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Death Age Facebook virus hoax spreads across social network
A new virus hoax is spreading on Facebook, shared by well-intentioned users who believe they are warning their friends and family about a threat - but, in reality, are just adding to the noise.
How to stop Google using your face and name in adverts
Google is going to allow companies to use your name and face as an endorsement in adverts.
Here's how to stop it.
Facebook removes privacy for users who wanted to be “unsearchable”
Facebook is removing an option that has protected the privacy of some users - who didn't want complete strangers to be able to look them up by name.
It's the latest erosion of privacy forced upon users by the social network.
Metasploit website hijacked by pro-Palestinian hackers… via fax
Rapid7's Metasploit is the latest high profile website to fall foul of a pro-Palestinian group of hackers, who hijacked its DNS records.
And it seems the hackers used an old-fashioned fax message to commit their crime.
Vigilance saves Avast anti-virus from having its website pwned
It has been revealed that WhatsApp, AVG and Avira weren’t the only companies to be targeted by a pro-Palestinian hacking gang this week.
Find out how human vigilance saved one security company's bacon.
“Androids are more secure than iPhones,” says Google chairman Eric Schmidt. What do you think?
Eric Schmidt says that Android devices are more secure than iPhones.
Schmidt, it must be admitted, might not be entirely impartial. Have your say about the relative merits of each operating system.
Critical security updates for users of Microsoft and Adobe software
Patch Tuesday has been and gone, which means that if you're responsible for the security of the computers in your office - or the ones you use at home - it's time to update your systems once again.
Suspected Blackhole Exploit Kit mastermind arrested
No tears will be lost if the authorities really do have the author of the Blackhole Exploit Kit in custody.
WhatsApp website attacked by hackers, goes offline
Popular smartphone messaging app WhatsApp has had its website hacked by a pro-Palestinian group.
AVG and Avira anti-virus websites attacked by pro-Palestinian hackers
The websites of AVG and Avira, developers of some of the world's most popular free anti-virus products, appear to have been hacked by a pro-Palestinian group.
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