WPS) is Insecure: Here’s Why You Should Disable It
  135. Another phone scam
  136. Twitter joins the "forward secrecy" club for added resistance to surveillance
  137. Cryptolocker lowers ransom demands as Bitcoin price surges
  138. Have you heard of the Happy Hour virus?
  139. ‘High impact’ bug found in Gmail password recovery system
  140. Cybercriminals Don't Care Who's Been Naughty or Nice
  141. Hack-a-thon Finds 220 Bugs in Facebook, Google, Etsy
  142. Microsoft Bringing Message Encryption To Office 365 In Early 2014
  143. Kaspersky Wins Independent Antivirus Test Trifecta
  144. Trojan program steals log-in credentials and other sensitive data from SAP client app
  145. Malice or mistake? Cyber sleuths weigh in on Internet hijack attack
  146. CyberDragon Is A Portable, Privacy-Centric Web Browser With An Anonymous Proxy Fetche
  147. What becomes of the broken hearted? Dating website leaked 42 million usernames....
  148. Bitcoin mining malware
  149. Swansea Police Pay Ransom After Computer System Was Hacked
  150. Cyber crime forum advertises financial malware that uses stealthy I2P communications
  151. Carberp-based trojan attacking SAP
  152. Who's Responsible for Social Media Security?
  153. Adblock Plus Now Blocks YouTube's Biggest Annoyances
  154. LG smart TV snooping extends to home networks, second blogger says
  155. Warning! Targeted Internet misdirection on the rise
  156. Anti-Bullying Week 2013: Understanding cyber-bullying
  157. How NOT to Store Passwords!
  158. Repeated attacks hijack huge chunks of Internet traffic, researchers warn
  159. New backdoor worm found attacking websites running Apache Tomcat
  160. GitHub users with weak passwords - you have been warned!
  161. Is Streaming Worth the Malware?
  162. F-Secure Offers Lifetime Security
  163. Backup the best defense against (Cri)locked files
  164. Don’t Like Spam? Complain About It.
  165. Active Defense:Good protection doesn’t need to be offensive
  166. In the wake of NSA spying, Yahoo promises encryption everywhere
  167. Use location services more safely
  168. “We still don’t encrypt server-to-server data,” admits Microsoft
  169. Mobile malware reported riding on Google messaging service
  170. Exclusive: FBI warns of U.S. government breaches by Anonymous hackers
  171. Digital Detectives
  172. vBulletin team denies claim of new zero-day in its forum software
  173. An Android Banking Trojan Blast From The Past
  174. Bits from Bill Technology thoughts leaking from the brain of "Bill Pytlovany"
  175. Streaming Netflix on your PC? Beware of Silverlight exploit
  176. Researchers hack Internet Explorer 11 and Chrome at Mobile Pwn2Own
  177. Cybercriminals target Silverlight browser plug-in users with new exploit kit
  178. Police warn of 'ransom' spam targeting UK users
  179. Firefox 25
  180. How To Protect Yourself From Social Engineering
  181. FBI warns hacking spree on government agencies is a “widespread problem”
  182. Ten-Thousand CryptoLocked-Out
  183. IE11 Makes Over 40% Web More Secure While Sites Still Work
  184. How to Enable and Secure Remote Desktop on Windows
  185. Facebook says yes, your posts can be used for ads
  186. Google fixes Chrome vulnerabilities exploited at Pwn2Own hacking contest
  187. Cracked.com Had Malware; Clean Up Your Computer Now!
  188. Do consumers pass the buck on online safety? New survey reveals mixed messages
  189. Microsoft pushes crypto standards forward
  190. Microsoft: One of the Patch Tuesday vulnerabilities not actually patched
  191. Microsoft unveils Cybercrime Center to tackle malware, botnets, online child abuse
  192. Malware Loves Company: How Malware Evolution Triggered a Change in Our Testing
  193. The world of bullying and cyberbullying,
  194. MSRT November 2013 - Napolar
  195. How one site beat back botnets, spammers, and the “4chan party van”
  196. Release Notes | Flash Player® 11.9 AIR® 3.9
  197. Back up now! Warning over new wave of Filecoder infections hitting U.S.
  198. Meet “badBIOS,” the mysterious Mac and PC malware that jumps airgaps
  199. A nefarious use of Google Drive to load malicious redirects
  200. Update: Microsoft to patch just-revealed Windows zero-day tomorrow
  201. Rogue US-Israeli cyberwar weapon 'infected Russian nuclear plant'
  202. Hashing Algorithms and Security
  203. New security holes found in D-Link router
  204. Who is to blame for hacker-phobia?
  205. Facebook Warns Users After Adobe Breach
  206. FBI seeking "Loverspy" hacker who helped jealous lovers plant spyware
  207. Microsoft Zero-Day TIFF Bug Affects Older Office Software
  208. OpenSSH fixes potential remote code execution hole
  209. New IE zero-day attack reported
  210. How to Use An Antivirus Boot Disc or USB Drive to Ensure Your Computer is Clean
  211. Security: Finding the balance
  212. How secure was Lavabit's 'secure' email? Not very, says researcher
  213. Security's weakest link: Technology no match for social engineering
  214. It’s official: Computer scientists pick stronger passwords
  215. Chrome On Windows To Start Rejecting Extensions From Outside The Chrome Web Store...
  216. Security researcher says new malware can affect your BIOS; communicate over the air
  217. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for November 2013
  218. Exploits of critical Microsoft zero day more widespread than thought
  219. Microsoft books critical IE, Windows fixes for next week
  220. End of MSE Updates for XP after April 2014
  221. In Case of Laptop Loss, Encrypt and Back Up Your Data
  222. Spike in traffic with TCP source port zero has some researchers worried
  223. Google testing new way to keep passwords snooper-proof in Chrome
  224. Kaspersky: “We detect and remediate any malware attack,” even by NSA (Updated)
  225. Now there’s a bug bounty program for the whole Internet
  226. Tesco to scan your face to better tailor advertisements to you
  227. Microsoft warns users of hacker attacks
  228. Are anti-virus testers measuring the right things?
  229. Microsoft won't turn on Windows Defender for unprotected PCs
  230. Microsoft Security Advisory (2896666)
  231. 11 sure signs you've been hacked
  232. Fake Ninja App Sneaks Onto Your Phone, Assassinates Your Bandwidth
  233. Hackers Take Limo Service Firm for a Ride
  234. Google finally hides passwords from snoopers in new builds of Chromium
  235. CryptoLocker ups the ante, demands $2,000 for overdue ransom
  236. Anatomy of a password disaster - Adobe's giant-sized cryptographic blunder
  237. Updated Microsoft Privacy Policy Details What Xbox One Is Recording
  238. Memories of the Internet Worm - 25 years later
  239. How to Recover From a Virus Infection: 3 Things You Need to Do
  240. NSA, Apple, Facebook and Adobe - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
  241. Chrome browser will block malware downloads
  242. Updated privacy policy outlines Xbox One Kinect data protections
  243. How To Avoid CryptoLocker Ransomware
  244. Online Privacy: A Concern For All
  245. Upatre: Emerging Up(d)at(er) in the wild
  246. Email goes 'Dark' -- encrypted, that is
  247. Fake social media ID duped security-aware IT guys
  248. Microsoft Security Bulletin MS13-085 - Important
  249. The Haunted House of Cyber Scares
  250. Microsoft may end antivirus updates on XP in April