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  1. Microsoft tweaks location services in response to privacy fears
  2. Sophos Mid-Year Security Threat Report
  3. Skype + Facebook = critical security vulnerability
  4. Why Smart People Fall for Scams
  5. Understanding Encryption – What is Encryption?
  6. HTML5 Being Used to Set Persistent Cookies, Study Finds
  7. Counterfeit Windows XP Breeding Malware
  8. Facebook Launches Bug Bounty Program
  9. Does Windows Security Essentials Conflict with Other Security Tools?
  10. Trojan Tricks Victims Into Transfering Funds
  11. Avast: Windows XP Accounts for Nearly 75 Percent of Rootkit Infections
  12. Passware Kit Forensic Decrypts TrueCrypt Hard Disks in Minutes
  13. MS Security Essentials Client Update Package
  14. Secunia's Half Year Report for 2011
  15. Google:Two Million PCs Infected by Search Hijacking Malware
  16. The Universal Password?
  17. Google Finds Your Malware
  18. MS announces new anti-malware engine for 20 Jul 11
  19. IE9’s New Malware Blocking Features Leave Competition in the Dust
  20. Mozilla BrowserID The Better Single Signon Login Identification System
  21. Another Fixit-Diagnose and Fix Security Problems
  22. Stuxnet: the exhaustive 'final word' ?
  23. Critical vulnerability in Sun Java
  24. MS Security Center search results poisoned
  25. Twitter phishing attack spreads via Direct Messages
  26. Remove Windows Vista Fix (Uninstall Guide)
  27. Kaspersky warns of “indestructible” TDL-4 botnet
  28. 2011 CWE/SANS Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors
  29. Hiloti Trojan downloader infection rates triple in UK
  30. Microsoft seeks patent for spy tech for Skype
  31. Kaspersky 'I Fear the Net Will Soon Become a War Zone'
  32. Cybercriminals Have Spent $250,000 Spreading TDSS Botnet
  33. Rootkit Infection Requires Windows Reinstall, Says Microsoft
  34. Microsoft Security Essentials 2.1.1116.0 Released
  35. G Data Survey: Users Don't Know Jack About Malware
  36. Avast to go mobile, get VPN
  37. Avast's virus lab relies on robust community
  38. Feds crack multi-million scareware ring
  39. Beware shortcuts for getting more followers on Twitter
  40. FBI Kills Coreflood Botnet Using Replacement Servers
  41. Another Rogue Security Program
  42. How a free breakfast day at McDonalds can lead to malware danger
  43. Google's Chrome Frame Lets IE Users Bypass Sysadmins
  44. Brief Dropbox Error Allowed Access to Anyone's Account
  45. Outlook Users Be Aware
  46. Is your Mac Safe?
  47. New Trojan Targets Bitcoin Wallets
  48. Microsoft Claims Victory Over Autorun Malware
  49. Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus
  50. New Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 Antimalware Engine Next Week
  51. Interesting Snowflake Worm:Win32/SnowFlake.A
  52. Support.com Acquires SUPERAntiSpyware
  53. Ever wondered how scammers get your email address?
  54. ESET NOD32 V5 and ESET Smart Security V5 RC now available
  55. Cyber-Attackers Taking Aim at Cloud and Virtualized Environments
  56. Adobe readies ‘critical’ PDF Reader Patch Tuesday
  57. Citi says hackers access bank card data
  58. Fake Microsoft Update page
  59. Symantec Australia to shutter software unit
  60. New Malware Targets 64-Bit Windows
  61. Adobe - another update released for XSS vulnerability
  62. NEW: Threats and Countermeasures Guide
  63. Firefox now targeted for scareware
  64. Google: Hundreds of Gmail accounts in U.S., Asia hacked
  65. Fake AV Infections - A rapidly growing threat
  66. New Malwarebytes 1.51 version released
  67. Microsoft System Sweeper
  68. Windows is tougher to hack than you think
  69. Is Chrome OS An Impregnable Fortress? Not According to Trend Micro
  70. New malware scanner finds 5% of Windows PCs infected
  71. Hotmail Targeted by Zero-Day Attack
  72. Microsoft latest security risk: "Cookiejacking"
  73. Microsoft finds 427K email addresses on knocked-out Rustock server
  74. Another Comodo SSL registrar hacked
  75. VIPRE (who?) tops anti-virus repair test while Microsoft disappoints
  76. Security researcher slams Microsoft over IE9 malware blocking stats
  77. Rootkit Banker - now also to 64-bit
  78. BitDefender Total Security 2012 BETA
  79. Firefox add-on with 7m downloads can invade privacy
  80. New Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 Antimalware Engine Released
  81. New version of EMET is now available
  82. Microsoft: One in 14 Downloads Come Laced with Malware
  83. Fakefrag Trojan paves way for rogue defragmenter
  84. Good News on the Malware front for Wiondows Seven
  85. Win7 infection rate 5x lower than WinXP
  86. Fake Microsoft Patch Tuesday emails lead to ZeuS crimeware
  87. Sunspot financial malware targets Windows
  88. How Google Spies on Your Gmail Account (And How To Stop It)
  89. Security Group Claims to Have Subverted Google Chrome’s Sandbox
  90. ESET Smart Security 5 Beta
  91. Silently Pwning Protected-Mode IE9 and Innocent Windows Applications
  92. LastPass resets passwords following possible hack
  93. Microsoft Security Essentials ranked second last in AV-Test's
  94. SysInternals Tools Updated
  95. TDL4 bootkit reinstates 64-bit infection capability
  96. FBI vs. Coreflood botnet: round one goes to the Feds
  97. Google adds Flash cookie protection to Chrome
  98. Mobile Scareware Spotted in the Wild
  99. Microsoft Warns of 'Modern Warfare 2' Phishing Attacks
  100. A Second MSRT Release in April
  101. New PDF Exploit Hiding Technique Tricks Antivirus Engines
  102. Skype for Android Security Flaw: What You Need to Know
  103. Ashampoo Data Breach
  104. Microsoft Launches MSVR - reports Chrome flaws
  105. Secunia PSI Release
  106. SpywareBlaster Update
  107. New version of Wireshark Released
  108. Microsoft Security ScannerOn
  109. Adobe releases emergency update for Flash Player
  110. Adobe to fix Flash Player hole this week
  111. Security advisory: Fraudulent digital certificates could allow spoofin
  112. New scam detected by F-Secure
  113. Adobe warns of new Flash Player zero-day attack
  114. New fake antivirus accepts SMS payments
  115. IE9-exploit holes in Windows 7 SP1 lays bare
  116. Microsoft to fix 64 vulnerabilities in bumper April Patch Tuesday
  117. Epsilon data breach, who may be affected.
  118. OPSWAT Q1 2011 Security Software Market Share
  119. Malicious download protection coming to Google Chrome
  120. Microsoft Helps Again!!
  121. SurfRight and Sitecom introduce Sitecom Cloud Security
  122. Mass SQL injection attack leads to scareware
  123. Microsoft Blames Poor Development Practices For Security Risks
  124. McAfee's website full of security holes
  125. AV's Driving you mad?
  126. MySQL.com hacked via... SQL injection vuln *facepalm*
  127. Fraudulent digital certificates - Hackers exploit chink in Web's armor
  128. Microsoft warns: Fraudulent digital certificates issued for high-value
  129. New Hacker Trick Ducks Anti-Phishing Measures in Firefox, Chrome
  130. Ask an MVP about: Home PC Security
  131. Malware Win32/Renocide – Killed by Microsoft
  132. Google Chrome Patched Against Zero-Day Flash Vulnerability
  133. Malicious Japan quake spam leads to scareware
  134. Taking Down Botnets: Microsoft and the Rustock Botnet
  135. March Patch Tuesday didn't address MHTML vulnerability
  136. Critical Flash flaw won't be fixed until next week
  137. Secure Your SmartPhone
  138. Patch Tuesday: Gaping security hole in Windows Media Player
  139. Report: malicious PDF files becoming the attack vector of choice
  140. A Very Serious Threat
  141. Google yanks infected Android apps
  142. LastPass XSS vulnerability found
  143. New Banking Trojan Targets All Major Browsers
  144. Microsoft fixes hole in its antivirus engine
  145. Memory Scraping Malware Goes After Encrypted Private Information
  146. Dealing with Rootkits
  147. Researcher Identifies New Fast-Flux Botnet
  148. Researchers Find Serious RapidShare XSS Vulnerability
  149. Stay Malware Free (Hopefully!) – Scan With A “Live CD” Regularly
  150. Fake Avira rogue...
  151. Risks of Persistent Cookies
  152. U.S. Military's Cyber Chief Warns Of Eroding Technical Prowess
  153. New Phishing Scam Spotted on Facebook
  154. Your Smartphone: The Next Big Security Headache
  155. exploitability of the most recent Windows BROWSER protocol issue
  156. Sun Java by far the most vulnerable plug-in
  157. CIFS Browser Protocol Heap Corruption Vulnerability
  158. New Windows 0Day Vulnerability Disclosed in Public
  159. Most Vulnerable Applications and Operating Systems in 2010
  160. New Norton CyberCrime Index rates your risk
  161. Microsoft continues push for infected computers to be quarantined
  162. MS Downplays Zero-Day Flaw
  163. Timing is Everything for New Tax Malware Scam
  164. Oracle Java SE and Java for Business Critical Patch Update
  165. Intel puts greater security in the chip set
  166. SpyEye, the infostealing trojan leader
  167. Password reuse opens doors for cyber criminals
  168. Norton 360 Version 5
  169. Additional Fixes in Microsoft Security Bulletins
  170. Ubuntu Fixes Kerberos Bug With New Packages
  171. Find and Protect Forgotten Sensitive Information
  172. Hacked BBC streaming websites serve up malware
  173. Imageshack Swaps Spam Pages for Scam Alerts
  174. Fake 7 News Sites Leading to Work-at-Home Scams
  175. Intel pushes password-pumping mojo
  176. Password Reuse Is All Too Common, Research Shows
  177. Worm Celebrates 10th Anniversary
  178. Google increases security with two-step sign-in verification
  179. Microsoft Offers Insight into the Battle Against Zbot / Zeus
  180. Battling the Zbot Threat
  181. Microsoft removes Autorun feature
  182. Your guide to the seven types of malicious hackers
  183. Windows 7’s AutoRun Evolution Backported to XP and Vista Through .....
  184. Deeper insight into the Security Advisory 967940 update
  185. Another round of bots for MSRT
  186. Here’s a Super Simple Trick to Defeating Fake Anti-Virus Malware
  187. AV users still get infected with malware
  188. Facebook Clears Persistent HTTPS Setting Without Warning
  189. Facebook instant personalization: How to disable it, and why
  190. One in Three European Internet Users Infected with Malware in 2010
  191. ZeuS Development Might Continue as Source Code Offered for Sale
  192. Videogame developer defies hacker threat
  193. Spamvertised Xerox document themed malware campaign spreading
  194. MHTML 0-Day Vulnerability Won't be Patched Tomorrow
  195. Consumers urged to step up wireless security
  196. Microsoft’s Patch Cooking Process Details Shared with the World
  197. Prenotification Security Advisory for Adobe Reader and Acrobat
  198. Revisiting the SpyEye/ZeuS Merger
  199. Microsoft Security Bulletins and Advisories will be moving
  200. Hotmail introduces its latest anti-spam feature – Aliases
  201. Fix Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 Failed Installation Error
  202. Facebook Survey Scammers Adopt Fast Flux Techniques
  203. Runes of Magic publisher says it won't be blackmailed by hacker
  204. Google offering $20,000 for Chrome sandbox exploit
  205. Patch Tuesday heads-up: Critical flaws in Windows, Internet Explorer
  206. Free Service Targets XSS Bugs in Java Apps
  207. Are Mischievous Kids Responsible For Most DoS Attacks And Bots?
  208. Valentine’s Day = Cyber Crooks And Malware Love
  209. Seven Hints to Stay Safe Online
  210. PlentyofFish.com Hacked, Blames Messenger
  211. Fake Anti Virus raises a few brows.
  212. Kasperskys anti-virus source code leaks to torrent sites
  213. Zero day vulnerability found in Windows MHTML renderer
  214. Protect your privacy—wherever you go
  215. How to enable HTTPS/SSL encryption to secure your Facebook account
  216. Internet Explorer 9 protects against 99 percent of socially engineered
  217. Free Microsoft Security Essentials Holds Its Own Against Paid AV
  218. avast! 6.0 will provide no-hassle ‘virtualization’ to all users
  219. Conficker Working Group: Efforts To Fight Botnet A Mixed Bag
  220. Stuxnet marks the start of the next security arms race
  221. Consumer Statistics Survey – 50% Of Computer Users Lost Data In 2010
  222. Opera Hit by Critical 0-Day Vulnerability
  223. Numerous Phishing Emails with HTML Attachments in Circulation
  224. Upcoming Version of avast! Free Antivirus Will Feature Auto Sandboxing
  225. Circumventing SRP and AppLocker, By Design
  226. Thank you from Google, and Facebook personal messages lead to malware
  227. How Attackers Steal Your Data
  228. Facebook defends security strategy
  229. Passwords alone can't protect your network
  230. The state of Facebook security
  231. Don't Fear the Android Security Bogeyman
  232. Ready for Cyberwar?
  233. USB-Based Attack by Emulating Keyboards
  234. New Worm Leading to Rogue AV Is Spreading on Twitter
  235. How Popular Worldwide Is YOUR AV Application?
  236. Bohu Takes Aim at the Cloud.
  237. Social Networking Threats on the Rise
  238. Experts Weigh in on Cyber War Report
  239. Attack Toolkits and Malicious Websites
  240. Third-party apps: Bad news for security
  241. Keyless Systems on Cars Are Easily Hacked
  242. Twitter worm hits goo.gl, redirects to fake anti-virus
  243. First Microsoft Security Essentials 2.0 Update for the Antimalware Eng
  244. Phishers Trick RuneScape Players with Moderator Positions
  245. How a 'Perfect' Tech Security Storm Could Strike
  246. Cross-Platform Boonana Botnet Open for Anyone to Misuse
  247. IObit’s Advanced SystemCare Free 3.7 DOES NOT Install Spyware
  248. New Trojan Abuses Popular Remote Control Software
  249. Rogue Facebook apps can now access your home address and mobile phone
  250. Fake Anti-Virus Keygen Steals Software Keys