Gmail has a service that checks if a login is made from a geographically different location by checking the IP address of the user. Google has extended this service to all its services.

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Caller ID spoofing lets you gain access to any voicemail over an AT&T network. There is an app, which lets you spoof your caller ID number and lets you place a call to the voicemail posing as someone else.

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Google Chrome already provides support for an Adobe PDF and Flash. The plugins for both are included into Chrome builds by default. Google has taken a step towards security by issuing these updates automatically.

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Adobe uses reusable code across multiple products making them all vulnerable. Security updates for Reader fixed 17 security flaws also found in Adobe Flash.

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Is it the Information Highway to Hell?

What most of you have not heard, is that the destination of this information superhighway may not be what you had hoped. Where is it leading us?

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Comodo has discovered an exploit in the VeriSign SSL certification. VeriSign is shying away from this is because Comodo is VeriSign’s competitor in this market.

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Get your fix for Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 machines to protect you against a recently discovered flaw.

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Maltokyo a Redditer, wants the folks at Reddit to zoom in on the video, enhance it the Jack Bauer style and get him a match for the numberplate on the car.

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John Graham-Cumming has written a post to show how vulnerable the Facebook mail system is. Facebook emails are signed using DKIM which reveals the 512 bit key.

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Unreal ircd files get replaced with ones containing backdoor. A report on how it was done and what can be done to avoid these.

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A hacking group which calls itself Goatse Security has claimed that it has access to a list of all iPad users and their data. This includes top figures from multiple industries like the armed forces, music and movie industry, politics and others.

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Bernd Marienfeldt, a security officer at UK internet node saw that if he connected and rebooted his iPhone on Ubuntu, he could gain access to all internal files.

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The fraction of people using Mac is negligible as compared to Windows PC. That gives us far less data to claim virus free OS. Mac being a BSD fork does not help.

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Microsoft will soon end support for security updates to Windows Xp service pack 2 users. The security update support ends on July 13th 2010

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Traveling around with a USB flash drive full of your personal files is often very useful. However, it can also be risky. USB Safeguard can reduce the risk.

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