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Unlocking a PC infected by Ransom Trojan

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The prominent malware researcher Mikko Hypponen and Security Advisor Sean Sullivan talk about evolution of Ransom Trojans, describe the recent GPcode variants and...

Mikko Hypponen on the concept of cyber war

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Chief Research Officer at F-Secure Mikko Hypponen expresses his viewpoint on the definition of cyber war and speaks about recent infamous cyber attacks. There...

Norton Security review

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#2 in Internet Security Suites software The vast multitude of online activity facets, along with being fun and...

A Forensic Analysis of Android Network Traffic

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Lake Missoula Group’s Director of Research Eric Fulton introduces his Defcon 19 talk about Android privacy risks and security vulnerabilities emanating from smartphone apps. ...

Hacking and securing the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch

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Diana Kelley (Partner, SecurityCurve) gives a presentation at InfoSec World Conference to outline the background of the iOS and speak on security of...

LinkedIn is hacked: Russian hacker steals 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords

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Computer security experts and news agencies worldwide are reporting an outrageous hack causing the leak of about 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords today. Below are...

Faces of Facebook: face recognition technologies

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Professor Alessandro Acquisti from Carnegie Mellon University takes the floor at Black Hat USA to speak on the role of Facebook and social...

What is the Flame virus? Details from Kaspersky Lab

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A Russian computer security company detected a new spyware program called Flame. Julia Smirnova from Die Welt, a German national daily newspaper, talks to...

ParetoLogic Privacy Controls review

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#2 in Internet Privacy software ParetoLogic Privacy Controls is a robustly designed, powerful and easy-to-use tool to overwrite...

Attack vectors on mobile devices

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CEO of Tamoggemon Ltd. Tam Hanna covers the issues of mobile security at DeepSec 2011 conference, focusing on phone theft problems and mobile OS...