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US Officials Say Chinese Hackers Breached White House Military Office - Softpedia

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Top 20 Worst Passwords that can Hack Private Accounts | All Infographics

Top 20 Worst Passwords that can Hack Private Accounts | All Infographics | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
Infographic on Security issue with worst passwords ever into hacking and cracking into social networks & online accounts & mobile apps permission passwords
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Some of the problems with passwords solved by Ensygnia's OneScan www.ensygnia.com

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Swiss Spy Agency Acknowledges Massive Data Theft - eSecurity Planet

Swiss Spy Agency Acknowledges Massive Data Theft - eSecurity Planet | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
An IT technician apparently stole terabytes of classified data with the intention of selling it to foreign governments or commercial buyers.
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Security hole allows anyone to hijack your Skype account using only your email address (updated)

Security hole allows anyone to hijack your Skype account using only your email address (updated) | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
A new security hole has been discovered in Microsoft's Skype that allows anyone to change your password and thus take over your account. The issue was first posted on a Russian forum ...
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Hackers Compromise Barnes and Noble PIN Pads - eSecurity Planet

Hackers Compromise Barnes and Noble PIN Pads - eSecurity Planet | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
In response, the company has discontinued use of PIN pads at all of its stores nationwide.
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Saudi Gazette - New wave of cyber attacks mostly target energy firms

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Android phone 'wipeout' flaw found

Android phone 'wipeout' flaw found | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
A weakness that can cause all the data stored on Android smartphone handsets to be erased is found.
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Wireless technology NFC still has a ways to go

Wireless technology NFC still has a ways to go | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
More mobile devices include Near Field Communication technology, but mobile payments lag.
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New critical Java flaw claimed

New critical Java flaw claimed | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
Gowdiak strikes again with tale of sandbox bypass Oracle's Java is making a play to wrest back the title of world's leakiest code from Internet Explorer, after Polish researcher Adam Gowdiak claimed another critical flaw exists in the product.…...
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How to Be always Secured on Facebook - A to Z Security Guide | All Infographics

How to Be always Secured on Facebook - A to Z Security Guide | All Infographics | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
Infographics on Facebook Security Guide to stay away from Spam and Hacking in Social Networking world with Facebook Spamming Apps with Implementing Security...
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Alert Over Internet Explorer Security Breach

Alert Over Internet Explorer Security Breach | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
Germany's Federal Office For Information Security says it has identified a security issue with the Internet Explorer web browser.
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David Birch: Identity without a name | Video on TED.com

David Birch: Identity without a name | Video on TED.com | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
TED Talks Bartenders needs to know your age, retailers need your PIN, but almost no-one needs your name -- except for identity thieves.
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Here's Every Hidden Feature in iOS 6 Apple Didn't Tell You About

Here's Every Hidden Feature in iOS 6 Apple Didn't Tell You About | Infosecurity | Scoop.it

Some nice tweaks and upgrades.... and at last easy way to turn on and off bluetooth!

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AMD Strengthens Security Solutions Through Technology ... - MarketWatch (press release)

AMD Strengthens Security Solutions Through Technology ... - MarketWatch (press release) | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
Legit Reviews AMD Strengthens Security Solutions Through Technology ...MarketWatch (press release)"As technology becomes more important to our everyday lives, security needs to be present in every single device.
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Verizon Business Security Blog » Blog Archive » Case Study: Pro-active Log Review Might Be A Good Idea

Verizon Business Security Blog » Blog Archive » Case Study: Pro-active Log Review Might Be A Good Idea | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
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Who's using 'password' as a password? TOO MANY OF YOU • The Register

Who's using 'password' as a password? TOO MANY OF YOU • The Register | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
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Start-up pushes “visual equivalent of NFC”, Articles | Mobile Money Live

Start-up pushes “visual equivalent of NFC”, Articles | Mobile Money Live | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
A UK start-up, which describes its technology as “the visual equivalent of NFC”, is in talks with mobile operators, retailers, e-tailers and banks, its CEO has told Mobile Money Live.

 

Ensygnia offers patented visual recognition and scanning technology which speeds up on-line purchases because users do not need to enter their user name and password before completing a transaction. Instead the user scans the screen of the PC with their smartphone.

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How a Google Headhunter's E-Mail Unraveled a Massive Net Security Hole | Threat Level | Wired.com

How a Google Headhunter's E-Mail Unraveled a Massive Net Security Hole | Threat Level | Wired.com | Infosecurity | Scoop.it

After a mathematician received a cold-call recruiting email from Google about a job, he thought it was a spoofed message or a possible test.  Additional comment here: http://bit.ly/Rk2sy3

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NatWest suspends Get Cash app

NatWest suspends Get Cash app | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
NatWest has temporarily suspended a mobile phone application which allows customers to withdraw cash from cash machines without their cards.
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US Officials Say Chinese Hackers Breached White House Military Office - Softpedia

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Pocketables – NFC Android hack is real, but you probably won’t get a virus “beamed” to your smartphone

Pocketables – NFC Android hack is real, but you probably won’t get a virus “beamed” to your smartphone | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
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Mobile Apps Permission - Find out what Your Apps are doing at 2 AM? Case Study | All Infographics

Mobile Apps Permission - Find out what Your Apps are doing at 2 AM? Case Study | All Infographics | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
Infographics on Case study at Mobile Android Apps Permission vulnerability, starting Apps integration at 2AM on Google Play Store with malware attack on tablet...
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How to Launch a 65Gbps DDoS, and How to Stop One - CloudFlare blog

How to Launch a 65Gbps DDoS, and How to Stop One - CloudFlare blog | Infosecurity | Scoop.it

"Yesterday I posted a post mortem on an outage we had Saturday. The outage was caused when we applied an overly aggressive rate limit to traffic on our network while battling a determined DDoS attacker. In the process of writing it I mentioned that we'd seen a 65Gbps DDoS earlier on Saturday. I've received several questions since that all go something like: "65Gbps DDoS!? Who launches such an attack and how do you defend yourself against it?!" So I thought I'd give a bit more detail."

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Apple, Samsung, Nokia

Apple, Samsung, Nokia | Infosecurity | Scoop.it

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neirajones - a blog about information security, risk and fraud...: THE UNBEARABLE RISKINESS OF BEING... SOCIAL

neirajones - a blog about information security, risk and fraud...: THE UNBEARABLE RISKINESS OF BEING... SOCIAL | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
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Can Samsung make NFC tech happen? Not with TecTiles - ZDNet (blog)

Can Samsung make NFC tech happen? Not with TecTiles - ZDNet (blog) | Infosecurity | Scoop.it
Moneycontrol.comCan Samsung make NFC tech happen? Not with TecTilesZDNet (blog)By Andrew Nusca | June 13, 2012, 4:39am PDT Summary: Samsung's TecTile programmable stickers seek to popularize near-field communications technology for mobile devices.
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