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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

Trojan checks into hotels and feasts on credit card information

Trojan checks into hotels and feasts on credit card information

Most popular Android game gets ruffled by malware

Most popular Android game gets ruffled by malware

The FBI resumes government surveillance proposal to counter its potential “Going Dark” problem triggered by technology advances.    Source:    The FBI is asking Internet companies not to oppose a controversial proposal that would require the firms, including Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, and Google, to build in backdoors for government surveillance.

The FBI resumes government surveillance proposal to counter its potential “Going Dark” problem triggered by technology advances. Source: The FBI is asking Internet companies not to oppose a controversial proposal that would require the firms, including Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, and Google, to build in backdoors for government surveillance.

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…

New Facebook spam-blocking mechanism allows users to set keyword blacklist for comments made on their profile.    Facebook has apparently started blocking comments it deems “irrelevant or inappropriate.” The social network appears to be analyzing comments before letting you post them. (Source: http://zd.net/JnE62g )

New Facebook spam-blocking mechanism allows users to set keyword blacklist for comments made on their profile. Facebook has apparently started blocking comments it deems “irrelevant or inappropriate.” The social network appears to be analyzing comments before letting you post them. (Source: http://zd.net/JnE62g )

Bouncers ask clubbers for social media IDs.    Some bouncers have been demanding people hand over their smartphones so they can check Facebook accounts, Newsbeat has been told.    http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/17930370#

Bouncers ask clubbers for social media IDs. Some bouncers have been demanding people hand over their smartphones so they can check Facebook accounts, Newsbeat has been told. http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/17930370#

“The Unknowns”, a recently surfaced hacker group, claims to have already compromised government websites. (Source: http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=12863)

“The Unknowns”, a recently surfaced hacker group, claims to have already compromised government websites. (Source: http://www.net-security.org/secworld.php?id=12863)

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.


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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 !

Cheats, Tricks, Tips & Guide for the Popular Android Game Hill Climb Racing: http://hillclimbracingcheats9.wordpress.com/2013/04/04/computer-game-cheats-how-computer-game-cheats-can-improve-your-gaming/

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Cybercrooks going green in 2012?

Cybercrooks going green in 2012?

Man in the browser attacks your online transaction

Man in the browser attacks your online transaction

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Have you heard about smishing or vishing threats on your mobile until now? Don't worry: we explained them in plain english in the attached link

Have you heard about smishing or vishing threats on your mobile until now? Don't worry: we explained them in plain english in the attached link

Clean Your App Permissions in 2 minutes  Try guessing how many apps have permissions to access your private information...   Clean the 8 most popular apps in 2 minutes!

Clean Your App Permissions in 2 minutes Try guessing how many apps have permissions to access your private information... Clean the 8 most popular apps in 2 minutes!

QR codes – next big thing or a fresh opportunity for internet criminals?    BullGuard lifts the lid on QR codes, and explains their potential to promote malware and other malicious content

QR codes – next big thing or a fresh opportunity for internet criminals? BullGuard lifts the lid on QR codes, and explains their potential to promote malware and other malicious content

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