Anonymous group has successfully taken down the website of Supreme Court of India (supremecourtofindia.nic.in) and the official website of the All India Congress Committee (aicc.org.in). The reason being due to the fact that the Indian Government is taking Internet Censorship quite seriously, and has ordered most of the Indian ISPs to block websites including, Vimeo, ThePirateBay, Pastebin, Dailymotion, and many other sites.

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For a company that is known for having poor security implementations in its products, Adobe should take extra care when handling matters like these.

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Whenever we install software, we agree to an EULA. The same EULA has liability provisions as well, and now that Adobe is (probably) psych testing its users for this new business model, someone might just go ahead and file a class action lawsuit in the coming days.

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WhatsApp message storage database uses static AES key to store messages. Can be decrypted and view by anybody.

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Microsoft has released a new version of Microsoft Security Essentials, the free anti-virus/anti-malware program for Windows PCs.

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According to a new antivirus shootout, G-Data, Avira, and Kaspersky are the strongest performers with detection rates over 99%, while ESET, AVG, Trend Micro, and Microsoft among the weakest.

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Mac OS X has been devoid of any large scale viruses and Trojans for a long time now. However, of late as the popularity of Mac has grown virus creators have started targeting the OS with new viruses.

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A federal Judge has extended the date to cut off computers affected with the DNSChanger malware from the internet.

For those unaware, DNSChanger is a malware that replaces the default DNS servers of the infected computers with rogue DNS servers. It is believed that around four million computers were infected by this malware .

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Elaborate efforts have gone into shutting down Zeus but it keeps coming back always. Riding on the rage of the people against the Megaupload shutdown, the Zeus command and control center gobbled up bank account information, email accounts, cookies and a lot more.

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Surveillance

According to a report on Telegraph, British authorities are planning on setting up a large scale surveillance programme of its citizens. The report, which did not cite any sources, says that landline, mobile and broadband companies will be asked to store customer data so that they could provide it in real-time to the authorities if needed.

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Not only has Kelihos started showing back on the radar, it is using new encryption techniques to hide its communications. A researcher at Kaspersky has also noted that two different RSA keys are being used; indicating that there might be two different groups controlling Kelihos.

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Google Chrome Vulnerable to Secure Address Bar Spoofing

Security researchers show off HTTPS URL spoofing on Chrome 14/15.

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According to a recent report from Internet security company Kaspersky Labs, India has become the top source of spam emails for the third quarter of 2011.

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PC Securities Lab tested twenty popular Android security products on a sample set of 251 malware. Find out how well the security apps performed.

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MSE Beta

Microsoft has made the beta for the new version of Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE) available for public widely. Earlier, the beta was only available for a limited number of beta testers.

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