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Over 20 security holes found in Windows, IE and other software. Patch now
Don't delay - patch your systems now...
Or risk falling victim to cybercriminals taking advantage of newly uncovered security flaws.
Hackers target Chinese supporters of the Dalai Lama, plant malware on Tibetan website
Stay away from the Chinese-language version of the Central Tibetan Administration's website, it's dropping spyware onto visiting computers.
Of course, it probably doesn't take a genius to work out who would have the greatest motive for spying on Chinese supporters of the Dalai Lama...
Kevin Bacon has his Twitter hacked – six degrees leads to something phishy
Beware of clicking that link tweeted out by Kevin Bacon - you could end up having your Twitter account phished.
Talking malware at the Millennium Dome
One of the world's biggest technology events comes to London.
Come see Graham Cluley talk about malware.
Southwest Airlines free tickets scams spread on Facebook
Scammers take advantage of human gullibility on Facebook.
Sadly, many users are all too easily duped into believing that they are helping their friends and loved ones win some free tickets to Las Vegas.
Suspected DDoS blackmailers arrested at Heathrow airport
British police have arrested two men in connection with an internet attack against an online gambling website.
Bitcoin wallets created on Android devices at risk of theft
A critical security vulnerability has been discovered in Android Bitcoin wallet apps that could leave users "vulnerable to theft".
Lavabit email service shuts down abruptly, blaming US government
Lavabit has abruptly decided to close its doors, claiming that it has been forced to do so rather than become "complicit in crimes against the American people."
Amazing Xerox scanner flaw can mangle numbers in your documents. Patch being developed
Xerox WorkCentre scanners have been found mixing up and mangling numbers in scanned documents - with potentially deadly results.
The Hand of Thief Linux banking Trojan being sold to criminals for $2000
Yet another reason why Linux users shouldn't be complacent about their computer security, and run an anti-virus program.
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