IT security

Debit card hack attack $45 million

Report Via: PC World Magazine. A vast debit card fraud scheme that allegedly netted $45 million has been linked to the hacking of credit card processors in the U.S. and ...

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Pirate Bay co-founder run for EU parliament

IDG News Service – Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde is planning to run for the European Parliament in 2014. The Pirate Bay co-founder wants to run as a candidate for ...

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SafeWallet Password Management Software

I love password managers. When they work well, they make browsing the Web easier, faster, and more secure. And SafeWallet does, indeed, work well. It’s not perfect, but SafeWallet has ...

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IE Patches That Must Be Installed

Yesterday Microsoft released new security patches for Internet Explorer, trying to patch vulnerabilities that would expose users’ data in case of successful attacks. Deploying these patches is pretty important even ...

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Critical Vulnerabilities Firefox 21 & Thunderbird 17.0.6

Although it is no longer actively developed, Mozilla Thunderbird continues to receive updates and the most recent one, as expected, benefited from a small number of fixes. Among the most ...

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Microsoft Secretly Sneaks Links on Skype

Microsoft is reportedly keeping track of every single HTTPS link its users are sending on Skype, even though the company has said so many times that customer privacy is one ...

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