Security threats

National E-Security Week in Australia

Read more in my article at Naked Security.

Safari 4.0 brings over 50 security patches

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Off the rails: Twitter, passwords and Twittertrain

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Suspected Child Porn Hub Taken Offline

Internet service provider Pricewert — which trades under names such as 3FN and APS Telecom — has been shut down and disconnected from cyberspace following allegations it was knowingly involved in major spam attacks, phishing campaigns, malware distribution, and child abuse.

Read more in my article on the Dark Reading website.

Sex trial can hear spyware evidence, judge rules

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Postcards from a family member really contain malware

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Sophos wins VB100 award for virus protection

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Apple plugs security holes in QuickTime and iTunes

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Nine out of ten work PCs fail on basic security

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You DON’T have “(1) New Message from Outlook Microsoft”

Here’s an interesting phishing campaign we caught automatically in our spam traps yesterday.

The email claims that you have a new message in Microsoft Outlook, but you need to reconfigure your settings (by clicking on the helpful link) in order to read it.

Of course, the email is bogus and you’re actually in danger of handing over details of your email settings to internet hackers.

Another week, another “failed delivery” malware attack

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Another week, another "failed delivery" malware attack

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Tory MP hacked on Facebook

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Cracked Windows – Microsoft warns of critical flaw

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That guy phishing you could be 14 years old

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Western Union malware attack rides into inboxes

Read more in my article at Naked Security.