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Banks Hit by Android-Skirting Malware (Jul-22-14)
Can Google Stop Zero Day Flaws? (Jul-16-14)
FBI Cyber-Expert's Humble Start (Jul-15-14)
Chinese Man Charged with Hacking (Jul-15-14)
Russian Hackers Attack CNET (Jul-14-14)
Kansas Won't Release Test Data (Jul-14-14)
Russian Hacker's Charges Revealed (Jul-10-14)
Germany Probes New U.S. Spy Case (Jul-10-14)
Russian Arrested in Hacking Case (Jul-09-14)
Cybercrime Ring Uncovered in Brazil (Jul-08-14)
Astros: Hackers Got Trade Info (Jul-02-14)
IBM Uncovers Android Security Flaw (Jun-30-14)
T1red of P@sswords? UR N*t @lone (Jun-30-14)
U.S. Seeks Security Talks with China (Jun-30-14)
Police Hacking Methods Revealed (Jun-26-14)
Montana Health Care Data Hacked (Jun-25-14)
Viral Messaging App Yo Gets Hacked (Jun-24-14)
Credit Card Fraud Lessons on YouTube (Jun-22-14)
Guilty Plea in Governor's E-Mail Hack (Jun-18-14)
AT&T Blames Data Breach on Vendor (Jun-17-14)
Ransom Sought in Domino's Data Breach (Jun-16-14)
2nd Chinese Unit Linked to Hacking (Jun-10-14)
AmEx Credit Card Data Exposed (Jun-06-14)
Chinese Cyberspying Case Stalled (Jun-04-14)
Apple, PayPal React to Ransom Scam (May-29-14)
Hacker Who Helped Feds Is Now Free (May-29-14)
Hackers Gaining Ground, Survey Finds (May-28-14)
China Decries 'Unscrupulous' Spying (May-28-14)
Australian Apple Devices Hit for Ransom (May-27-14)
Gov'ts Probe eBay After Data Breach (May-23-14)
Cuban Blogger's News Site Hacked (May-23-14)
Hackers Bypass iOS Anti-Theft Feature (May-22-14)
More Strain on U.S.-China Relations (May-21-14)
Cyberthief Gets 20 Years in Jail (May-20-14)
US Indicts 5 Chinese Officers in Hacking (May-19-14)
Cybercrime Crackdown Nabs Dozens (May-19-14)
Stores Join Forces To Stop Cybertheft (May-16-14)
What Bitly Breach Means for You (May-08-14)
Data Breaches Alarm Today's CEOs (May-08-14)
Ex-Anonymous Member Pleads Guilty (May-01-14)
Teen Arrested for Heartbleed Hack (Apr-17-14)
Is Heartbleed the Biggest Threat Ever? (Apr-11-14)
Heartbleed Bug Breaks Web Security (Apr-08-14)
Possible Security Breach at Calif. DMV (Mar-24-14)
Web Browsers Prove Easy To Hack (Mar-15-14)
Will Mt. Gox Take Down Bitcoin? (Feb-28-14)
Cybersecurity Pros Convene at RSA (Feb-26-14)
Do One Thing To Make the Net Safer (Feb-11-14)
Federal Cybersecurity Rules Ignored? (Feb-04-14)
Anatomy of a Social Engineering Hack (Jan-30-14)
FBI: Era of Big Data = Era of Big Hacks (Jan-24-14)
Can Chrome Be Used To Eavesdrop? (Jan-23-14)
DDoS Attacks Up, Harder To Fend Off (Jan-22-14)
'123456' the Most Common Password (Jan-20-14)
Smart Fridge Enlisted in Spam Attack (Jan-17-14)

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Banks Hit by Android-Skirting Malware
34 institutions, four European countries
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Can Google Stop Zero Day Flaws?
Security top priority for search giant.
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Russian Hackers Attack CNET
Getting to the bottom of exploit is key.
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Kansas Won't Release Test Data
After cyberattacks and other problems.
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Germany Probes New U.S. Spy Case
Further fraying U.S., Berlin relations.
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IBM Uncovers Android Security Flaw
Ten percent of devices at risk.
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Can Google Stop Zero Day Flaws? Banks Hit by Android-Skirting Malware
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Network Security Spotlight
34 European Banks Hit by Android-Skirting Malware
Criminals have been finding gaping holes in Android-based two-factor authentication systems that banks around the world are using. The result: 34 banks in four European countries have been hit.
New Web Tracking Technologies Defeat Privacy Protections
Recently developed Web tracking tools are able to circumvent even the best privacy defenses, according to a new study by researchers at Princeton and the University of Leuven in Belgium.
Juniper DDoS Solution Aims at High-IQ Networks
In the face of more complex attacks, Juniper Networks is boosting its DDoS Secure solution to help companies mitigate the threats with more effective security intelligence throughout the network fabric.

Enterprise Hardware Spotlight
Contrary to Report, Lenovo's Staying in Small Windows Tablets
Device maker Lenovo has clarified a report that indicated it is getting out of the small Windows tablet business -- as in the ThinkPad 8 and the 8-inch Miix 2. But the firm said it is not exiting that market.
Seagate Unveils Networked Drives for Small Businesses
Seagate is out with five new networked attached storage products aimed at small businesses. The drives are for companies with up to 50 workers, and range in capacity from two to 20 terabytes.
Another Day, Another Internet of Things Consortium Is Born
In the emerging Internet of Things, zillions of devices will be talking to each other. Samsung, Intel and Dell just formed a consortium to ensure each thing can understand what others are saying.

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