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for: ‘March, 2011’

Testing confirms Samsung keylogger rumour just a false alarm

Keep calm and carry on
Updated Antivirus testers have backed up Samsung’s protestations that the detection of keylogging software on brand-new Samsung laptops was just a false alarm.…

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LizaMoon mass-injection attack reaches epidemic proportions

iTune URLs and 380,000 other pages poisoned
Malware writers are using website vulnerabilities to inject malicious scripts into thousands of websites as part of an ambitious attack ultimately designed to redirect surfers to a site pimping rogue anti-vir…

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RIM: No BlackBerry Messenger on iOS in April

Research in Motion has shot down a wild rumor that its BlackBerry messaging app would be available on iOS starting April 26.

The rumor started Tuesday night when a poster at the MacRumors forums said she had attended a social media conference in Toron…

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Samsung to probe spyware claims

Samsung is to investigate a security professional’s claim that it installed software capable of recording most computer activities on at least some models of its notebook models.

The researcher, Mohamed Hassan of NetSec Consulting in Toronto, w…

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Apple releases Mac OS X 10 Lion Developer Preview 2 to developers

Apple on Wednesday released the second developer preview of its upcoming Mac OS X Lion operating system due this summer, but contrary to recent reports, the pre-release software is not a Gold Master.

The beta software, labeled Mac OS X Lion Developer …

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IEEE member database hacked

A hacker stole the credit card details of over 800 members of the IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) last December, according to its law firm. 

A team of IEEE-appointed forensic investigators “concluded that a file conta…

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NASA Servers At High Risk Of Cyber Attack

The network NASA uses to control the International Space Station and Hubble Telescope has unpatched vulnerabilities that could be exploited over the Internet, NASA’s inspector general warned in a new report.

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Pwned by Phone – Vulnerabilities in Apple’s iPhone and Next Generation Mobile Networks

On the 17th till the 20th of May the Grand Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam will be home to the second annual Hack In The Back deep knowledge security conference, HITB2011AMS. Bringing together a unique mix of security professionals, researchers, law enforcem…

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Pwned by Phone – Vulnerabilities in Apple’s iPhone and Next Generation Mobile Networks

On the 17th till the 20th of May the Grand Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam will be home to the second annual Hack In The Back deep knowledge security conference, HITB2011AMS. Bringing together a unique mix of security professionals, researchers, law enforcem…

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Creepy app warns of an end to privacy

Creepy is a software package for Linux or Windows – with a Mac OS X port in the works – that aims to gather public information on a targeted individual via social networking services in order to pinpoint their location. It’s remarkably efficient at its…

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