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Millions at Risk from Old Android Flaw
Data Security
Threat-Sharing Legislation Revealed
Cybercrime
Smartphone Users & Unsafe Choices
Mobile Security
Fake SSL Certificates Target Google
Network Security
Commerce Firms Hacked Most
Network Security
ProtectWise Sets Cloud Network DVR
Experts React to Twitch Data Breach
Apigee Files for $86 Million IPO
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ATTO Lets Data Centers Go Virtual
Premera Blue Cross Suffers Hack
Fortinet Updates FortiSandbox
Snowden Leaks Made Us More Wary
Windows 10 To Use Biometrics
Don't Want NSA Snooping in E-Mail?
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Nearly half (49.5 percent) of all Android phones are still vulnerable to a security bug that allows attackers to modify or replace a seemingly benign app with malware without users' knowledge.
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