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Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack
Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack

One week after the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability was unveiled, Canadian authorities have made the first arrest -- a London, Ontario teenager -- connected to exploiting the security hole.

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Android Malware Targets Facebook Users Malware Targets Facebook Users

iBanking app spys on communications.

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IBM Offers Security, Disaster Recovery as SoftLayer Service IBM Adds Disaster Recovery to SoftLayer

Essential assets secured in cloud.

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How To Beat the Heartbleed Bug How To Beat the Heartbleed Bug

Big data analytics could be the key.

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After Heartbleed, OpenSSL Calls for More Support OpenSSL Calls for More Support

To find, fix problems like Heartbleed.

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Network Security
Google Street View Unravels CAPTCHAs
Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack
IBM Adds Disaster Recovery to SoftLayer
Viruses & Malware
Malware Targets Facebook Users
OpenSSL Calls for More Support
How, Why Heartbleed Got Its Name
Hackers
Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack
iPad Hacker Conviction Overturned
Is Heartbleed the Biggest Threat Ever?
Security Solutions
Data Center Plug-In Monitors Security
Security Firms Watch for Feisty Fans
BlackBerry Wins Security Certification
Mobile Security
Google Expands Virus Scans to All Apps
Samsung Adding Anti-Theft Solutions
Police Keep Quiet About Cell Tracking
Disaster Recovery
IBM Adds Disaster Recovery to SoftLayer
VMware Rolls Out DR-as-a-Service
Spanning Backup for Google Apps
Windows Security
Patch Tuesday Offers Critical Fixes
Microsoft Pulls Plug on Windows XP
Against a Wall, Some Buy XP Support
Data Security
Malware Targets Facebook Users
IBM Adds Disaster Recovery to SoftLayer
How To Beat the Heartbleed Bug
EST Press Releases
Internet of Things Webinar Launches
Ponemon: Organizations Under Siege
DB Networks Named 'Hot Company'
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Google Proudly Scans Your Gmail
 
VMware Rolls Out DR-as-a-Service
 
NSC Backs Disclosing Vulnerabilities
 
Heartbleed Flaw Affects Hardware
 
iPad Hacker Conviction Overturned
 
1 in 5 Say They've Had Data Stolen
 
Don't Reset Passwords for Heartbleed?
Added caution needed to ensure security.
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Last Fixes Tuesday for XP, Office 2003
Microsoft closing out support for two.
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Internet Devices Lure Hackers
Mundane devices end up in online crime.
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Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack
Data stolen from Canadian tax agency.
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Malware Targets Facebook Users
iBanking app spys on communications.
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Network Security Spotlight
Google's Street View Software Unravels CAPTCHAs
The latest software Google uses for its Street View cars to read street numbers in images for Google Maps works so well that it also solves CAPTCHAs, those puzzles designed to defeat bots.
 
Canadian Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack
One week after the OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability was unveiled, Canadian authorities have made the first arrest -- a London, Ontario teenager -- connected to exploiting the security hole.
 
IBM Offers Security, Disaster Recovery as SoftLayer Service
New disaster recovery and security services for SoftLayer clients are being added by IBM. Big Blue said the new capabilities will speed cloud adoption by alleviating concern over business continuity.
 

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Vaio Fit 11A Battery Danger Forces Recall by Sony
Using a Sony Vaio Fit 11A laptop? It's time to send it back to Sony. In fact, Sony is encouraging people to stop using the laptop after several reports of its Panasonic battery overheating.
 
Continued Drop in Global PC Shipments Slows
Worldwide shipments of PCs fell during the first three months of the year, but the global slump in PC demand may be easing, with a considerable slowdown from last year's drops.
 
Google Glass Finds a Home in Medical Education, Practice
Google Glass may find its first markets in verticals in which hands-free access to data is a boon. Medicine is among the most prominent of those, as seen in a number of Glass experiments under way.
 

Mobile Technology Spotlight
Google Releases Chrome Remote Desktop App for Android
You're out on a sales call, and use your Android mobile device to grab a file you have back at the office on your desktop. That's a bit easier now with Google's Chrome Remote Desktop app for Android.
 
Amazon 3D Smartphone Pics Leaked
E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly set to launch a smartphone after years of development. Photos of the phone, which may feature a unique 3D interface, were leaked by tech pub BGR.
 
Zebra Tech Buys Motorola Enterprise for $3.45B
Weeks after Lenovo bought Motorola Mobility’s assets from Google for $2.91 billion, Zebra Technologies is throwing down $3.45 billion for Motorola’s Enterprise business in an all-cash deal.
 

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