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Users are conditioned to avoid links and attachments, but the new marketing tool from Twitter will enforce risky behavior by influencing users to download apps directly from tweets.
Twitter announced that it is putting its MoPub acquisition to use by enabling Twitter marketers to promote and distribute mobile apps. There is a potential opportunity there, though, for attackers to exploit the system if users become conditioned to download apps from their Twitter feed without thinking. At face value, the move seems a good one for companies that market through the social media platform. According to a blog post from Twitter, t...
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Threat modeling is the foundation of secure software development. Microsoft just launched a new version of its free tool: Microsoft Threat Modeling Tool 2014.
Microsoft launched a new version of the Threat Modeling Tool that forms a crucial foundation for secure software development.
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I have known Stuart McClure for over a decade now, and I consider him one of my closer friends in the information security community. I respect what he is trying to do with Cylance, but I wanted to explore the man behind the myth a little for this interview.
If you are familiar with the world of computer and network security, there is a very good chance you are familiar with Stuart McClure. At the very least, the name probably rings a bell. I have actually known Stuart for over a decade now. We were doing ask-me-anything style chat sessions [...]
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Microsoft used to hold Office hostage--dangling it like a carrot to try and attract and keep customers on the Windows platform. Now, it has a new strategy to make sure you keep using Office no matter what device or operating system you choose.
Microsoft has adopted a new strategy for its Office productivity tools. Rather than holding Office hostage on Windows devices in an effort to attract customers, it will try and make the suite the default productivity choice no matter what platform or device people are using—including Chrome OS and Chromebooks. When Microsoft rolled out new and improved Office Online apps this week, it also published them in Google’s Chrome Web Store. The Office a...
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Disqus and ShareThis--two very popular apps for sharing content online--are both still vulnerable to Heartbleed according to Netskope.
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Choose your poison: iOS or Android? Small, medium, or large?

The first pic is an iPad Air on top of the 12.2-inch Samsung Galaxy Note Pro so you can see how much larger it really is.
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I like the best of both worlds. I have my iPad as my tablet and my note 2 as my phone. Until the next two hours when ill have my Xperia z2.
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HEARTBLEED! Run for your lives!!

For over a week now the information security world and media outlets have focused on the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL. It is a serious issue, but some of the stories are more hysteria than helpful.
Heartbleed has dominated tech headlines for a week now. News outlets, citizen bloggers, and even late-night TV hosts have jumped on the story, each amping up the alarm a little more than the last one. But while it’s true Heartbleed is a critical flaw with widespread implications, several security experts we’ve spoken with believe the sky-is-falling tone of the reporting is a bit melodramatic. “While this is technically a ‘big deal,’ the exposur...
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Good News: Windows XP use has declined dramatically in recent months.

Bad News: Hundreds of millions of users continuing to use Windows XP--putting themselves and the rest of the Internet at greater risk.
Many users finally migrated off of Windows XP in the weeks leading up to the expiration of support, but millions of XP systems are still in use by businesses and consumers.
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Hopefully my atm will suddenly spit out a bunch of cash at me.
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Microsoft partnered with Chef and Puppet Labs to bring DevOps tools and capabilities into the Azure cloud platform.
Microsoft announced partnerships with Chef and Puppet Labs—integrating two leading DevOps tools into the Azure cloud platform.
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The Web servers aren't the only things potentially vulnerable to Heartbleed. If your Web browser or Internet-connected devices rely on OpenSSL, they might be vulnerable to Reverse Heartbleed.
The Internet has been abuzz for the last week or so in response to the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL. While almost all of the attention has centered on patching Web servers and advising users to change their passwords, security researchers have discovered that individual client PCs and devices are also at risk thanks to "Reverse Heartbleed." Meldium, a cloud identity and access management service, shared details of the Reverse Heartbleed ...
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As President and Principal Analyst at Bradley Strategy Group I apply my years of technology experience in the field and behind the scenes to assist companies seeking a better understanding of the market landscape, and guidance in effectively meeting the needs of the market.

I am also a prolific writer. I have crafted white papers on a variety of technology subjects, and I am the Net Work columnist and blogger for PCWorld. I am an experienced information security professional, author, and speaker. Author / co-author of 10 books, and thousands of web and print articles.

I've been awarded the Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award in security for seven consecutive years, and I've been a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional) since 2002.
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Nokia Lumia Smartphones Are Disappointing | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

I am very impressed with Windows Phone 7.5, and had high expectations for the unveiling of Nokia Lumia smartphones.

BlackBerry Office 365 Is Win-Win for IT Admins | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

RIM announced plans for BlackBerry Office 365--a free hosted BlackBerry Enterprise Server service integrated with Microsoft's cloud-based Office 365.

Like it or Not, the iPad is a Kindle Killer | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

The iPad and Kindle are two very different devices, but ultimately the iPad wins through sheer versatility.

Amazon Kindle Tablet: Android Tablet or eReader on Steroids? | PCWorld B... - written by Tony Bradley

Amazon will soon reveal its Kindle Tablet, which could erase the line between e-readers and tablets.

Apple Feeling the Heat from iPad Competitors | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

Rumors suggest that Apple will soon offer the iPad through Target stores, and may rush the launch of a camera-equipped, FaceTime compatible iPad for the holiday

Google+, Day 21: The New and Improved +1 Button | PCWorld Business Center

Google has expanded the functionality of the +1 button beyond simple voting to include easily sharing content from outside sites with my Cir

Adobe Partners to Deliver Flash Content to iPhone and iPad | PCWorld Bus... - written by Tony Bradley

Adobe has partnered with Greystripe to deliver Flash content on iPhone and iPad devices.

No, HP Is Not Reviving the TouchPad | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

HP may be cranking out one last batch of TouchPad tablets to meet the fire sale demand, but don't take that as a hint that HP is reconsidering getting out of

Epsilon Fallout: What Happened to Not Sharing My Information? | PCWorld ... - written by Tony Bradley

One of the biggest questions I have in the wake of the Epsilon data breach is "who the hell is Epsilon and why did they have my email address?"

T-Mobile iPhone will Change the Wireless Game | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

If reports that T-Mobile may get the Apple iPhone are true, AT&T and other wireless providers better be prepared to get scrappy and fight harder to get and

Syncing iCloud with Windows and Outlook | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

iCloud is primarily Apple and iOS-centric, but it does sync up nicely with Microsoft Windows and Outlook as well using the iCloud Control Panel for Windows tool

Dot-XXX Domain Won't Clean Up the Web | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

ICANN has approved XXX as a top-level domain, but don't expect it to reduce the amount of adult material available on other domains.

Square Credit Payment System Could be the End of Cash | PCWorld Business... - written by Tony Bradley

Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey is rolling out the Square credit payment system. The gadget could revolutionize business and put a nail in the coffin of cash

What Google's Rubin Doesn't Understand about Siri | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

Android chief Andy Rubin says your smartphone shouldn't be your personal assistant, but he may be underestimating the power of Siri.

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iOS 4.1 to Finally Fix iPhone 4 Proximity Sensor | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

Apple is set to release iOS 4.1 next week and finally resolve the proximity sensor issue plaguing many iPhone 4 users.

Windows Phone 7, Day 23: The Camera Isn't Just for Pictures | PCWorld Bu... - written by Tony Bradley

Taking pictures with the smartphone camera is so yesterday. "Mango" adds cool features by putting the camera to work.

Firefox 6: Four Reasons Not to Upgrade | PCWorld Business Center - written by Tony Bradley

Firefox 6 is here, which makes your version 5 browser obsolete. Here are four reasons you should avoid Firefox 6--and maybe abandon Mozilla's browser altogether

Windows Phone 7, Day 10: Outfitting My "Mango" with Apps | PCWorld Busin... - written by Tony Bradley

The mobile OS itself has to capable enough, but when push comes to shove it is the apps that I use to on a day to day basis that make or break my smartphone