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Naked celebrities revealed by “iCloud hack”
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If you’re an eBay user, you should consider to change your password: http://bit.ly/1mXYjif
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Rik Ferguson, Global VP Security Research at Trend Micro, blogs about current security issues.
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New blog post: A blog post over at bitcoin.org alerts currency holders using an Android wallet to a serious underlying vulnerability that could leave their wallets open to would be thieves. Read more: http://bit.ly/13dL5qx
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The Q2 2103 Threat Report from Trend Micro lifts the old on the true state of the malicious Android app economy and offers interesting insights on a number of other critical info security trends this year. Read more: http://bit.ly/11JQ8vY
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New article: Compromised Facebook accounts are being used in new ways to make sure that Spam reaches its intended audience
Compromised Facebook accounts are being used in new ways to make sure that Spam reaches its intended audience. As I was sitting working away at my computer, an event notification popped up on my screen that confused me. OS Notification. This notification confused me for a number of reasons, ...
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Heartbleed isn’t only an oil spill on the internet and it doesn’t only affect web servers and HTTP traffic. Getting your internal systems patched or protected should be at the top of your to-do list when combatting targeted attacks: http://bit.ly/1et6ZvF
Heartbleed, the vulnerability which is the result of a coding error in the widely used OpenSSL encryption library has been hogging all the headline over the past few days, and rightly so, it represents a a huge risk to information security for consumers and businesses alike.
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Take a journey to the near future, a world in true Augmented reality where the citizens of a technologically advanced society enjoy every convenience, until disaster strikes. As the technology goes down, so do a lot of social barriers.
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Rik Ferguson is nominated for the Personal Contribution to IT Security Award!
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Digitally signing an email is a way of assuring the recipient that the content, while not encrypted, has not been modified in transit, it’s effectively a personal cryptographic certification of the content and attributes of the mail. If the “From:” address is re-written, for example a signed mail is sent to a distribution list and then forwarded on to each of the members of the list with a new “From:” address (usually the address of the list) then the contents will have been modified and the signature will no longer match. The same is true of any content within the mail, if it is intercepted and modified in transit, then the end-user should receive a warning that the signature no longer matches. In a post-PRISM world though, more people are beginning to pay attention to how they can secure their email communication completely from prying eyes. Simply signing will not achieve this, as mails not encrypted – merely “certified” – are still sent in the clear. Full-blown mail encryption is the answer, as Edward Snowden asserted in his recent Q&A, “Encryption works. Properly implemented strong crypto systems are one of the few things that you can rely on“.
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Rik Ferguson, Vice President Security Research at Trend Micro, blogs about current security issues.