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Malware Targets Facebook Users
Malware Targets Facebook Users

Heartbleed is still a very real issue for IT admins, but it’s far from the only issue. The latest woe comes in the form of a malicious Android app called iBanking that can spy on your communications.

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  Malware Targets Facebook Users
After Heartbleed, OpenSSL Calls for More Support OpenSSL Calls for More Support

To find, fix problems like Heartbleed.

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How and Why the Heartbleed Bug Got Its Name How, Why Heartbleed Got Its Name

Catchy name helps spread the word.

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Android Apps Secretly Mine Virtual Currencies Android Apps Mine Virtual Currency

Malware drains mobile phone battery.

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Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe Spyware Targets U.S. and Europe

May be linked to Russian exploits.

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Report: Target Ignored Security Alerts
'Cyber Snake' Plagues Ukraine
Gyrus Software Aims To Foil Malware
Cisco's AMP Takes on Malware
Apple Updates iOS for Epic Flaw
Target Breach Started as Phishing
Snapchat Hack: Smoothies Anyone?
Fake Flappy Bird Steals Money
'The Mask' Cyber-Spy Attacks Outed
Lessons from the Demise of SpyEye
Hackers Breach Yahoo Mail
Russian SpyEye Creator Pleads Guilty
Akamai Says Internet Is Speeding Up
Malware Threatens Small Biz Data
Target Malware Allegedly from Russia
Hackers Leverage Chrome Extensions
Neiman Marcus Hack: 6 Months Old?
Target Breach: An Inside Job?
Can Cyberattacks Be Predicted?
Retailers Must Be Vigilant After Hacks
Massive Security Breach at Target
Most Internet Traffic Not from Humans
Chinese Hackers Spied on EU Officials
 
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Malware Targets Facebook Users
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OpenSSL Calls for More Support
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How, Why Heartbleed Got Its Name
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Network Security Spotlight
What Verizon's Data Breach Report Can Teach Enterprises
It’s probably not a jaw-dropper, but cyberespionage is officially on the rise. And the use of stolen or misused credentials is still the leading way the bad guys gain access to corporate information.
 
Top Cyberthreats Exposed by Verizon Report
Beyond Heartbleed, there are cyberthreats vying to take down enterprise networks, corrupt smartphones, and wreak havoc on businesses. Verizon is exposing these threats in a new report.
 
Where Do Web Sites Stand, Post-Heartbleed?
A security firm says the vast majority of Web sites have patched themselves to protect against the Heartbleed bug, but now there are questions raised on the reliability of open-source programs.
 

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