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Acai Berry spammers hack Twitter accounts to spread adverts

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A fresh coat of paint for the Sophos website

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Twitter Users Hit By More Phishing Attacks

Thursday wasn’t a good day for Twitter security: The site was rocked by two new phishing attacks that attempted to steal identities from a large number of users.

Read more in my article on the Dark Reading website.


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Podcast: Defeating hackers is hard

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Helsinki named Klingon-speaking capital of the world

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Adobe announces its own Patch Tuesday

Following increasing concern about hackers taking advantage of security vulnerabilities in Adobe’s PDF-reading software, the company has announced that it will be making security updates available on a regular schedule.


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Beware tvviter.com – video of a live Twitter phishing attack

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AMTSO to publish opinion on anti-virus tests and reviews

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Klingon Anti-Virus – the facts

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Bad news – it’s child’s play for anyone to recover your deleted Twitterings

Following last night’s discussion about British TV celebrity Jonathan Ross accidentally revealing his personal email address on Twitter (and how, despite his attempts to delete the Tweet, it’s still available for anyone to read) I’ve found out about an online service which makes it even easier to find those Tweets that all of us would


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Jonathan Ross email goof highlights Twitter security issue

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BBC film of remote Trojan horse attack

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Ford debunks $15,500 Fusion Hybrid email hoax

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Successes in cybercrime fight highlighted in SOCA report

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Mac Users Told To Hold Their Breath For PowerPoint Security Fix

Is Microsoft treating users of the Mac version of its PowerPoint software as second-class citizens? That’s the question some are asking following the release of a criticial security update for the popular presentation software. The problem? The patch was only for the Windows version.

Read more in my article on the Dark Reading website.


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Facebook becomes Phacebook as phishers launch attacks

Read more in my article at Naked Security.


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