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Latest News (Security)
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Microsoft sees all your HTTPS links in Skype, and you didn't know
High tech identity theft is less common than you think
IE8 zero-day exploit gets permanent fix on Patch Tuesday
German Federal Court decides Google auto-complete can violate privacy
Today is Password Day; McAfee suggests you change yours
US military green-lights secure version of Android for use by soldiers
CISPA is dead, again
PSA: Whatsapp messages and contacts stored with mobile number
Security certificate problems affect Bing.com
Lobbying group representing Microsoft and Google backs CISPA
Leak shows two-factor authentication is coming to Microsoft Accounts
First Windows 8 app security update release with Mail upgrade
420,000 node botnet made from insecure embedded devices
KeyScrambler Personal 188.8.131.52
Apple disables password resets after vulnerability discovered [Update]
UK Government rejects BlackBerry 10 for not being secure enough [Update: refutes "false and misleading claims"]
Study: Google's Chrome leads with most Windows vulnerabilities
USB Flash drive hack foiled by new Microsoft security patch
After 6 months, Apple finally patches App Store vulnerability
Trend Micro claims 1 in 10 Android apps are malware
Apple trolls Android users on security, tells them to "be safe out there"
Twitter's secret auth keys exposed, allows for token circumvention
Evernote asks you to do what they said you shouldn't
Evernote latest to be hacked, passwords reset
Two more zero-day vulnerabilities in Java, seemingly
NYPD has a group dedicated to recovering stolen iPhones
Microsoft also falls to malware, small number of PCs affected
Shanghai could be home to secretive Chinese hackers
Apple was hacked, small number of Macs infected
KeyScrambler 3.0 provides real-time anti-keylogging protection for Windows 8
iOS 6.1 bug allows user to bypass Lockscreen security code
Microsoft Security Essentials fails another antivirus test
BlackBerry to crush app malware with help from Trend Micro
Twitter might start using two-factor authentication
Twitter hacked, up to 250,000 accounts compromised
The United States is a hive for botnets
Android malware to reach 1 million cases in 2013
Less than a week after fix, Java is broken yet again
Nokia's official cases for Lumia 920 coming soon
Google has a solution to the password problem
Microsoft Security Essentials fails AV-Test certification (again)
USA Today publishes misleading editorial on Windows 8 security
Disable Java, warns US government
Simple Android Backup brings backups to non-rooted phones
Microsoft: Ingenious Windows RT jailbreak poses no security threat
Microsoft gives more info on securing Windows 8 apps
Microsoft's security head gives predictions for 2013's malware
FBI announces arrest of 10 people over Butterfly Botnet
Windows passwords easily guessed by 25-GPU server
Apple starts taking security seriously, hires former Vista hacker
Flaw discovered allowing anyone to upgrade BT phone packages
Cracking and pirating Windows Store apps is now possible
Activation flaw gifts pirates legitimate Windows 8
Old malware on Google Docs updated to mess with Windows 8
Dutch gamer charged with hacking an MMO in 2007 and 2008
Has a teenage hacker created Windows Phone 8 Malware?
Any Skype account can be hijacked with just an email address, Microsoft already on the case
Windows 8 defeated 85% of malware out of the box
Skype gives 16 year old's private info to security firm
Kaspersky Lab: Microsoft software products pretty darn secure
Broadcom chip in iPhone, Ford Edge, others, vulnerable to attack
The 25 most popular passwords of 2012
Kaspersky Labs building their own OS
New Zealand government suffers major data breach
Facebook: “There has not been a hack of Facebook”
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