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Black Hat 2013 Preview: All Things Must Be Hacked

July 30, 2013
Will NSA's Gen. Keith Alexander take questions? Which security issues should haunt you? The general manager of this week's Black Hat Conference tells all.
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Home Invasion 2.0: Attacking the Smart Home

July 29, 2013
Black Hat security research set to expose weaknesses of home automation systems. 'I just don't think these technologies are ready for prime time yet,' researcher says.
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IBM Expands Security Portfolio with QRadar Vulnerability Manager

July 25, 2013
You've got lots of tools all scanning for security issues -- but what do you do when you find them?
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Apple Developer Site Comes Under Attack

July 22, 2013
Apple's developer site is offline following a security breach. Should you be worried?
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Exploiting Security Devices? Oh, the Irony

July 19, 2013
Enterprises spend millions every year on security appliances intended to secure their networks. Yet many of those devices are themselves not secure.
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Oracle Patches 89 Security Flaws in July

July 17, 2013
Oracle's July Critical Patch Update includes 89 patches, which seems like a lot. Is it?
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Inside the Bluebox Android Master Key Vulnerability

July 10, 2013
Are you at risk for an Android vulnerability that involves the verification process for the popular OS? Find out!
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Microsoft Patches TrueType Font and IE Flaws

July 9, 2013
Microsoft's July Patch Tuesday yields a long list of fixes, including a patch for an IE zero-day flaw first disclosed in June.
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Microsoft Patches 19 IE Vulnerabilities

June 11, 2013
Microsoft is out with its latest Patch Tuesday update and once again, the Internet Explorer (IE) Web browser gets lots of attention.
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4 Ways to Secure an Apple Mac Browser

June 10, 2013
It's not just about Java. What can you do to improve the security of Mac browsing?
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IPv6 Under Attack?

June 7, 2013
Although IPv6 is still not widely adopted, the Internet is seeing the first signs of IPv6-based attacks.
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Data Breach Cost Declines for 2nd Year

June 6, 2013
Americans may be doing something right when it comes to data protection, finds a Ponemon Institute study - or are they just too overwhelmed to care?
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Microsoft, Feds Take Down Citadel Botnets

June 6, 2013
How did Microsoft shut down the notorious Citadel botnet ring, which stole more than $500 million from victims?
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Apple Updates Mac OS X for 50+ Flaws

June 5, 2013
OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.4 debuts heavy on fixes for Apple's Safari Web browser.
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Inside the Eye of a Microsoft 0-Day

June 3, 2013
FireEye discovered two of the most notorious zero-day vulnerabilities in recent months. How did the security company do it?
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Google's New Disclosure Policy: Helpful, or Who Cares?

May 31, 2013
Google shakes up the InfoSec world with a new seven-day disclosure policy. But do top security researchers think it's a good idea?
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Blue Coat Gets into Big Data Security by Acquiring Solera

May 22, 2013
Big Data security analytics continues to be big business, as Blue Coat's acquisition of Solera shows.
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Sourcefire Advances Malware Visibility

May 20, 2013
Sourcefire debuts new approach to tracking malware, but don't call it a SIEM.
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IE Is Focus of Microsoft's May Patch Tuesday

May 14, 2013
Microsoft issues 10 security bulletins, including critical IE flaws, in May security patch.
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