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November 22, 2014

Windows Kerberos bug: How to detect signs of exploitation before the update?
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Microsoft has shared more details about the critical elevation of privilege bug found in Microsoft W

"That's not a hack..." - 60 Sec Security [VIDEO]
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Here's our latest 60 Second Security video. One week of news in one amusingly informative minute...

How the Dark Webs New Favorite Drug Market Is Profiting From Silk Road 2s Demise
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The eBay-style contraband bazaar Evolution has grown more than 50 percent in drug offerings since Se

OpenDNS and IRISSCERT partner to fight security threats
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OpenDNS announced a partnership with the Irish Reporting and Information Security Service (IRISSCERT

Two brothers win first AIB 4000 big data prize -
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November 21, 2014

Firing Range Open Source Web App Vulnerability Scanning Tool From Google
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Google on Tuesday launched a Security testing tool "Firing Range", which aimed at improvin

Has the PlayStation Network really been hacked? Should you change your password?
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A smallish sample of usernames and passwords allegedly stolen from the PlayStation Network (PSN), Windows Live and 2K Gaming Studio has been leaked by a trio of crackers. Real or hoax?Friday Squid Blogging: Cephalopod Cognition
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Billions of Android Devices Vulnerable to Privilege Escalation Except Android 5.0 Lollipop
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A security weakness in Android mobile operating system versions below 5.0 that puts potentially ever

Convicted ID Thief, Tax Fraudster Now Fugitive
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In April 2014, this blog featured a story about Lance Ealy, an Ohio man arrested last year for buying Social Security numbers and banking information from an underground identity theft service that relied in part on data obtained through a company owned b

ISC StormCast for Thursday, November 20th 2014, (Thu, Nov 20th)
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…(more)… from SANS Internet Storm Center, InfoCON: green via IFTTT

"Big Data" Needs a Trip to the Security Chiropracter!, (Wed, Nov 19th)
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When the fine folks at Portswigger updated Burp Suite last month to 1.6 …(more)… from SA

FBI offers $1 million reward for anybody who can help catch online car scam fugitive
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The alleged kingpin behind a multimillion-dollar online car selling scam, Romanian fugitive Nicolae Popescu, just made it onto the FBI's 10 Most-Wanted Cyber Fugitives list. Uber taken to task over anti-journalist privacy debacle
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After Uber's bumpy privacy-related ride this week, US Senator Al Franken has sent a letter to Uber CEO Travis Kalanick with 10 pointed questions about the company's lackadaisical approach to privacy.Want to know how to shop safely on Black Friday and Cyber Monday? Join our Twitter chat!
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Learn how to protect yourself online, not just on the forthcoming Cyber Monday, but for the rest of the year as well. Join us and the Center for Internet Security in a Twitter chat...and bring your friends and family, too.Sophisticated Android-based botnet a danger to enterprise networks
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A new, more sophisticated and more stealthy version of the NotCompatible Android Trojan continues to

Google open sources Firing Range, a test tool for web app security scanners
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Google has open source another security tool: it’s called Firing Range, and it’s an effe

Banking - licensed to cheat! And whether you'll get away with it.
Financial Cryptography

Research into what most people will feel is so trivially true that the research wasn't needed has been conducted -- are bankers cheats? The subjects took part in a simple experiment of flipping a coin, and involved around two hundred bankers, including 12

The Other Side of Masque Attacks: Data Encryption Not Found in iOS Apps
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Based on our research into the iOS threatMasque Attacks announced last week,Trend Micro researchershave found a new way that malicious apps installed through successful Masque Attacks can pose a threat to iOS devices: by accessing unencrypted data used by

New non-profit CA aims to make HTTPS use universal
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To become ubiquitous, encryption must be easy to set up and easy to use, and that’s why the El

Finally, a New Clue to Solve the CIAs Mysterious Kryptos Sculpture
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Finally, a New Clue to Solve the CIA’s Mysterious Kryptos Sculpture

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