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McAfee releases new security suite for Android, BlackBerry, x86droid

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Intel may still be a rookie in the mobile space, but its security software subsidiary McAfee has got Intel's Android project covered. On Monday, the security company launched its second-generation McAfee Mobile Security suite for smartphones and tablets, which includes compatibility with Intel-based Android devices. The $30 subscription-based application...
McAfee releases new security suite for Android, BlackBerry, x86droid

Adobe warns of unpatched critical flaw in ColdFusion

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Adobe has warned users of its ColdFusion application server platform of a critical vulnerability that could give unauthorized users access to sensitive files stored on their servers....
Adobe warns of unpatched critical flaw in ColdFusion

Micro-Stock Photo Agency Prefers Converting Customers To Cracking Down On Infringers

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In this bold era of copyright trolling, calmly (ir)rational takedown bots, baseless legal threats and ridiculous statutory damages, it's a true rarity to see a copyright holder deal with infringement, especially non-commercial infringement, with a reaction that's actually in line with the "crime" committed. As photo sharing increases, thanks to...
Micro-Stock Photo Agency Prefers Converting Customers To Cracking Down On Infringers

99% of NASA's portable devices are unencrypted

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NASA could stand to tighten up the security of its data, according to a report filed with the US House of Representatives Wednesday. Virtually none of the agency's portable devices are encrypted, and 48 of them were lost or stolen between April 2009 and April 2011. One of those...
99% of NASA's portable devices are unencrypted

EFF campaigns to stop patent troll Personal Audio from suing podcast creators NBC, CBS and others

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) launched a campaign yesterday to challenge a patent, filed by Personal Audio, which is being used to sue numerous podcast creators and media companies. The non-profit advocacy group is partnering with a number of lawyers and Harvard’s Cyberlaw Clinic to “bust” a patent that covers the...
EFF campaigns to stop patent troll Personal Audio from suing podcast creators NBC, CBS and others

How to Share Your Business Photos Online - Discreetly

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You have just returned from a corporate retreat or some other business event that was well-documented with several amateur photographers. Now you want to share all of these pictures amongst your co-workers. The challenge is that you want to keep them private to the participants and not plaster them...
How to Share Your Business Photos Online - Discreetly

WickedLasers Releases 1.25W Spyder Super Laser

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This being Shark Week and all, budding super villains may be interested in this 1.25W laser from WickedLasers. This monstrous slab of electronics sends out a beam powerful enough to pop multiple balloons and looks like a light saber. It would look great on your shark’s head. The 1.25W...
WickedLasers Releases 1.25W Spyder Super Laser

Malwarebytes Detects Pirates, Asks Them Not to Steal Software

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Like most other software packages the popular Malwarebytes application is heavily pirated. Instead of paying for an upgrade some people choose to download a keygen or crack to activate the program. To confront unauthorized users the makers of Malwarebytes decided to add these circumvention tools to their standard malware scan....
Malwarebytes Detects Pirates, Asks Them Not to Steal Software

Diablo III accounts hacked, players’ inventories plundered

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Diablo III is the latest chapter in one of the most popular PC gaming titles out there. Coming out twelve years after the last chapter, Diablo III launched last week to much fanfare and anticipation after becoming Amazon’s most pre-ordered PC game ever. Diablo III is like many games these...
Diablo III accounts hacked, players’ inventories plundered

Bug in iOS 5.0.1 allows bypassing of lock screen

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A flaw demonstrated in a YouTube video (seen below) demonstrates a difficult-to-access but reproducible bug in iOS 5.0.1 that can allow unauthorized users to bypass a lock screen on GSM-based iPhones and access recent contacts, make calls or even use FaceTime, iPhoneIslam reports. The hack revolves around trying to return...
Bug in iOS 5.0.1 allows bypassing of lock screen

Adobe patches actively exploited ColdFusion vulnerabilities

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Adobe released security patches for its ColdFusion application server on Tuesday, addressing four critical vulnerabilities that have been actively exploited by attackers since the beginning of January. The company published a security advisory about the four vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2013-0625, CVE-2013-0629, CVE-2013-0631 and CVE-2013-0632, on Jan. 4 and said...
Adobe patches actively exploited ColdFusion vulnerabilities

How to improve your chances of recovering a lost Android phone

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Password-protecting your smartphone makes sense, as it prevents unauthorized users from accessing your data. But it can also work against you. Suppose, for example, your phone gets lost. If a Good Samaritan finds it and wants to return it, he or she won't be able to do the necessary...
How to improve your chances of recovering a lost Android phone
Apple Patents 3D Remote Tech, Software To Protect iPhones From Unauthorized Use

Authentication takes center stage for mobile device security

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Imagine that your smartphone is lost, or your tablet is stolen. Aside from the cost of the device itself, what else is at risk? How much sensitive personal data do you have stored on your smartphone or tablet? Of course you have sensitive information stored on your mobile device....
Authentication takes center stage for mobile device security
Apple releases iOS 6.1.2 to fix Exchange calendar bugs

Adobe warns customers of unpatched critical flaw in ColdFusion

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Adobe has warned users of its ColdFusion application server platform of a critical vulnerability that could give unauthorized users access to sensitive files stored on their servers.The vulnerability is identified as CVE-2013-3336 and affects ColdFusion 10, 9.0.2, 9.0.1, 9.0 and earlier versions for Windows, Macintosh and UNIX, Adobe said...
Adobe warns customers of unpatched critical flaw in ColdFusion
Reuters blog hacked, now down
Another major security flaw discovered on iPhone [video]
Apple will 'deliver a fix' to the iOS 6.1 lockscreen vulnerability in a future software update

Could smart gun technology make us safer?

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Smart gun technology, which can discern between authorized and unauthorized users, has been around for more than a dozen years. Though it has lacked political support in the past, interest may again be building....
Could smart gun technology make us safer?
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