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  1. FTP
  2. FYI - Regarding AVG/Avast AV and their related products.
  3. Proxy vs vpn
  4. NordVPN hacked
  5. Nodersok
  6. Possible Breach of 3 Antivirus Company Records
  7. ASUS Gigabyte Driver Vulnerabilities
  8. Quora Hack: Over 100 Million User Passwords Stolen
  9. Cyber-attack website Webstresser taken down
  10. Password Hints
  11. ASM
  12. Ransomeware Whiterose
  13. Thousands of WP, Joomla and SquareSpace sites serving malicious updates
  14. It's time to say 'Welcome to dumpsville Adobe Flash', as new unpatched flaw exploited
  15. iPhone's battery.
  16. Browser data leakage bug – Mozilla to delete info just in case
  17. Browsers' Password Managers Are Used by Advertisers' Scripts For Tracking Sites
  18. Net neutrality is DEAD
  19. Synaptics Says Claims of a Keylogger in HP Laptops are False
  20. Keylogger Discovered on HP Laptops
  21. Don't Buy Anyone an Echo
  22. What you should do if you have been impacted by a data breach
  23. Another Tor Browser Feature Makes It Into Firefox
  24. Major Websites You Visit Record Your Every Keystroke
  25. Windows 8 onwards incorrectly implements ASLR security feature
  26. Adobe Patch Update
  27. Banking Trojan can steal social media accounts
  28. Wordpress security flaw.
  29. KRACK Attack Devastates Wi-Fi Security
  30. Worth Reading
  31. XP and other old OS users
  32. Stealing Windows credentials using Google Chrome
  33. NHS UK and Telfonica hit by massive ransomware attack
  34. Quite a Departure
  35. Pogo
  36. Massive Malvertising Campaign Shut Down by Cisco and GoDaddy
  37. Google Chrome impersonator Trojan doing rounds
  38. 60+ million Dropbox login credentials have been stolen
  39. Adobe patches critical vulnerability in ColdFusion application server
  40. 10 easy ways to prevent malware infection
  41. Five ways to stay safe online while playing Pokmon Go
  42. Parents, beware of this SMS scam
  43. Kaspersky Fixes Bugs That Allowed Attackers to Crash Its Antivirus
  44. Meet USBee, the malware that uses USB drives to covertly jump airgaps
  45. Opera resets passwords after sync server hacked
  46. U.S. Government: Ransomware Attacks Have Quadrupled This Year
  47. Researchers Use Wi-Fi Signals to Sniff Keystrokes
  48. Ramnit Banking Trojan Resumes Activity
  49. Dropbox Resetting User Passwords, But Says No Breach Has Occurred
  50. Out-of-band iOS update released to prevent installation of Pegasus Spyware Kit
  51. Fantom Ransomware Encrypts your Files while pretending to be Windows Update
  52. Boffins design security chip to spot hidden hardware trojans in processors
  53. Unpacking the spyware disguised as antivirus
  54. How complex are the digital lives of teens? The NCSA takes a look.
  55. How to give your social media security a boost
  56. Cloud Use Increases Attack Surface, But Security Not Keeping Up
  57. Google to crack down on mobile websites using intrusive pop-ups
  58. Do your kids know good password hygiene? Here are some rules
  59. Face Authentication Systems Can Be Bypassed Using a VR Headset & Facebook Photos
  60. Trend Micro confirms rise of ransomware and whaling
  61. New Banking Trojan Uses PowerShell to Alter Internet Explorer Proxy Settings
  62. How Bitcoin helped fuel an explosion in ransomware attacks
  63. People Ignore Security Warnings Because They Come at Bad Times
  64. US to Hand Over Control of Internet DNS System in October 2016
  65. Mechanical Phish auto-exploit auto-patch kit lands on GitHub
  66. Trend Micro Ransomware Screen Unlocker Tool
  67. How the NSA snooped on encrypted Internet traffic for a decade
  68. Masked Phone: Stop giving away your real phone number
  69. Windows 10 Anniversary Update breaks most webcams
  70. Unauthorized, mislabeled Microsoft support tool leaks; could cause more trouble ...
  71. Why people ignore security alerts up to 87% of the time
  72. WikiLeaks hosts hundreds of malware files in email dumps
  73. UAC Bypass with Elevated Privileges Works on All Windows Versions
  74. Data for 6 Million Minecraft Gamers Stolen
  75. 6 security advances worth celebrating
  76. Watchdog Group Knocks Microsoft over Windows 10 Privacy
  77. AV-Comparatives test reveals that Avast Free Antivirus detects zero false positives
  78. NSA's Hacking Group Hacked! Bunch of Private Hacking Tools Leaked Online
  79. A week in security (Aug 07 ? Aug 13)
  80. Win7 and 8.1 to get cumulative updates ? you no longer control your Win7 or 8.1
  81. Pokemon GO Ransomware Installs Windows Admin Backdoor Account
  82. A hack will kill someone within 10 years, and it may have already happened
  83. Venus Locker another .NET Ransomware
  84. Pindrop Gathers Insight Into the Robocall Scourge
  85. Mother finds hacked live-stream of daughters' bedroom online
  86. This Windows Activation Scam Talks to You So You Won't Forget to Call & Pay
  87. Chrome, Firefox, and IE Browser Hijacker Distributed via Legitimate Software
  88. Nigerian spam scammers infect themselves with malware
  89. How Your Computer Monitor Could Be Hacked To Spy On You
  90. Facebook is now bypassing ad blockers on desktop
  91. Donald Trump's Take on Cyberwarfare Makes Concerning Reading
  92. Connected Cars Exposed: Half Have Potentially Serious Flaws
  93. Hackers Make the First-Ever Ransomware for Smart Thermostats
  94. A week in security (Jul 31 Aug 06)
  95. Tor can be cracked like eggshells, warns US judge
  96. Malware hidden in digitally signed executables can bypass AV protection
  97. Researcher hides stealthy malware inside legitimate digitally signed files
  98. Starting this fall, Apple will pay up to $200,000 for iOS and iCloud bugs
  99. New CSS Mix-Blend-Mode Feature Can Reveal Your Browsing History
  100. A supercomputer is taking on humans in a hacking contest at DEF CON
  101. Remote Evil Butler Attack Threatens Windows Computers
  102. Understanding the Windows Credential Leak Flaw and How to Prevent It
  103. Advertisers Use Battery Status to Track Users Online
  104. This ATM hack could allow thieves to make off with thousands
  105. ThreatMarket: The world?s first security search engine
  106. Export-Grade Crypto Patching Improves
  107. A week in security (Jul 24 ? Jul 30)
  108. Tech Support Scams, two for the price of one
  109. Data of 200 Million Yahoo Users Pops Up for Sale on the Dark Web
  110. How hackers can make 'virtually any person' click on a dangerous link
  111. WhatsApp may leave deleted chats behind in your iCloud backups
  112. Giving dead mans handle a whole new meaning [Chet Chat Podcast 248]
  113. PUP Friday: RelevantKnowledge
  114. Microsoft: More details on the end of 'Get Windows 10' and what's next
  115. Threatpost News Wrap, July 29, 2016
  116. Black Hat security conference trims insecure features from its mobile app
  117. People Caught Using VPNs, Tor, or Proxies in the UAE Risk a $545,000 Fine
  118. Five ways to stay safe online while playing Pokmon Go
  119. Malvertising Campaign Infected Thousands of Users per Day for More Than a Year
  120. How to protect your IP address
  121. Zero-day hole can pwn millions of LastPass users, all that's needed is a malicious ..
  122. Introducing the Microsoft Secure blog
  123. Wireless Keyboards Vulnerable to Sniffing, Injection Attacks
  124. In light of increased cyberattacks, White House sets defense plan with FBI in charge
  125. Honey Onions probe the Dark Web: at least 3% of Tor nodes are rogues
  126. Windows 10 Disk Cleanup Utility Abused to Bypass UAC
  127. Surprise! Millennials More Likely to Be Scam Victims Than Boomers
  128. Encryption backdoors appear on EU data chiefs ban wishlist
  129. Hidden 'backdoor' in Dell security software gives hackers full access
  130. iOS 10 Warns Users About Unsecured Networks When Using Public WiFi
  131. Cross-platform malware Adwind infects Mac
  132. Decrypter Available for ODCODC Ransomware
  133. Your Services Agreement and Privacy Statement made clearer
  134. Malicious computers caught snooping on Tor-anonymized Dark Web sites
  135. Police Unlock Dead Man's Phone by 3D-Printing his Fingerprint
  136. There's a major security flaw in Apple's iOS - update your iPhone now to protect ...
  137. BleepingComputer has received the Opinion & Order regarding their Motion to Dismiss..
  138. Hackers are targeting the Rio Olympics, so watch out for these cyberthreats
  139. Online scams: Why haven?t we won yet?
  140. Windows 10 personal data collection is excessive, French privacy watchdog warns
  141. Why you should use a password manager
  142. 4 basic security facts everyone should know
  143. HTTPoxy ? the disease that could make your web server spring a leak
  144. Security Professionals Unconcerned About Cyber Security Impact of US Presidential ...
  145. Antivirus Engines Affected by Code Hooking Vulnerability
  146. Have you read Pokmon GOs Terms of Service? You might want to
  147. Core Tor Contributor Leaves Project, Plans to Shut Down Crucial Server
  148. How to steal money from Instagram, Google and Microsoft
  149. Nearly 200,000 Parked Domains Used to Show Rogue Ads, Hijack Traffic
  150. Corporate Sector Is On Radar Of Crypto Malware: Kaspersky
  151. The first big Internet of Things security breach is just around the corner
  152. Explained: Bug poaching
  153. What *is* that creature I see before me?
  154. Ubuntu Forums hack exposes 2 million users
  155. Foolishly Open-Sourced Internet Explorer Exploit Code Added to Neutrino EK
  156. This Android Trojan blocks victims from alerting banks
  157. Huge Spam Wave Drops Locky Variant That Can Work Without an Internet Connection
  158. In privacy victory, Microsoft wins appeal over foreign data warrant
  159. Adobe, Microsoft Patch Critical Security Bugs
  160. Security software priorities shift from defence to detection and response
  161. Microsoft Fixes Decades-Old Printer Bug in Windows
  162. New tool sniffs out leaked passwords reused on other sites
  163. Ranscam gives ransomware a bad name by deleting users' files even if they pay
  164. Microsoft Security Updates ? JULY 2016
  165. Ransomware that demands money and gives you back nothing!
  166. malspam email with fake profile leads to malware
  167. 12 steps to safer online banking
  168. Every version of Windows hit by "critical" security flaw
  169. MIT: Our Anonymity Network Riffle Is Better than Tor
  170. GootKit Banking Trojan Receives Massive Update
  171. Windows 10 Sends Your Data 5500 Times Every Day Even After Tweaking Privacy Settings
  172. Serious flaw fixed in widely used WordPress plug-in
  173. WIN10 ? Free upgrade considerations for WIN7 and WIN8 users
  174. Malware infections dropped drastically in the first half of 2016
  175. Bugs & Bugs: As in, the software kind -- and insects
  176. Beware: Malicious Pokmon GO app out in the wild
  177. Here's how fake telephone tech support scams work
  178. Hidden Voice Commands Embedded in YouTube Videos Can Hijack Your Smartphone
  179. Cybercrime Surpasses Traditional Crime in the United Kingdom
  180. Windows 10 Anniversary Update nears RTM with bugfixes galore
  181. New Mac malware tries to hook your webcam up to the Dark Web
  182. A severe vulnerability disclosed last month in D-Link's DCS-930L Network Cloud Camera
  183. Avast acquires antivirus maker AVG for $1.3BN to gain scale and dive into IoT...Avast
  184. New Kovter Malware Versions Posing as Firefox Updates
  185. The Dark Web: just how dark is it?
  186. Four new Windows patches to avoid: KB 2952664, 2976978, 2977759, and Windows...
  187. Dangerous new Mac malware fully compromises OS X
  188. July 2016 Non-Security Office Update Release
  189. Malvertising slowing down, but not out
  190. How Upgrades to Windows 10 Will Change After the Free Upgrade Offer Ends
  191. Malware Spread via Facebook Makes 10,000 Victims in 48 Hours
  192. The security review: How secure are our cash machines?
  193. 419 scam: pay $180, receive $5,000 a week
  194. My Activity reveals how much Google knows about you
  195. Microsoft publishes e-book on Trends in Cybersecurity 2016
  196. Will your Windows 10 Insider beta build expire soon?
  197. 11 essential data security tips for travelers
  198. How to crack Android encryption on millions of smartphones
  199. How to get your Win7 updates in less than glacial time
  200. Top security researcher recommends you only buy Nexus or Samsung devices
  201. ?Security? Software Wrecking Your Security Is the Ultimate Irony
  202. Hydra hacker bot spawns internet of things DDoS clones
  203. Free Decrypter Available for Unlock92 Ransomware
  204. Firmware exploit can defeat new Windows security features on Lenovo ThinkPads
  205. What to expect from the Windows 10 Anniversary Update
  206. Malware uses Google Talk to make malicious phone calls
  207. 400 million Foxit users need to catch up with patched-up reader
  208. The EduCrypt Ransomware tries to teach you a Lesson
  209. Go Update Norton Antivirus Right Now. Symantec Really Screwed Up.
  210. Windows 10 upgrade will soon be easier to reject
  211. Widespread Ransomware Attack Targets Microsoft Office 365 Users
  212. Privacy pitfalls of Facebook using your location to suggest friends
  213. Two-factor authentication (2FA): why you should care
  214. Windows 10 and privacy
  215. A hacker is advertising millions of stolen health records on the dark web
  216. Security Think Tank: A starter guide for biometrics in security
  217. Medicos could be world's best security bypassers, study finds
  218. Intel is said to mull selling its security business
  219. Malware Can Use Fan Noise to Exfiltrate Data from Air-Gapped Systems
  220. Six Malicious Android Apps Removed from the Google Play Store
  221. It's time to lock the door on backdoors
  222. US court rules that FBI can hack into a computer without a warrant
  223. New Variant of Nemucod Ransomware Discovered
  224. Cyberattacks should be included in international humanitarian law
  225. New massive spam wave spreads Locky ? is Necurs botnet back?
  226. Explained: typosquatting
  227. Google makes two-step verification easier
  228. HTML5 Won't Stop Malvertising, Brings New Threats
  229. ApocalypseVM ransomware decrypter released
  230. Microsoft Takes Another Step Towards Minimizing Activation Issues on Windows 10
  231. Malvertising and ransomware: the Bonnie and Clyde of advanced threats
  232. Office 2010 wont start with EMET enabled, bug in KB 3146706 and KB 3125574
  233. Ransomware thats 100% pure JavaScript, no download required
  234. 3 Million Strong Botnet Grows Right Under Twitter's Nose
  235. Acer: lengthy data breach discovered
  236. Are we fighting a losing battle for privacy?
  237. Tor torpedoed! Tesco Bank app won't run with privacy tool installed
  238. GotoMyPC Hacked - Reset Passwords
  239. Flash zero-day fix is out, get it ASAP
  240. Microsoft tests new tool to remove OEM crapware
  241. 50% of ads on free livestreaming websites are malicious
  242. Acer suffers privacy breach exposing customer information
  243. More Users Confirm Windows 10 Cumulative Update KB3163018 Installation Issues
  244. FBI Can Access 412 Million Images for Face Recognition, Foreigners Included
  245. Patch Tuesday: IE/Edge share exploit, Windows 10 advances to build 10586.420
  246. Email spoofing
  247. Truth in malvertising: How to beat bad ads
  248. Hacker Steals 45 Million Records from 1,100 Home, Sports and Tech Support Forums
  249. Facebook and privacy
  250. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for June 2016