Most popular Android game gets ruffled by malware

Most popular Android game gets ruffled by malware

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Zombie PCs join the BotNet horde. Conficker infests more than 8 million workstations

Zombie PCs join the BotNet horde. Conficker infests more than 8 million workstations

Photos of a scantily clad Australian woman from a Melbourne suburb lead to the arrest of her boyfriend

Photos of a scantily clad Australian woman from a Melbourne suburb lead to the arrest of her boyfriend

A 75-year old Swedish woman surfs the Internet by a 40 Gbit/second pipe. If you like it, stay tuned for more !

A 75-year old Swedish woman surfs the Internet by a 40 Gbit/second pipe. If you like it, stay tuned for more !

Western Americans can’t be sued for playing at work anymore

Western Americans can’t be sued for playing at work anymore

British military head of cybersecurity admits to hacking mess.    The British military's head of cybersecurity, Jonathan Shaw, admitted there have been a number of successful attacks into the Ministry of Defense's computer systems, according to the Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2012/may/03/hackers-breached-secret-mod-systems    http://news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-57427707-83/u.k-ministry-of-defense-tries-to-play-catch-up-with-hackers/

British military head of cybersecurity admits to hacking mess. The British military's head of cybersecurity, Jonathan Shaw, admitted there have been a number of successful attacks into the Ministry of Defense's computer systems, according to the Guardian. http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2012/may/03/hackers-breached-secret-mod-systems http://news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-57427707-83/u.k-ministry-of-defense-tries-to-play-catch-up-with-hackers/

IT security officials of the 2012 Olympics run worst-case scenarios to prepare for attacks.

IT security officials of the 2012 Olympics run worst-case scenarios to prepare for attacks.

Trojan checks into hotels and feasts on credit card information

Trojan checks into hotels and feasts on credit card information

Austrian police arrested a 15-year-old boy, the youngest hacker ever caught in the country

Austrian police arrested a 15-year-old boy, the youngest hacker ever caught in the country

Millions of smartphone users are rapidly adopting QR codes while remaining oblivious of the security risk they pose.    Although conventional mobile security software and URL filtering techniques may go a long way towards stopping mobile users from visiting infected sites, sheer weight of numbers means most smartphones remain completely vulnerable to new forms of attack. QR code-reading apps could provide a first line of security defence, but few have implemented security-specific…

Millions of smartphone users are rapidly adopting QR codes while remaining oblivious of the security risk they pose. Although conventional mobile security software and URL filtering techniques may go a long way towards stopping mobile users from visiting infected sites, sheer weight of numbers means most smartphones remain completely vulnerable to new forms of attack. QR code-reading apps could provide a first line of security defence, but few have implemented security-specific…

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