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  1. An important update regarding Norton Ghost™
  2. Adobe confirms 'leaky PDF' flaw, fix due on 14 May
  3. Feds want to expand wiretap law from ISPs to Google, Facebook
  4. Mozilla: Protecting our brand from a global spyware provider
  5. Kaspersky founder warns nations face growing cyberattack threats
  6. Does Java 8 Delay Mean Oracle Finally Serious about Security?
  7. Hacking suspect arrested for 'biggest cyberattack in history'
  8. S. Korea tops Asia's malware infection list
  9. Alert: Skype account hijack technique may affect all users
  10. Exploding the urban myths about how to stay safe online
  11. Recently patched Java flaw already targeted in mass attacks
  12. 'Ransomware' tricks victims into paying hefty fines
  13. Malware C&C Servers Found in 184 Countries
  14. Java Sandbox Bypass Discovered that Breaks Latest Update
  15. Introducing the Secunia Country Reports
  16. Latest Security Intelligence Report Shows 24% of PCs are Unprotected
  17. Beware of fake SourceForge site offering malicious downloads
  18. New version of Gozi financial malware bundles MBR rootkit
  19. “BadNews” malware in Google Play downloaded up to 9 million times
  20. WordPress attack highlights 30 million targets
  21. ‘Magic’ Espionage Malware hits Thousands of UK Computers
  22. Antivirus Fails 1 in 500 PCs
  23. Oracle takes a leaf out of Microsoft’s book, prioritizes Java security
  24. Just how much malware is on free porn sites?
  25. Most corporate computers missing critical software updates
  26. Study: 32.8 Million Android Phones Infected with Malware
  27. Flawed Malwarebytes security update wipes out thousands of computers
  28. First anti-malware product for UEFI
  29. Chrome Download Warnings Target Malicious Binaries
  30. Top Wi-Fi routers easy to hack, says study
  31. Steve Gibson's Fingerprint service detects SSL man in the middle
  32. Oracle to release 128 security patches, hundreds of products affected
  33. Malwarebytes Update causes Massive false positives.
  34. 'Winnti' Malware Targeting Online Gaming Firms
  35. Common security flaws leave applications open to amateur hackers
  36. Shylock Trojan aims for global targets, Symantec warns
  37. McAfee, NIST partner to boost U.S. cyberdefenses
  38. Huge attack on WordPress sites could spawn never-before-seen super bot
  39. Data-Stealing Spyware Redpill Back, Targeting India
  40. Anatomy of an exploit - Linksys router remote password change hole
  41. Bing serves up more malicious sites than Google, report says
  42. Latest from AV Comparatives
  43. Adobe patches Flash, Shockwave and ColdFusion
  44. Serious Vulnerabilities Found in Popular Home Wireless Routers
  45. Are You a Zombie? How to Check for Open DNS Resolvers
  46. Microsoft security bulletin for April 9 2013
  47. Someone, somewhere is injecting banner ads into webpages on the sly.
  48. Sneaky malware hides behind mouse movement, experts say
  49. Skype Malware Stealing Victims' Processing Power to Mine Bitcoins
  50. AMI Firmware Source Code, Private Key Leaked
  51. Shylock Trojan Going Global with New Features,Resilient Infrastructure
  52. Ransomware scares victims with child sex abuse images
  53. Ransomware boosts credibility by reading victims' browsers
  54. Honeypot Stings Attackers With Counterattacks
  55. Researchers find new point-of-sale malware called BlackPOS
  56. Did the spam cyber fight really slow down the Internet?
  57. Internet 'bystanders' affected as massive cyberattack hits Spamhaus
  58. Outdated Java weak spots are widespread, Websense says
  59. Boring Malware Sneaks By Antivirus Sandboxing
  60. Practicing safe DNS with Google
  61. Rootkit coders beware: Malwarebytes is in hot pursuit
  62. Secunia Vulnerability Review 2013
  63. Has HTTPS finally been cracked?
  64. New Trojan Malware Encrypts All Files, Demands Ransom
  65. Ramnit Malware Back and Better at Avoiding Detection
  66. New ZeuS-based modular rootkit offered to cybercriminals
  67. Reckless IT pros are missing security holes in non-Microsoft software
  68. Settlement Finally Reached
  69. Mac malware that infected Facebook bypassed OS X Gatekeeper protection
  70. Microsoft's latest patches squash potential USB hijack
  71. Microsoft security bulletin for March 12 2013
  72. Is two-factor the savior for secure log-ins?
  73. How I ditched the security risks and lived without Java, Reader, and F
  74. Android malware problem should not be ignored, researchers say
  75. Pwn2Own: Down go all the browsers
  76. Researchers win $100,000 for Chrome hack leaving Windows vulnerable
  77. Rogue Apache modules pushing iFrame injections which drive traffic to
  78. Blackhole outfitted with exploit for recently patched Java flaw
  79. Researcher Finds Five New Java Sandbox Vulnerabilities
  80. Oracle rushes out last-minute patch for vulnerabilities
  81. Java malware 'was signed with certificates stolen from security vendor
  82. Another Java zero-day exploit in the wild actively attacking targets
  83. Security Alert for Evernote Users.
  84. Tips to minimize the risk and impact of identity fraud
  85. Oracle investigating after two more Java 7 zero-day flaws found
  86. Avast 8 Released
  87. RSA: Your SmartPhone Stores Every Keystroke You Ever Typed
  88. Google's Vint Cerf talks identifiers vs. pseudonyms online
  89. Adobe issues another patch for Flash vulnerabilities
  90. Yet another Java breech........
  91. Microsoft Warns About Pitfalls of Pirated Software
  92. Firefox 22 will block 3rd party cookies by default
  93. Some Off-Shore Oil Rigs Have Been “Incapacitated” By Malware
  94. Malware getting smarter, says McAfee
  95. Adobe releases emergency patches for Reader and Acrobat
  96. Cyberattack threatens most businesses, Deloitte survey says
  97. Chinese Army linked to hacks of U.S. companies, agencies
  98. Adobe to release Reader, Acrobat zero-day patch this week
  99. The 10 weirdest, wildest, most shocking security exploits ever
  100. Adobe confirms targeted attacks due to security hole in Reader
  101. Adobe Reader Zero Day
  102. Obama's cybersecurity executive order: What you need to know
  103. Happy Hacker no more.
  104. Advance Notification Service for the February 2013 Security Bulletin
  105. New update for Adobe Flash
  106. Intel Ethernet controller vulnerable to 'packet of death'
  107. Oracle new little trick. Check this out.
  108. Banking Trojan posing as Avast AV
  109. Researcher warns about critical flaw in D-Link routers
  110. Nearly a third of all computers are infected with malware
  111. Bad Kaspersky antivirus update keeps users from accessing websites
  112. Microsoft, Symantec shutter another botnet
  113. Guess what? Your favorite websites are more likely to serve malware
  114. FTC issues mobile privacy policy guidelines
  115. Welcome to bullyware: Malware gets more aggressive in money hunt
  116. Android malware uses your PC's own mic to record you
  117. Java Runtime Environment 7.13 Early Release
  118. Twitter hacked, 250,000 users affected
  119. Yes, U.S. authorities can spy on EU cloud data. Here's how
  120. What Google does when a government requests your data
  121. Browsers Beat Security Software in Phishing Protection Test
  122. Critical flaw hits latest VLC media player software
  123. Firefox to block Silverlight and Java -- but not Flash
  124. UPnP networking flaw puts millions of PCs at risk
  125. Yet even MORE woes for Java...
  126. Antivirus tests need better methodology
  127. U.S. is home to greatest number of botnet servers, says McAfee
  128. More Java woes
  129. 70 percent of exploit kits come from Russia, says report
  130. Close look at how Oracle installs deceptive software with Java updates
  131. Microsoft Rebuts Antivirus Test Failure
  132. Report: AutoRun malware infections continue topping the charts
  133. New Java Exploit Fetches $5,000 Per Buyer; Krebs on Security
  134. 'Red October' malware spies on governments worldwide
  135. Password life expectancy down to seconds
  136. Security experts on Java: Fixing zero-day exploit could take 'two year
  137. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for January 14th 2013
  138. Java SE 7 u11 released
  139. Operating System Infection Rates
  140. Vulnerability reported in Foxit PDF plugin for Firefox
  141. Homeland Security warns to disable Java amid zero-day flaw
  142. Java allows 'open hunting season' for hackers, experts find
  143. Critical Java zero-day bug is being “massively exploited in the wild”
  144. Best Browser for Blocking Fraud? Opera!
  145. 5 key security threats in 2013
  146. Microsoft Security Bulletin Summary for January 8th 2013
  147. Adobe to Patch Reader, Acrobat; Warns of ColdFusion Exploit
  148. Nvidia releases driver update to fix security exploit
  149. Microsoft's next Patch Tuesday won't resolve IE zero-day flaw
  150. Security firm: We have bypassed Microsoft's IE6-8 "Fix it" patch
  151. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for January 8th 2013
  152. Fraudulent Digital Certificates Could Allow Spoofing
  153. Microsoft issues fix for IE flaw that could allow PC hijack
  154. Bitdefender Says Windows Defender is Better Than Nothing
  155. Vulnerability in Internet Explorer Could Allow Remote Code Execution
  156. BitLocker, PGP, TrueCrypt cracked real-time
  157. The top threats for 2013, as seen by McAfee
  158. Ransomware scammers push panic button with bogus claims
  159. Microsoft fixes faulty OpenType security patch
  160. Four security trends defined 2012, will impact 2013
  161. Fake ‘Change Facebook Color Theme’
  162. New Trojan Recruits Mouse-Clicking PC Users to Do Its Dirty Work
  163. Privacy leaks are still rampant in kids’ apps, FTC reports
  164. Update to Alleged Information and Security Issue with Mouse Position
  165. IE flaw allows attackers, advertisers to track cursor movement
  166. Outlook.com gets extra anti-phishing and scam-deterrent support
  167. Microsoft gobbles up AV ground
  168. Apple hires former Windows Hacker away from Microsoft
  169. Zitmo Trojan Variant Eurograbber Beats Two-Factor Authentication
  170. Chrome Playing Hard to Get with Blackhole Exploit Kit
  171. 80% of attacks are redirects from legitimate sites
  172. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for December 2012
  173. Twitter SMS bug lets hackers tweet via other users' accounts
  174. Worm Tries AutoRun, Then Social Engineering to Infect
  175. Google Chrome leads the browser pack at preventing phishing
  176. Microsoft Security Essentials loses AV-TEST certification
  177. Microsoft Fails AV-Test Certification
  178. Patched browser - false security or security utopia that exists?
  179. Xtreme RAT malware targets US, UK, other governments
  180. Digitally signed ransomware lurking in the wild
  181. Hacked Go Daddy sites infecting users with ransomware
  182. "Real time" testing of different Anti-Virus ........
  183. Top 5 Security Predictions for 2013 from Symantec
  184. Malware uses Google Docs as proxy to command and control server
  185. Brainwaves as passwords; secure and near reality
  186. Security team finds malware that hijacks USB smart cards
  187. Microsoft pushes IE 9 tweak via Windows Update to close three critical
  188. Opera homepage spotted redirecting visitors to Blackhole kit
  189. Beyond antivirus software: Eclectic PC security tools for system-wide
  190. Some sobering reading
  191. Skype fixes account hijacking vulnerability
  192. Malwarebytes releases Anti-Rootkit beta
  193. Patch Tuesday.... Critical patches for Win8
  194. VM's secure? Rude awakening .....
  195. Zero-day vulnerability found in Adobe X
  196. 9 popular IT security practices that just don't work
  197. Twitter: Oops, we reset passwords we didn't need to
  198. Almost 1 in 8 home networks compromised with Malware...
  199. Jacksbot Java malware can take control of Windows, Mac, and Linux
  200. Top 10 vulnerabilities list
  201. Georgia outs Russia-based hacker—with photos
  202. Malware infects 13 percent of North American home networks
  203. Wi-Fi chips in phones, tablets, vulnerable to DoS attack
  204. Researchers deliver fix for Java 0-day to Oracle
  205. Why your bank's website might go down soon
  206. Kaspersky promises the impossible: A fully secure OS
  207. Steam URL protocol can be abused to exploit game vulnerabilities
  208. Adobe Reader and Acrobat get another layer of security
  209. Kaspersky and Norton Earn AAA Protection Rating
  210. miniFlame discovered, designed for targeted cyber espionage
  211. India is world leader in spam output
  212. Searching for images on Bing? Beware malicious search engine poisoning
  213. Ransomware resurrects the SOPA specter
  214. Windows XP is still Microsoft’s biggest security headache...
  215. Mozilla 'temporarily' pulls Firefox 16 to address security flaw
  216. Windows update spells end for short RSA keys for encryption
  217. Beware the Bad Piggies: Fake games hit 82k Chrome users with adware
  218. New TDL4 rootkit successfully hiding from AV
  219. Phishers are becoming smarter, more targeted: Websense
  220. Ten simple, common-sense security tips
  221. To catch a thief, with spyware
  222. Windows 7 malware infection rates balloon 182% in 2012
  223. Trojan disguised as image delivered via Skype messages
  224. Cybercriminals plotting massive banking Trojan attack...
  225. Ransomware encrypts files claiming SOPA piracy charges
  226. New security for Adobe Flash and Air
  227. Microsoft Security Bulletin Advance Notification for October 2012
  228. Trusteer Identifies Universal Man-in-the-Browser Attack Technique
  229. Middle East cyberattacks on Google users increasing
  230. Web security protocol HSTS wins proposed standard status
  231. DotNet flawed sample code has crippling authentification exploit
  232. Security hole exposes Twitter accounts to hacking
  233. What's the Meaning of This: Adobe Certificate Attack
  234. Military Smartphone Malware Designed to Steal Your Life
  235. Study finds IE9 is better at blocking malware than others combined
  236. Adobe to revoke code signing certificate for Windows
  237. Microsoft Security Essentials Client Update Package - KB2754296
  238. Another critical Java vulnerability puts 1 billion users at risk
  239. Twitter users may be victims of direct message malware
  240. Microsoft plays up e-mail security features in next Exchange releases
  241. Microsoft releases critical updates for Internet Explorer flaws
  242. A newbie app / system
  243. Sophos antivirus detects own update as false positive malware
  244. Microsoft to ship emergency IE patch to thwart active attacks
  245. Microsoft promises fix for IE security flaw in next few days
  246. German government tells public to stop using Internet Explorer
  247. Microsoft releases security software for IE vulnerability
  248. Malwarebytes offers enterprise anti-malware detection, prevention
  249. New Internet Explorer weakness already exploited in attacks
  250. Flame Malware Details Surface, Point to More Viruses