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Judge tosses BC "hacker" search warrant
Investigators must return student's possessions after the court finds that Boston College police did not give adequate evidence of a crime.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-25
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Grumblar drive-by download attacks surge
The malicious threat compromises Web sites and then uses the infected sites to spread malware, warns security firms and the US-CERT.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-22
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Adobe moves to quarterly patch schedule
Following criticism from security researchers for its slow response to serious vulnerabilities, Adobe commits to a quarterly patch schedule.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-21
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Much ado about Kylin
The Kylin operating system, a Chinese version of FreeBSD, gets a flash of media attention after a consultant calls it a danger to U.S. cyber capabilities.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-18
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Financial districts a wireless hacker's paradise
One security firm scans the wireless networks accessible in the financial centers of seven cities and finds the majority of access points have easy-to-break or nonexistent security.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-13
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PowerPoint gets hefty fix, Apple inundates
Microsoft releases a single, massive update for its presentation software, while Apple closes at least 70 flaws the same day.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-13
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Cyber attack could bring U.S. military response
The United States could respond to an online attack on critical systems with a more conventional military attack, says an Air Force general.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-11
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Hackers steal UC Berkeley health records
The University of California at Berkeley warns students and alumni that online thieves infiltrated restricted servers and stole more than 160,000 medical records, including health insurance information and Social Security numbers.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-11
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Air traffic systems vulnerable, IG states
An audit of the Web applications used to support air traffic control systems finds hundreds of vulnerabilities and documents 150 incidents still unresolved, according to the DOT's Inspector General.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-08
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Freeze turns phones into passwords
Walk away from your computer and it will lock automatically, if you install new software from BIOS maker Phoenix Technologies.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-05-07
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