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The Chinese Are Coming! The Chinese Are Coming!

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By now you must have heard of Unit 61398 of the People’s Liberation Army: “an overwhelming percentage of the attacks on American corporations, organizations and government agencies originate in and around [their] white tower,” claims the New York Times, who were themselves recently owned by the 1337 h4ck3r5 of the...
The Chinese Are Coming! The Chinese Are Coming!
'Mahdi' malware still spreading in Iran even after discovery

How Being Very Transparent May Have Saved A 'Failed' Kickstarter Project

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For a while now, we have been highlighting many stories about the successful crowdfunding of movies, music, books and games. This new source of funding for creative content has been an exciting time for indie artists and those wanting to break free of traditional funding models. However, this funding model...
How Being Very Transparent May Have Saved A 'Failed' Kickstarter Project

Ex-FBI Cyber Cop Joins Computer Security Start-Up CrowdStrike

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By Devlin Barrett Associated Press Shawn Henry, shown here in 2010 when he was an executive director at the FBI The FBI’s former top cyber cop is joining an upstart computer security firm that aims to guard firms targeted by foreign intelligence services. Shawn Henry, who garnered attention last month...
Ex-FBI Cyber Cop Joins Computer Security Start-Up CrowdStrike

Juniper Networks buys smart security software maker Mykonos for $80 million

thenextweb.com
Juniper Networks this morning announced that it has acquired Mykonos Software, a company that helps developers and publishers protect websites and Web apps from intruders. Juniper is putting “approximately” $80 million in cash on the table for the software company. Mykonos brags that its security solution is the “only...
Juniper Networks buys smart security software maker Mykonos for $80 million

Researchers Trace Data Theft to Intruders in China - NYTimes.com

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Researchers Trace Data Theft to Intruders in China - NYTimes.com
AnchorFree Raises $52 Million From Goldman Sachs to Scale Leading Secure Web Browsing Solutions

Diablo and WoW players warned over hacking

www.guardian.co.uk
Blizzard Entertainment says users should change passwords after hackers gain access to email addresses and other dataMillions of players of Blizzard Entertainment's Diablo, World of Warcraft, Starcraft and other online games have been warned to change their passwords after the company revealed that it was hacked on 4 August.Blizzard Entertainment...
Diablo and WoW players warned over hacking
Galaxy S III bug bypasses lockscreen, allowing access to all personal data

PandoList: Viral Video Gurus

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What’s better than a really funny YouTube video? Pretty much nothing. (That’s a screenshot of “David After the Dentist” to the left, one of the funniest there is.) But have you ever wondered what goes into making a video go viral? Well, we wanted to know, so we interviewed five...
PandoList: Viral Video Gurus
Is Antivirus Software a Waste of Money?

Lockheed Martin Stalker drone stays airborne 48 hours using laser power, all-seeing eye gets literal (video)

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Aerial drone designers have been pushing hard to get devices that can stay airborne for days. After all, what's the point of having an observer that routinely lets its guard down? Lockheed Martin must have this question forever etched in its collective mind, as it just completed tests of...
Lockheed Martin Stalker drone stays airborne 48 hours using laser power, all-seeing eye gets literal (video)

Wi-Fi-Blocking Wallpaper Keeps Your Signal In, Intruders Out

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Worried about others leaching off of your Wi-Fi network? New Wallpaper created by French scientists hopes to solve your problems by blocking Wi-Fi signals....
Wi-Fi-Blocking Wallpaper Keeps Your Signal In, Intruders Out

Gadgetwise Blog: Q.& A.: Protecting Your Twitter Account

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Twitter passwords can be hacked by intruders in many of the same ways other online accounts can be compromised.    ...
Gadgetwise Blog: Q.& A.: Protecting Your Twitter Account
BII MOBILE INSIGHTS: Will 2013 Be The Year Of Mobile Malware?

How Being Very Transparent May Have Saved A 'Failed' Kickstarter Project

www.techdirt.com
For a while now, we have been highlighting many stories about the successful crowdfunding of movies, music, books and games. This new source of funding for creative content has been an exciting time for indie artists and those wanting to break free of traditional funding models. However, this funding model...
How Being Very Transparent May Have Saved A 'Failed' Kickstarter Project
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta warns of 'cyber Pearl Harbor'
What would an anti-drone, anti-surveillance city look like?
Anonymous hacks into 78 Syrian government email accounts

Groupon Taiwan resets user passwords after hack, but credit card details not leaked

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Groupon Taiwan has revealed that it has been the victim of a hack which saw usernames and passwords belonging to its 4.1 million registered users compromised. On the positive side, the intruders did not access credit cards and financial details, the company said. As Inside Taiwan reports [Chinese], the attack...
Groupon Taiwan resets user passwords after hack, but credit card details not leaked

Internet Explorer flaw may let ad firms track mouse input, Microsoft says that will change

www.engadget.com
Many of us already complain that web ads follow us too closely. You can understand why Internet Explorer users might be nervous, then, when Spider.io claims that the ads are even tracking their mouse movements. A JavaScript hole in Internet Explorer 6 through 10 reportedly lets intruders follow along...
Internet Explorer flaw may let ad firms track mouse input, Microsoft says that will change

Gadgetwise Blog: Q&A: Protecting Your Mail Account

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A few simple precautions can help keep your e-mail account safer from intruders.    ...
Gadgetwise Blog: Q&A: Protecting Your Mail Account
6 ways to keep your data safe in the cloud
Intruders hack industrial heating system using backdoor posted online
Valve says Steam hacker probably has data from old transactions

Nissan Is Latest Company to Get Hacked

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Nissan said it was hacked two weeks ago. The intruders stole employees' log-in credentials, but the company said its intellectual property and consumer data had not been breached. The incident is just the latest in a string of cyberattacks on companies, in which the culprit is difficult to trace....
Nissan Is Latest Company to Get Hacked

Can big data nab network invaders?

www.computerworld.com
The buzz in security circles about "big data" goes something like this: If the enterprise could only unite its security-related event data with a warehouse of business information, it could analyze this Big Data to catch intruders trying to steal sensitive information....
Can big data nab network invaders?
AT&T unveils home automation and security solution

CrowdStrike Targets Advanced Persistent Threats

www.pcworld.com
Startup CrowdStrike made its debut this week, promising to have a security product out by the second quarter that will target the so-called advanced persistent threat (APT) problem in which stealthy intruders infiltrate networks to steal sensitive data for business or political reasons....
CrowdStrike Targets Advanced Persistent Threats

Researchers find hundreds of insecure building control systems

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Intruders used to creep in through ventilation ducts. Now they break in using the software that controls the ventilation.Hundreds of organizations across Australia are using out-of-date industrial control systems (ICS) to control the lights, heating and cooling, access controls and even the elevators.Using the Internet to manage buildings is...
Researchers find hundreds of insecure building control systems
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