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9 Norton Security Products Are Now 1
9 Norton Security Products Are Now 1

Symantec plans to reduce its Norton security line from nine products to one, and to simplify and streamline the ways in which users interact with its software taking more of a service approach.


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Facebook Color Change Scam Spreads Malware Beware Facebook Color Scam

Thousands of profiles compromised.

Kaspersky Lab Reveals a Look Inside Cyber-Espionage Kaspersky Looks Inside 'Epic' Attack

Ongoing cyber-espionage analyzed.

BadUSB Exploit Turns Thumb Drives Dangerously Bad BadUSB Turns Thumb Drives Evil

Device encryption is your friend.

New 'Backoff' Malware Slips Undetected into Retail Systems Retailers Hacked by New Malware

'Backoff' creeps in with remote logins.



BadUSB Lets Hackers Hijack PCs
Android 'Fake ID' Puts Millions at Risk
Big DDoS Attacks Hit Record in 2014
Google Hacker Team to Hunt Bugs
Russian Hacker's Charges Revealed
Hackers Target Western Energy Firms
Android SMS Worm on the Loose
TweetDeck Hijack Speaks Volumes
Game Over for Lucrative Zeus Botnet
Cybercrime Crackdown Nabs Dozens
Microsoft Patches IE, Includes XP
Lessons from Verizon's Threat Report
Malware Targets Facebook Users
Android Apps Mine Virtual Currency
Report: Target Ignored Security Alerts
Cisco's AMP Takes on Malware
Apple Updates iOS for Epic Flaw
Snapchat Hack: Smoothies Anyone?
Fake Flappy Bird Steals Money
'The Mask' Cyber-Spy Attacks Outed
Hackers Breach Yahoo Mail
Akamai Says Internet Is Speeding Up
Target Malware Allegedly from Russia
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Android 'Fake ID' Puts Millions at Risk
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Network Security Spotlight
Researchers Find Malicious Android Apps Can Hack Gmail
A new study shows that a weakness in the Android mobile operating system can be used to steal sensitive, personal info from unwitting users. Gmail proved to be the easiest app to attack; Amazon, the hardest.
UPS Stores in 24 States Hit by Data Breach
Big Brown has been breached. UPS said that about 105,000 customer transactions at 51 of its UPS Store locations in 24 states could have been compromised between January and August.
Cost of Target Data Breach: $148 Million Plus Loss of Trust
The now infamous Target data breach is still costing the company -- and its shareholders -- plenty. In fact, the retailing giant forecast the December 2013 incident cost shareholders $148 million.

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Acer's New Desktop Box Rides the Chrome OS Wave
Filling out its Chrome OS line, Acer is following the introduction of a larger Chromebook line earlier this month with a new tiny $180 desktop Chromebox and also a smaller Chromebook.
Feds OK $2.3 Billion IBM-Lenovo x86 Server Deal
IBM and Lenovo are celebrating U.S. approval of their x86-based server deal, having cleared some major security hurdles. The deal makes Lenovo a major player for enterprise data centers.
Three New Lenovo PCs Aimed at Business Users
With businesses wanting computing solutions that do more for less money, Lenovo has unveiled three new desktop PCs that it says offer solid computing at a budget-minded price.

Mobile Technology Spotlight
Screen Shortage Briefly Puts Brakes on iPhone 6
RAM? Check. Antenna switch? Check. Screen? Oops. Parts suppliers for Apple have found themselves facing a shortage of screens for the new iPhone 6 as next month's release date for the new smartphone looms.
Bounty Offered to Coders for Oculus Rift Bugs
Coders who find bugs in software for the Oculus Rift VR immersive headset could receive a reward of at least $500 under Facebook's White Hat bounty program. Facebook acquired Oculus in March.
Google Glass Adds Voice Access to Phone Contacts
The latest update to Google Glass will let users access their top 20 phone contacts with voice commands alone. A user can then choose a phone call, Google hangouts, e-mail or text messaging.

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