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Millions knocked offline in US by Time Warner Cable fault

A fault with Time Warner Cable’s network left millions of people cut off from the internet in the US. The firm said the problem affected customers in all 29 of the states in which it offered broadband connections. The problem started in the early hours of Wednesday morning, which will have limited its effect. Many […]

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The UPS Store says malware found on systems of 51 stores | Security – InfoWorld

Over on the post “The UPS Store says malware found on systems of 51 stores | Security – InfoWorld” The UPS Store says malware found on systems of 51 stores Names, postal, and email addresses and payment card data may have been exposed By Jeremy Kirk | IDG News Service Print|Add a commentinShare1 The UPS […]

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Heartbleed Implicated In US Hospital Leak – Darknet – The Darkside

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How Vulnerable Are You To The Latest IE 0-Day? | Tenable Network Security

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Browlock Goes Russian – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab

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Microsoft Scrambles to Fix Massive IE Security Bug

Over on the post “Microsoft Scrambles to Fix Massive IE Security Bug” contains this text: “Microsoft has warned that every version of Internet Explorer is vulnerable to a major attack that could provide hackers with complete access to a computer. The vulnerability, which affects versions six through 11 of the browser, is particularly bad for […]

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Sirkorski Demonstrates Unmanned Black Hawk

Over on the post “Sirkorski Demonstrates Unmanned Black Hawk” contains this text: “In cooperation with the U.S. Army, Sikorsky Aircraft Corp., successfully flew an unmanned Black Hawk helicopter recently in an effort to provide autonomous cargo delivery to soldiers on the battlefield. The Optionally Piloted Black Hawk Demonstrator, known as Sikorsky’s Manned/Unmanned Resupply Aerial Lifter […]

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F-35 Stealth Questions Bring Back B-2 Memories

Over on the post “F-35 Stealth Questions Bring Back B-2 Memories” contains this text: “Boeing’s recent strategy to question the effectiveness of the F-35’s stealth capabilities against the latest air defense radars brings to mind similar questions that were raised about another expensive next generation stealth aircraft about 13 years ago. In 1991, Pentagon tests […]

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Yet more encryption black mail ware

There is a third criminal ransomware gang ramping up their attacks. The malware is called CryptorBit, (also known as HowDecrypt), and follows a very similar attack process as CryptoLocker and CryptoDefense, but the malware corrupts the first 512 or 1024 bytes of any data file it finds, regardless of extension. It also seems to be […]

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U.S. Plans to Build a Stealth Dirt Bike | Defense Tech

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