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CYB3RCRIM3: Keylogging, Wiretapping and Employers

CYB3RCRIM3: Keylogging, Wiretapping and Employers | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Rene argued that “when the keylogger software catches the transmission of a keystroke as it travels from keyboard to computer, a contemporaneous interception has been made” but the judge found that “[w]hile capture and ...
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Can Hackers Destroy The Internet? - Forbes

Can Hackers Destroy The Internet? - Forbes | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
ForbesCan Hackers Destroy The Internet?ForbesEugene Kaspersky is the jovial, traveling salesman and CEO of Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab, one of the biggest internet security firms in the world. He is not as upbeat on stage as he appears in real life.
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Electronic security a worry in an age of digital espionage - Taipei Times

Electronic security a worry in an age of digital espionage - Taipei Times | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Electronic security a worry in an age of digital espionageTaipei Times...
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Researchers find flaw in online encryption - Sydney Morning Herald

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Sydney Morning HeraldResearchers find flaw in online encryptionSydney Morning HeraldWhile it can affect the transactions of individual internet users, there is nothing an individual can do about it.
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Google experiments with site logins using your phone and a QR code - Digitaltrends.com

Google experiments with site logins using your phone and a QR code - Digitaltrends.com | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Digitaltrends.comGoogle experiments with site logins using your phone and a QR codeDigitaltrends.comSeveral scenarios spring to mind, such as performing tasks not always possible from your phone — printing or viewing email attachments in Google...
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Do You Really Need a Password You Can Barely Remember? - Wired News

Do You Really Need a Password You Can Barely Remember? - Wired News | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Do You Really Need a Password You Can Barely Remember?Wired NewsIf you're worried about having your password compromised, worry about phishing and keylogging, he says.
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Scammers Turn to Affiliate Marketing Scams After Facebook Cracks Down on ... - Inside Facebook

Scammers Turn to Affiliate Marketing Scams After Facebook Cracks Down on ... - Inside Facebook | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Help Net SecurityScammers Turn to Affiliate Marketing Scams After Facebook Cracks Down on ...Inside FacebookFacebook frauders have figured out how to double their fun and are increasingly using scams to fuel affiliate marketing scams, according to...
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China urges tighter Internet security after series of data leaks - Reuters

China urges tighter Internet security after series of data leaks - Reuters | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
MediaMughalsChina urges tighter Internet security after series of data leaksReutersThe move comes after China urged tighter Internet security on Wednesday following a spate of personal data leaks that alarmed the online community and prompted calls...
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Windows 8 picture password is 'Fisher-Price toy' - Australian Macworld

Windows 8 picture password is 'Fisher-Price toy' - Australian Macworld | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Business InsiderWindows 8 picture password is 'Fisher-Price toy'Australian MacworldThe Windows 8 feature that logs users in if they touch certain points in a photo in the right order might be fun, but it's not very good security, according to the...
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Security Roundup: The top stories of 2011 - Computing

Security Roundup: The top stories of 2011 - Computing | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
ComputingSecurity Roundup: The top stories of 2011ComputingSecure token specialist RSA, a division of EMC, was hacked in March. The hackers sent an email to two groups of employees entitled '2011 Recruitment Plan'.
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More connected? We're more vulnerable, too - Washington Post

More connected? We're more vulnerable, too - Washington Post | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Daily MailMore connected? We're more vulnerable, tooWashington Post...
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Windows 8 Will Store Passwords In Cloud - CrazyEngineers VoiCE

Windows 8 Will Store Passwords In Cloud - CrazyEngineers VoiCE | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Windows 8 Will Store Passwords In CloudCrazyEngineers VoiCEMethods like Phishing, Brute Force, Cracking and Keylogging are commonly used to hack passwords. To improve the security of critical data, Windows 8 has followed two approaches.
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Russian internet watchdog proposes bills to fight child porn, online extremism - RIA Novosti

Russian internet watchdog proposes bills to fight child porn, online extremism - RIA Novosti | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
PhysOrg.comRussian internet watchdog proposes bills to fight child porn, online extremismRIA NovostiRussia's League of Internet Security proposed on Wednesday creating a blacklist of websites containing child pornography and “other prohibited...
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Super Hexagon: Ultra-Hard iOS Game Is Instant Phenomenon

Super Hexagon: Ultra-Hard iOS Game Is Instant Phenomenon | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Do you like your eyes? Do you like your brain?

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Hackers Using TRENDnet Webcams to Spy on People - MyFox Chicago

Hackers Using TRENDnet Webcams to Spy on People - MyFox Chicago | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
BrickHouse Security Blog (blog)Hackers Using TRENDnet Webcams to Spy on PeopleMyFox ChicagoBy Kori Chambers, FOX Chicago News Chicago - When you buy an internet security camera or webcam, It's probably for peace of mind -- to keep an eye on the...
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Six ways to prevent drive-by download malware attacks - Techworld.com

Six ways to prevent drive-by download malware attacks - Techworld.com | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Six ways to prevent drive-by download malware attacksTechworld.comDrive-by downloads can also install spyware, remote access software, keylogging software and Trojans capable of extracting information from computers in seconds.
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Africa investors to meet in Kigali in March over cyber security - Daily Nation

Africa investors to meet in Kigali in March over cyber security - Daily Nation | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Daily NationAfrica investors to meet in Kigali in March over cyber securityDaily NationEmployees of the Korea Internet Security Centre work to protect hacker attacks in Seoul.
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Top 10 in 2011: An 'explosive' year in security | Microsoft Word Free ...

Top 10 in 2011: An 'explosive' year in security | Microsoft Word Free ... | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Although many security experts despise this term, it has made its way into the media and rocketed to the top with incidents such as the RSA security breach or imposingly sounding incidents such as operation “Night Dragon,” “Lurid,” or “Shady Rat.
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Apple customers face new scam from a 'well-crafted' email - Digitaltrends.com

Apple customers face new scam from a 'well-crafted' email - Digitaltrends.com | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
Digitaltrends.comApple customers face new scam from a 'well-crafted' emailDigitaltrends.comA new phishing scam involving a "well-crafted" email that attempts to trick anyone with an Apple ID into revealing their credit card information is currently...
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The world wide web of deception - China Daily

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China DailyThe world wide web of deceptionChina DailyThe Qihoo 360 Technology, an anti-virus company that claimed to offer free Internet security services to more than 300 million netizens, issued a red alert on Dec 22, saying that the databases of...
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Five predictions for security in 2012 - CNET

Five predictions for security in 2012 - CNET | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
CNETFive predictions for security in 2012CNETby Elinor Mills December 23, 2011 4:00 AM PST Follow @elinormills This was an exciting year in the Internet security community, with big tech firms like Sony and RSA getting hacked and putting consumer ...
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Misspelled websites aim to steal information - USA TODAY

Misspelled websites aim to steal information - USA TODAY | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
USA TODAYMisspelled websites aim to steal informationUSA TODAYFile photo by Ben Margot, AP As online shopping becomes more popular, security analysts see more cases of websites trying to capture personal information.
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Rules for the New Ways of Watching - David Carr

Rules for the New Ways of Watching - David Carr | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
The inertia that has kept consumers from bolting from traditional content providers is beginning to erode.
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SOPA is a Major Security Problem and Congress Doesn't Care - CIO (blog)

SOPA is a Major Security Problem and Congress Doesn't Care - CIO (blog) | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
CIO (blog)SOPA is a Major Security Problem and Congress Doesn't CareCIO (blog)Internet security savants Dan Kaminsky, Paul Vixie, Steven Bellovin, Jon Callas, David Ulevitch, Richard Clayton, L.
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Carrier IQ patent outlines keylogging and ability to target individual devices - ZDNet (blog)

Carrier IQ patent outlines keylogging and ability to target individual devices - ZDNet (blog) | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
IBNLive.comCarrier IQ patent outlines keylogging and ability to target individual devicesZDNet (blog)Summary: Diving into the Carrier IQ patent gives us some interesting insights into what the technology might be capable of doing.
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SOPA could harm security on the internet - SC Magazine US

SOPA could harm security on the internet - SC Magazine US | IT Scoops | Scoop.it
International IP and the Public InterestSOPA could harm security on the internetSC Magazine US“We are all out here trying to make the internet more secure to do business and surf the web,” Ferguson said.
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