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European Central Bank website hacked; personal info stolen
Google drops OpenSSL in latest Chrome beta
Neobytes :) Want to avoid the NSA? Be like Germany and use a typewriter
Google launches Project Zero to counter security threats
Microsoft in talks to buy Israeli cybersecurity startup for $200m
CNET user database stolen by Russian hacking group, auctioned for $600
US increases international airport security, targeting electronic devices
Microsoft will patch two critical bugs on Tuesday
Security consultant condemns hotel booking site for "appalling" data leak
Malware is leaving power grids open to attack
Blackphone, the Android handset focused on privacy, begins shipping to buyers
Facebook manipulated 700,000 user posts for research paper
Microsoft puts an end to 'Patch Tuesday' email alerts
By Google's admission, up to five million Android users are plagued by malware
Security warning: Mediatek-based phones could be facing a potential security hole
Microsoft hopes to improve cybersecurity response time with Interflow
300k servers still vulnerable to Heartbleed
Android phones are now being sold with pre-installed malware
Windows XP still used by nearly one in five SMBs
P.F. Chang's experiences credit and debit card breach
Gmail had a simple flaw that allowed anyone to obtain every email address
Amazon to rival PayPal as payment middleman
New OpenSSL bug not as grave as Heartbleed, still bad for you
Truecrypt move to Switzerland, attempting a fork
Unencrypted cookies make WordPress accounts vulnerable over open networks
Microsoft warns against registry hack that allows Windows XP updates
Bug in ancient e-voting machines impact Belgium election
Outlook.com Android app exposing user data
Android security loophole lets apps take and upload pics without you knowing
KeyScrambler Personal 3.4
Microsoft: NSA and GCHQ are capable of monitoring 'secure' browsing using Tor
Google already receiving 'right to be forgotten' requests
NSA reportedly bugs some US made routers before they are shipped overseas
Twitter adds new password security options for accounts
Bitly says account credentials compromised, recommends changing password
iOS 7 flaw bypasses lock screen, lets anyone access your contact list
Enhanced Mitigation Experience Toolkit 4.1 Update 1
EFF uses a Badger to protect your privacy
Meet John McAfee's newest project: Chadder, a smartphone app that provides encrypted instant messaging
Microsoft: Fake tech support call scam "shows no signs of slowing down"
New Google technology can decipher CAPTCHA
Michaels becomes latest retailer hit with credit card data breach
LaCie admits to year-long security breach exposing credit card details
Google introduces continual on-device monitoring to fight malware-ridden apps
OpenSSL affected by "Heartbleed" zero-day vulnerability
California DMV compromised, credit cards breached
Facebook's security director joins Bitcoin exchange Coinbase
Vodafone Germany starts rolling out SIM card based encryption
Microsoft briefly stopped Windows development in February 2002 to focus on security
Apple's iCloud security feature in OSX is bypassed in just 70 lines of code
Serious vulnerability found in SSL/TLS on OS X Mavericks and iOS, easily exploitable [Update]
Kickstarter hacked, user info stolen
Microsoft asks people to "Do1Thing" for Safer Internet Day 2014
FBI warns of more cyber attacks like Target's
Cyber attack: 750,000 malicious emails traced back to hacked home appliances
Details of 20 million credit cards stolen and sold in South Korea; arrests made
Neobytes :) The winners are announced for worst passwords of 2013
Target is not alone: Neiman Marcus and others hacked
Teenager reported to police after reporting vulnerability in government website
Target: An additional 70 million people may be affected by recent security breaches
No critical security updates planned for Microsoft's next "Patch Tuesday"
Windows zero-day vulnerability targeted embassies, used email referencing Syrian civil war
U.S. Government: We can take your laptop and phone at the border
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