New self-rooting malware targeting Android 2.3 Gingerbread found and dissected.

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With great improvements in the Windows updates mechanism and several Windows XP users moving to a more secure Windows 7 experience, Microsoft is no more featured in the top 10 vulnerability rating of the latest quarterly malware report released by Kaspersky Labs.

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US Dept. of Commerce drops $44,000 on iPhones and iPads. Saying goodbye to RIM?

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bluehat

The inaugural Microsoft BlueHat Prize intends to encourage the world’s most talented researchers and academics to tackle key security challenges and generate original ideas to protect customers and provide a more secure computing experience.

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TimesofMoney Hacked Database 1

TimesofMoney/Remit2India database has been hacked through a SQL Injection. The Timesofmoney and Remit2India database is vulnerable to hacking attacks.

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Remember Google’s Chrome “Bug Bounty” program? Facebook has joined Google, and is following the “Bug Bounty” program, by rewarding its security researchers. However, the reward is way too less. For security related bugs – cross site scripting flaws, for example – the company will pay a base rate of $500, but if they’re highly significant flaws, Facebook has promised to pay more. However, the company executives haven’t revealed the reward.

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Find out how well your Android antivirus/antimalware app performs. Results of the shootout conducted by PCSL tested inside.

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Gmail now displays a forwarding filter notice if your account has filters to forward email to other email addresses. The new forwarding filter notice adds extra security to your Gmail account.

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Amy Winehouse’s death is being exploited by scammers on Facebook. Scammers are now spreading fake videos of Amy Winehouse taking crack before her death on Facebook and enticing users to click and share them.

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Looks like I am working overnight today with Facebook Scams. I recently posted about three scams today. The first was a girl having a spider living under her skin video followed by the Oslo bombings video scam and the Ex Girlfriend being violated Facebook Scam. Now I have come across a new scam where a sexy mom is making thousands of dollars working from home.

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In a new trend, a new scam is spreading on Facebook in multiple ways. There are different updates related to the same thing and they are similar in nature. I have been writing about Facebook Scam for a while today. Previously, I wrote about the Oslo Blasts Security Camera Blast and the Girl Has a Spider Living Inside her Skin scam.

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Earlier today, a bomb went off in OSLO killing several innocent people and injuring many. The blasts were carried out by terrorists, but it looks like Facebook scammers are out to fool people and make use of the tragic incident as a background.

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A new Facebook scam is rapidly spreading on Facebook where users are sharing a video on their timeline with the message “OMG. this is really gross GlRL HAS A SPlDER LlVlNG lNSlDE OF HER SKlN”.

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Anonymous and LulzSec have issued a statement saying that they don’t fear the FBI and they can’t stop them. They also government and corporations are their biggest enemies and they will continue to disrupt the internet. The statement was released after the FBI made 14 arrests in U.S. on Tuesday.

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Malware, popular term for malicious software, is a software program designed to damage a user’s computer, a server, or network; or to steal personal or sensitive information of a user or defrauding the user through online scams.

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