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Google has responded to the DroidDream outbreak in the Android Market, but employing the kill-switch and pushing through Android Market updates to affected users.

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Sourceforge.net had warned its users of a possible attack on their passwords with a blog post. Users will be asked to reset their passwords on the next login.

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Android 2.3 still vulnerable to a previously disclosed and “fixed” data theft vulnerability. Google has confirmed, is investigating and will release an “ultimate fix with the next major release of Android”.

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The Stuxnet worm has become a thing of interest among hackers. It has displayed immense potential and has hit a nation at its ultimate reserve- energy.

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Trojan Horse For Android Listens To And Stores Credit Card Numbers

Chinese researchers deploy and demo an Android trojan horse application for capturing credit card numbers over the phone.

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Motorola scrambles to apologize to users over a comment left on their YouTube page concerning their practices of locking down the bootloader on Android devices.

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Microsoft Developer Network blogger shows off easy way to monitor HTTP and HTTPS traffic coming from a Windows Phone 7 device.

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RIM releases security advisories for BES vulnerability involving PDF attachments and a partial DoS against Blackberry devices.

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Flash sandboxing can be broken without writing a single line of code. Ross has proved this by simply changing Windows settings, which was enough for cracking the sandbox on Adobe Flash.

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While Sony has confirmed the fix through a network update, FailOver believes that the hardware is compromised and no amount of software fixes can work in this case.

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Is Microsoft still on vacation? Next Tuesday, they plan to release a few patches, but they will fail to fix two important bugs.

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According to Internet Security Giant Symantec, this Windows-specific computer worm – Stuxnet, has already affected more than 10,000 Indian systems, across power units and petrochemical plants.

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The Tor network can be spied upon, a new study revealed. The anonymity network can be “hacked” into if an eavesdropper is willing to go the lengths. Read on to find out more.

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Have you opened all of your Christmas presents yet? Microsoft’s biggest present was a huge security headache that hit them just before Christmas. The zero-day CSS flaw in Internet Explorer.

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A Google Android Security engineer talks about security on the Android platform, risks and rewards of “rooting” and what users should expect from their providers.

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