Security

Twenty five consumer antivirus products are compared. Find out which security software performed the best.

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WorldPasswordDay

As part of World Password Day earlier this week, McAfee and its partners started an effort to help educate consumers worldwide on the importance of password safety in the wake of the multiple global security breaches.

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Heartbleed

What is Heartbleed? How did it happen? What should you do to protect yourself from it? All your questions about Heartbleed answered.

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SecureGmail Encrypt Email

In light of the currently en vogue privacy debate raging all around the world and given the flippant stance of many of our often used communication platforms with regards to securing its users’ privacy, it is becoming more and more evident that if the user wants privacy online, he’ll have to snatch it, for it […]

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India’s CLAT 2013 entrance exam for law universities leaked full email ids of all online applicants, which have since been using for phishing attacks.

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Wal-Mart owned movie rental site has become the latest victim of data breach. But unlike some of the previous attacks, Vudu data breach didn’t involve any remote hacking attempts.

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Java 7 brought a new awesome feature called Security Control to the table. With update 11 of Java 7, the security level was set to high, requiring users to approve if they wanted to run an applet irrespective of whether it was signed or not.

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Security Researchers Discover the Earliest Version of Stuxnet

The earliest version of Stuxnet has been discovered, and christened Stuxnet 0.5. Stuxnet 0.5 reveals the evolution of this dreaded worm over the years.

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Last month, a number of major companies such as the New York Times, Washington Post and most recently, Twitter had revealed that they were targeted by hackers leading to some form of data breach. In a recent development, Facebook has also now revealed that some of the computers of its employees were hacked by using a Java exploit.

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Twitter has released information regarding a hacking attempt which has led to partial breach of around 250,000 accounts.

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The hackers are extremely confident about their mission and have been able to cause temporary interruption of services in BoA and Citibank.

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Russian hackers have discovered a new vulnerability in Skype that could allow anyone to practically reset any Skype account if the email associated is known.

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The exploit works on Microsoft Windows, and starts only after the user closes his web-browser or Reader application. For now, it would be safer to switch to an alternative to Adobe Reader.

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A hacker going by the Twitter handle @Ur0b0r0x has breached LG Smart World and leaked email address and password hashes of 11,316 users.

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A serious flaw has been discovered that allowed anyone to basically login to other’s Facebook account without the need of a password.

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