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  1. Mac Flashback Flaw Reused by New Malware Campaign
  2. Kaspersky: Mac security is '10 years behind Microsoft'
  3. Microsoft: Conficker Worm Remains 'Ongoing' Threat
  4. Microsoft rushes out fix after hackers reset passwords to hack Hotmail
  5. Majority of web apps vulnerable to most frequent exploits
  6. A tangled web...
  7. Criminal websites are taken down
  8. First portable malware intelligence system
  9. Nuke the Box: Push Underway to Clean up 300,000 PCs With DNS Virus
  10. Sophos: 20 Percent Of Macs Hide A Chlamydia-Like Risk For Windows PCs
  11. CISPA Amendment Would Give DHS Unprecedented Access to Web Traffic
  12. Microsoft Security Essentials 4 Now Available to Download
  13. FBI: Computers Infected w/ DNSChanger Trojan Lose Internet Access July
  14. Analysis: Flashback Spread Via Social Engineering, Then Java Exploits
  15. Fake "Steam Cracker" steals user credentials
  16. 5 Reasons the CISPA Cybersecurity Bill Should Be Tossed
  17. Mozilla Blocks Java in Firefox for Some Mac Users
  18. Understanding MS Anti-Malware Softwae
  19. Apple, Oracle, Google Lead Major Vendors with Software Vulnerabilities
  20. Phishers Up to Their Old Ways Using New Tricks, ESET Warns
  21. New version of Sabpab Mac Trojan emerges, spread via Word documents
  22. Verizon Business DataBase Investigative Report 2012
  23. The malware numbers game: how many viruses are out there?
  24. Kaspersky Lab Suspends Buggy Flashback Removal Tool
  25. New targeted Mac OS X Trojan requires no user interaction
  26. New ransom threat
  27. Adobe warns of Reader X security holes (4/11/12)
  28. Sophos finds unauthorized RATs on server, takes partner portal offline
  29. Microsoft readies patch for gaping IE browser security holes
  30. Son of Stuxnet
  31. Doctor Web exposes 550,000 strong Mac botnet
  32. Malware Tricks Facebook users into exposing credit card details
  33. Critical Java hole being exploited on a large scale - Update
  34. Targeted domain controller attacks increase 150%
  35. MasterCard and Visa payment processor compromised, up to 10 million...
  36. Visa, MasterCard Security Breach
  37. MacControl Trojan Being Used in Targeted Attacks Against OS X Users
  38. Kaspersky Knocks Down Kelihos Botnet Again, But Expects Return
  39. Latest Flash Player streamlines update process 3/29/12
  40. Richard Clarke: China has hacked every major US company
  41. AVG Adds Do Not Track Feature to Free and Paid Antivirus Software
  42. Kaspersky PURE 2.0: commercial release (build
  43. A tad unethical?
  44. New wave of phishing attacks serves malware to PCs and Macs
  45. India: 112 government sites hacked in 3 months
  46. New Mac OS X Malware Variant
  47. 40% of U.S. Government Web Sites Fail Security Test
  48. Microsoft says hacking code could have leaked
  49. Microsoft Urges Users To Patch Critical Remote Desktop Vulnerability
  50. 30,000 Wordpress Sites Infected to Redirect to Fake AV Sites
  51. Adobe warns of 'critical' Flash Player security holes 3/6/12
  52. Bogus "Scan from a HP OfficeJet" notifications lead to malware
  53. XSS Flaw discovered in Skype’s Shop, user accounts targeted
  54. Nasty little app
  55. New Zeus/SpyEye makes bots function as C&C servers
  56. bad DNS servers to be shut down
  57. Report: Internet Explorer 9 leads in socially-engineered malware prote
  58. Adobe plugs critical holes in Shockwave Player
  59. Comcast/Xfinity Alureon alert
  60. Modern AV systems no use against THIS type of attack
  61. Credit Card Info May Have Been Swiped in Last Year's Steam Security Br
  62. Google expands security bug bounty program to Chrome OS
  63. Avast Introduces Streaming Updates with New Antivirus Software
  64. Adobe puts Firefox Flash plugin in the sandbox
  65. DDoS Attacks: Size doesn’t matter
  66. Avast false alarm hits Steam's weekend gamers
  67. New Digital Spam: How Bad Guys Try to Trick You; How to Avoid the Trap
  68. German Federal Office of Information Security recommends Chrome
  69. How the latest Malware avoids detection
  70. FileVault 2 easily decrypted, warns Passware
  71. A peek into the Sykipot campaigns
  72. Hackers pounce on just-patched Windows Media vulnerability
  73. O2 sends phone numbers to Web Sites
  74. Watch Out for Booby Trapped QR Codes, AVG Says
  75. Judge says defendant must decrypt files, Fifth Amendment not at issue
  76. Vulnerabilities Patched in McAfee SaaS for Total Protection
  77. College hit by viruses for 10 years.
  78. Zappos.com hacked, 24 million users affected
  79. Oracle to Patch Dozens of Security Flaws Tomorrow
  80. Chinese using malware to attack US DoD smart card security
  81. DNSChanger malware used till Nov.2011
  82. Symantec accused of using 'scareware' tactics
  83. Banks unite to battle online theft
  84. Zeus returns, SpyEye banking malware, Fake Kim Jong-il video
  85. Adobe Plans Critical Security Updates for Reader, Acrobat Next Week
  86. EFF: Don't use the new AOL Instant Messenger
  87. Patch Tuesday heads-up: Windows security holes
  88. A new, advanced cyber weapon
  89. Norton Users Beware !
  90. Ramnit Worm Goes Social, Steals 45,000 Facebook Passwords
  91. Mass SQL injection attack affects over 200,000 URLs
  92. Us old guys who HATE Facebook aren't always Dinosaurs.
  93. Japan develops virus to counter cyber-attacks: But can it be used?
  94. Major Flaw in Wi-Fi Protected Access Discovered
  95. It's Time to Get Rid of Java, Feels F-Secure
  96. Win7 64bit/
  97. Emerging Win7 x64 BSOD Vulnerability
  98. Web malware exploitation kits updated with new Java exploit
  99. Young employees frequently ignore IT policies
  100. Sykipot Trojan takes advantage of Adobe Reader zero-day flaw
  101. Patch Tuesday, Dec 13 2011
  102. Google-Funded Study Awards Security Crown to Chrome; Firefox last
  103. Reports Emerge of New Flash Vulnerabilities
  104. Microsoft releases Windows Defender Offline Beta.
  105. Delivering banking Trojan via malicious boot loaders
  106. Attackers Hit New Adobe Reader, Acrobat Flaw
  107. Fortinet Reveals Top 8 Security Predictions for 2012
  108. New Facebook worm spreading
  109. Java Continues to be Hackers' Darling
  110. Microsoft Security Essentials Beta Now Available to Download
  111. Hackers Now Likely to Set Your Printer on Fire from Afar, Researchers
  112. AV-Comparatives.org, bullying, censorship and financial deals with AV
  113. No, it isn't the Blaster Worm
  114. iTunes Malware Alert
  115. What are the World’s Worst Passwords?
  116. New Version of Stoned Bootkit Said to Bypass Windows 8 Secure Boot
  117. Hackers: Attack on City Water Station Destroys Pump
  118. Attackers Get Sneakier With Encrypted Malware
  119. Researchers Discover Link Between TDSS Rootkit and DNSchanger Trojan
  120. New MSE Beta on the way
  121. Fake Microsoft Office tool hides worm
  122. Flash Player dirty dozen: Adobe plugs code execution holes
  123. Beware: Steam Hacked, Database Containing Credit Card & Password Info
  124. Microsoft Security Advisory, Fraudulent Digital Certificates
  125. SCADA systems flaws exploited to open prison doors
  126. Feds: Cyber Criminals Hijacked 4 Million Computers
  127. Shockwave - Security update
  128. LastPass 1.8 released with support for Google Authenticator
  129. Security Bulletin Advance Notification for November, 2011
  130. Microsoft issues temporary 'fix-it' for Duqu zero-day
  131. ‘Socialbots’ Invade Facebook: Cull 250GB of Private Data
  132. Patch Tuesday: Fix for 'Duqu' zero-day not likely this month
  133. Windows kernel 'zero-day' found in Duqu attack
  134. Facebook says 600,000 account logins compromised every day
  135. Hackers attacked U.S. government satellites
  136. Security researcher finds major security flaw in Facebook
  137. Test your online security
  138. Four websites for testing browser security
  139. Quiz: Cisco tests your cybersecurity knowledge
  140. Watch out for DNS sub-domain hijacking
  141. World's Most Sophisticated Rootkit Is Being Overhauled
  142. H Bomb
  143. Flash Flaw Allows Remote Activation of Webcam, Mic
  144. Stuxnet 2.0? Researchers find new 'cyber-surveillance' malware threat
  145. Sexy women coax passwords out of hackers
  146. MSE Update Set For Oct 18 2011
  147. Microsoft Launches New Browser Security Test; Declares Themselves.....
  148. Online game trading - sometimes more than you bargained for
  149. MSRT October ’11: EyeStye
  150. Malvertising lifecycle case study 1--OpenX compromise on speedtest.net
  151. Microsoft Intelligence Report Downplays Prominence of Zero-Day Threats
  152. Zeus gets more sophisticated
  153. Computer virus hits US Predator and Reaper drone fleet
  154. Microsoft: October Patch Tuesday to Bring 23 Security Fixes
  155. If your PC picks up a virus, whose fault is it?
  156. Mozilla blocks McAfee Firefox extension, citing "explosive crashes"
  157. Beware of Fake iPhone 5 Emails Containing Malware
  158. Browsers tackle the 'BEAST' Web security problem
  159. Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 vs. Kaspersky, Avira, AVG, Symantec,
  160. Microsoft AV nukes Chrome browser (from The Reg)
  161. Windows Malware Infections Result from Outdated Software
  162. Polymorphic Malware Increased in September
  163. New AntiVirus Test Results Declares Best and Worst AntiMalwares
  164. Operation b79 (Kelihos) and Additional MSRT September Release
  165. Symantec: Scammers Spreading Malware Via Spoofed Scanner Attachments
  166. Rustock Case Update
  167. Google Developing Chrome Patch Protect Against TLS/SSL-Ravaging BEAST
  168. Adobe rushes out emergency fix for critical bug in Flash 9/21/11
  169. Researchers Break Open SSL/TLS Decryption
  170. Malware Hidden in Windows Help Files
  171. Mebromi: the first BIOS rootkit in the wild
  172. McAfee introduces anti-rootkit security beyond the OS
  173. Hackers Booby Trap uTorrent Downloads with Malware
  174. Morto: Not your average creepy-crawly worm
  175. Adobe to ship critical Reader, Acrobat patches September 13, 2011
  176. Bill Could Impose Stiff Fines on Companies With Lax Online Security
  177. 5 Reasons Why Your Life Will Be Miserable Without an Antivirus
  178. Security Bulletin Advance Notification for September, 2011
  179. Patch Tuesday arrives early, apparently by mistake
  180. Danger! Hackers Can Pwn Your Car
  181. Rent-a-Bot Networks Tied to TDSS Botnet
  182. Flash Cookies – Spyware By Any Other Name
  183. AVG Internet Security 2012 released
  184. Fraudulent Digital Certificates Could Allow Spoofing
  185. According to Microsoft there are Security Holes in Google and Apple ..
  186. Microsoft’s Malicious Software Removal Tool Focuses On Families – ....
  187. ICSA Labs to certify broadband home routers
  188. Have you been hacked this month?
  189. Improper SSL Implementations Leave Websites Wide Open to Attack
  190. Facebook releases official Security Guide
  191. SpyEye Trojan Code Leak Likely to Promote Rapid Proliferation
  192. Mass injection attack compromised 20,000+ domains, delivers fake AV
  193. Kaspersky: 12 different vulnerabilities detected on every PC
  194. Android malware masquerading as Google+ app
  195. With Kaspersky’s Free TDSSKiller You’ll Have A Fighting Chance
  196. IE9 blocks up to seven times more socially engineered malware
  197. Researchers Expose Cunning Online Tracking Service That Can’t Be Dodge
  198. Kaspersky Security Report Praises Windows, Gives Adobe the Stink Eye
  199. Who makes the best Windows security software? Surprise ...
  200. Patching Policy for x64-Based Systems
  201. The cyber crime tide is turning
  202. CSI:Sophos by Tavis Ormandy
  203. Cisco warns over warranty discs of EVIL
  204. Users turning off UAC put their PCs at risk, says Microsoft
  205. Why malware networks are beating antivirus software
  206. Researchers Find Chrome OS Vulnerability
  207. Why Hackers Write Computer Viruses
  208. A History of User Security That's Brought Us To Needing A New Approach
  209. Operation Shady RAT
  210. Microsoft tweaks location services in response to privacy fears
  211. Sophos Mid-Year Security Threat Report
  212. Skype + Facebook = critical security vulnerability
  213. Why Smart People Fall for Scams
  214. Understanding Encryption – What is Encryption?
  215. HTML5 Being Used to Set Persistent Cookies, Study Finds
  216. Counterfeit Windows XP Breeding Malware
  217. Facebook Launches Bug Bounty Program
  218. Does Windows Security Essentials Conflict with Other Security Tools?
  219. Trojan Tricks Victims Into Transfering Funds
  220. Avast: Windows XP Accounts for Nearly 75 Percent of Rootkit Infections
  221. Passware Kit Forensic Decrypts TrueCrypt Hard Disks in Minutes
  222. MS Security Essentials Client Update Package
  223. Secunia's Half Year Report for 2011
  224. Google:Two Million PCs Infected by Search Hijacking Malware
  225. The Universal Password?
  226. Google Finds Your Malware
  227. MS announces new anti-malware engine for 20 Jul 11
  228. IE9’s New Malware Blocking Features Leave Competition in the Dust
  229. Mozilla BrowserID The Better Single Signon Login Identification System
  230. Another Fixit-Diagnose and Fix Security Problems
  231. Stuxnet: the exhaustive 'final word' ?
  232. Critical vulnerability in Sun Java
  233. MS Security Center search results poisoned
  234. Twitter phishing attack spreads via Direct Messages
  235. Remove Windows Vista Fix (Uninstall Guide)
  236. Kaspersky warns of “indestructible” TDL-4 botnet
  237. 2011 CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors
  238. Hiloti Trojan downloader infection rates triple in UK
  239. Microsoft seeks patent for spy tech for Skype
  240. Kaspersky 'I Fear the Net Will Soon Become a War Zone'
  241. Cybercriminals Have Spent $250,000 Spreading TDSS Botnet
  242. Rootkit Infection Requires Windows Reinstall, Says Microsoft
  243. Microsoft Security Essentials 2.1.1116.0 Released
  244. G Data Survey: Users Don't Know Jack About Malware
  245. Avast to go mobile, get VPN
  246. Avast's virus lab relies on robust community
  247. Feds crack multi-million scareware ring
  248. Beware shortcuts for getting more followers on Twitter
  249. FBI Kills Coreflood Botnet Using Replacement Servers
  250. Another Rogue Security Program