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No cyberwar yet, but soon, says firm
In its latest report on cybersecurity, McAfee argues for public discussion of the policy issues surrounding cyberwarfare.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-11-17
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Survey: Majority of Web sites vulnerable
Nearly two-thirds of Web sites have at least one serious security issue that would allow someone to remotely attack the site, a study carried out by WhiteHat Security finds.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-11-16
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Microsoft fixes kernel, Office flaws
The software giant releases six patches to plug 15 security holes, including three critical vulnerabilities in the Windows kernel.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-11-11
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Point-and-click forensics tool leaks to Net
Microsoft's COFEE tool, which is provided free to law enforcement, is reportedly available for download.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-11-09
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iPhone worm spreads via default password
Program "Ikee" jumps from device to device by targeting jailbroken phones whose users have failed to change the default system password.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-11-09
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Gov't warns firms about online robberies
FBI to banks: More secure systems and processes are needed to combat financial fraud.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-11-05
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Vulnerability sales help secure Microsoft
The Zero Day Initiative, TippingPoint's bug bounty program, spends 30 percent of its effort helping the software giant mitigate bugs in its Windows operating system and applications.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-10-30
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Sensitive gov't docs leaked over peer-to-peer
A confidential Congressional report on investigations into U.S. representatives was leaked this week after a staffer posted it to a file-sharing network.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-10-30
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Small, medium firms cut security budgets
Companies are detecting more threats, but the economy has them slashing security spending, according to one survey.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-10-29
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Cyber conflict still in infancy, states analysis
The cyber attacks targeting South Korea and the United States fell short of a true cyber conflict, but highlight the issues that nations have in responding to such attacks, a report concludes.
By: Robert Lemos 2009-10-27
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