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Beware of Apple ID Confirmation Phishing Email Attacks!
Beware of Apple ID Confirmation Phishing Email Attacks!
Most of the email I receive asking me to validate and verify my account details with an online site are clearly either legit or a lame attempt at a phishing attack, an attempt to trick me into revealing private information. …
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Mobile Hardware Security Estimated To Earn $1 Billion This Year
Mobile Hardware Security Estimated To Earn $1 Billion This Year
As the world becomes more connected, the inherent security flaws in our global network have been highlighted by security professionals, criminals, and national governments alike. With software security still struggling to stay ahead of hackers and government mandates, more and …
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Confirmed: Yahoo Ads Were Spreading Malware To Users
Confirmed: Yahoo Ads Were Spreading Malware To Users
Yahoo confirmed that it was running advertisements that were spreading malware on some of its sites. While this is apparently in the past now, the company acknowledged and confirmed reports that this took place on Friday.
Updated Section 9 Security Policy: An Apple ID Scam?
Updated Section 9 Security Policy: An Apple ID Scam?
I received email from Apple that I’d “violated section 9 of their security code” and that I needed to revalidate my temporarily frozen account. I’m suspicious, what’s this email all about?
Internet Explorer 9 Reaches End Of Life For Google Apps
Internet Explorer 9 Reaches End Of Life For Google Apps
Are you still using Internet Explorer 9? It’s not exactly a dead browser yet as Microsoft still officially supports it, but Google Apps has turned its back on it.
Yahoo Under Fire For ‘Reckless’ Email ‘Scheme’
Yahoo Under Fire For ‘Reckless’ Email ‘Scheme’
Yahoo continues to come under fire over its recycling of old email addresses and user IDs. Back in June, the company announced its plans to give old, inactive IDs to current users who wanted better email addresses.
NSA To Release Phone Surveillance Documents Thanks To FISA Court Order
NSA To Release Phone Surveillance Documents Thanks To FISA Court Order
Since early June, the U.S. government has been slowly opening up about the NSA’s numerous surveillance programs in response to a number of leaks from former NSA contractor Edward Snowden. Some civil liberty groups, however, think that the government isn’t …
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Mobile Security Industry Growth To Explode
Mobile Security Industry Growth To Explode
As more of society’s computing tasks move to mobile platforms, businesses now face new security challenges. As the security industry steps up to meet these challenges, the market for mobile security will be a growth segment for years to come. …
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New Developments On Web Security Introduced By Mozilla
New Developments On Web Security Introduced By Mozilla
Make no mistake about it, Mozilla is committed to making the web a safer place for its users. Although browser security remains somewhat dubious–all of the main browsers perform well in various security tests tests, although, questions about NSA backdoors …
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New Cybersecurity Bill Finally Drafted By Senate
New Cybersecurity Bill Finally Drafted By Senate
Earlier this year, the House proved yet again that it doesn’t care about your privacy by passing CISPA. The controversial cybersecurity bill would let the government and private companies easily share information to counter cyber threats. Now the Senate has …
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