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Microsoft detects new malware targeting Apple computers – Computerworld

Over on the post “Microsoft detects new malware targeting Apple computers – Computerworld” contains this text: “Skip the navigation Computerworld White Papers Webcasts Newsletters Solution Centers Events Magazine Twitter Facebook RSS Topics News In Depth Reviews Blogs Opinion Shark Tank IT Jobs More IT Verticals Security App Security|Business Continuity|Cybercrime and Hacking|DRM and Legal Issues|Data Security|Malware […]

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Windows Remote Desktop worm “Morto” spreading – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab

Over on the post “Windows Remote Desktop worm “Morto” spreading – F-Secure Weblog : News from the Lab” contains this text: ” <<< Sunday, August 28, 2011 >>>   Windows Remote Desktop worm “Morto” spreading Posted by Mikko @ 13:23 GMT | Comments We don’t see that many internet worms these days. It’s mostly just […]

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Enterprise Security Today | Pentagon Discloses Largest-Ever Cybertheft

  Over on the post “Enterprise Security Today | Pentagon Discloses Largest-Ever Cybertheft” contains this text: ” Pentagon Discloses Largest-Ever Cybertheft By Robert Burns and Lolita C. Baldor July 18, 2011 7:50AM The Defense Department has revealed that 24,000 files containing Pentagon data were stolen from a defense industry computer network in a single intrusion […]

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Botnet Called ‘Practically Indestructible’ – Computerworld

  Over on the post “Botnet Called ‘Practically Indestructible’ – Computerworld” contains this text: “Massive botnet ‘indestructible,’ say researchers By Gregg Keizer July 18, 2011 06:00 AM ET1 Comment Computerworld – A new and improved botnet that has infected 4.5 million Windows PCs is “practically indestructible,” security researchers say. TDL-4, the name for both the […]

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Enterprise Security Today | Security Experts Warn of Microsoft Bluetooth Vulnerability

Over on the post “Enterprise Security Today | Security Experts Warn of Microsoft Bluetooth Vulnerability” contains this text: “Security Experts Warn of Microsoft Bluetooth Vulnerability By Jennifer LeClaire July 13, 2011 1:07PM There’s danger on the wireless front, in the form of a Bluetooth stack vulnerability. Amid an otherwise mild Patch Tuesday for Microsoft, security […]

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Symantec scraps RSA tokens – Web/client – SC Magazine Australia – Secure Business Intelligence

  Over on the post “Symantec scraps RSA tokens – Web/client – SC Magazine Australia – Secure Business Intelligence” contains this text: “Symantec scraps RSA tokens By Darren Pauli on Jul 8, 2011 2:16 PM Filed under Web/client Managed Security Services? customers “encouraged” to dump RSA. inShare Comment Now and 3 Reactions Symantec has begun […]

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what happens when airlines merge…or why no ones cares once they get your cash

So the story goes something like this. bout airplane tickest a while ago…..great priceDay before try to get 2 seats together  online at check in…. That did not happen, normal not a big deal.but this time the wife is in a walking boot for her ankle and the kid always flys next to the wife. […]

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EU ministers seek to ban creation of ‘hacking tools’ – Computerworld

And next it will be books because they teach you how to create…..so therefore they allow you to create hacking tools Over on the post “EU ministers seek to ban creation of ‘hacking tools’ – Computerworld” contains this text: “EU ministers seek to ban creation of ‘hacking tools’ By Jennifer Baker June 15, 2011 07:27 […]

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Microsoft plugs 34 holes; Adobe fixes Flash Player bug | InSecurity Complex – CNET News

  Over on the post “Microsoft plugs 34 holes; Adobe fixes Flash Player bug | InSecurity Complex – CNET News” contains this text: “Microsoft plugs 34 holes; Adobe fixes Flash Player bug by Elinor Mills Share 18 comments Microsoft released 16 security bulletins today fixing 34 holes, including critical holes in Windows, SMB Client and […]

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The top 10 passcodes you should never use on your iPhone | Naked Security

  Over on the post “The top 10 passcodes you should never use on your iPhone | Naked Security” contains this text: by Graham Cluley on June 14, 2011 | Comments (5) FILED UNDER: Privacy, Apple, Mobile, Data loss, Featured Are you one of the many people who is using a dangerously easy-to-guess passcode on […]

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