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Spanish train disaster exploited by sick malware authors
Sick-minded malware authors are taking advantage of people's interest in Spain's worst train accident since the 1940s to spread their attacks.
Beware! Fake CNN Breaking News emails spread malware attack
If you receive an unsolicited email containing breaking news, apparently from an organisation like CNN, be on your guard.
It may be that online criminals are attempting to infect your computer.
Shock! Horror! Surprise! Yes, some Royal Baby malware has been discovered
Online criminals have attempted to take advantage of the royal birth, security researchers have discovered.
KPMG found leaking data, as it criticises every single company in the FTSE 350 for doing the same
Using simple internet search tools, KPMG's team discovered that every single company in the FTSE 350 is leaking data online. Something which could put a business at risk.
So how well does KPMG itself handle this kind of thing? Oh, the irony...
Viber has been hacked by the Syrian Electronic Army
The Syrian Electronic Army has hacked Viber, and published information about its users.
Hackers hit Lakeland with “sophisticated and sustained attack”, passwords reset
Kitchenware store Lakeland has emailed customers telling them that hackers managed to gain unauthorised access to its web systems and databases late last week.
Gun-wielding penguin promises not to leak 1.8 million passwords stolen from Ubuntu Forums
"If I do get into a website, most of the time there's no REAL malicious intentions," says hacker Sputn1k_.
The passive aggressive password strength meter
This website has a caustic collection of putdowns which will happily insult the quality of your passwords until the cows come home.
Was Ibrahim Balic the man who “hacked” Apple’s Developer Center?
Computer security researcher Ibrahim Balic claims that he told Apple of a vulnerability in the Apple Developer Center that allowed him to retrieve information on more than 100,000 users... and he's not at all pleased to be branded an "intruder".
Apple admits Developer Center was hacked, after days of silence
Apple has been criticised for the length of time it has taken to acknowledge the security breach.
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