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Sophos: 64 Percent of People Find Cloud Storage Services 'Scary'

May 2, 2012
...but that isn't keeping 45 percent of them from using the services at work.
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Israel's Institute for National Security Studies Hacked

May 2, 2012
The Web site has been injected with malicious code for over a week, according to Websense.
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NYT IDs Google Street View Designer

May 2, 2012
The designer was Marius Milner, best known as the developer of NetStumbler.
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Oracle Database Security Flaw Remains Unpatched

May 2, 2012
'ALL versions are vulnerable and will remain vulnerable,' says researcher Joxean Koret.
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Google Patches Five Security Flaws in Chrome 18

May 2, 2012
Three of the vulnerabilities are rated high risk.
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Tennessee Community College Acknowledges Massive Security Breach

May 1, 2012
Approximately 14,000 names and Social Security numbers were exposed.
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Check Point Launches Free ZoneAlarm Anti-Virus/Firewall Combo

May 1, 2012
ZoneAlarm Free Antivirus + Firewall 2013 is intended to provide consumers with a complete free Internet security solution.
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Symantec: Flashback Malware Earned $10,000 a Day

May 1, 2012
The researchers report that the Trojan's key objective is simple: revenue generation.
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Study Finds Leading Android Apps Demand Excessive Permissions

May 1, 2012
According to AhnLab, fully 42.6 percent of apps require excessive permissions for device information access.
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Trusteer Warns of New Ransomware Variant

May 1, 2012
The Reveton ransomware demands payment of a $100 fine before the victim's computer can be unlocked.
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Columbia University Acknowledges Security Breach

April 30, 2012
Names, addresses, Social Security numbers and bank account numbers were published online.
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International Police Association Hacked

April 30, 2012
The hackers defaced the site's main page with a statement alleging that admin passwords were stored in plain text.
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Symantec: More Malware on Religious Sites Than Porn Sites

April 30, 2012
Pornographic Web sites are less likely to be infected than religious, automotive or health sites, according to the company.
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Cryptic Studios Hacked

April 30, 2012
The breach occurred in December 2010, but was only recently uncovered by the company.
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Skype Privacy Flaw Found

April 30, 2012
A simple process can reveal any Skype user's remote and local IP addresses.
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Microsoft Patches Critical Security Flaw in Hotmail

April 27, 2012
Hackers have been offering to exploit the bug for as little as $20 per account.
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Backdoor Found in RuggedCom Industrial Control Systems

April 27, 2012
The Rugged Operating System (ROS) comes with a static username and an easily identifiable password.
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Two Plus Two Poker Forum Acknowledges Security Breach

April 27, 2012
The forum was shut down after a hacker demonstrated the ability to access e-mail addresses and passwords.
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Almost All SSL Web Sites Are Insecure, Say Researchers

April 27, 2012
Only 19,024 of 200,000 sites studied are 'genuinely secure,' according to the research results.
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