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Category: security

Mac users wake-up to Java Malware attack

Posted on 04/13/12 by staffwriter No Comments
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Mac users were always of the opinion that their systems were immune from viruses, Trojan horses and other types of malware. However, Mac users can no longer overlook anti-virus protection. Malware striking Mac computers is making the headline! The cyber security community is irate over the fact that Apple Inc has dilly-dallied on eradicating malware. [...]

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Zappos customer information hacked

Posted on 01/21/12 by admin No Comments
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How much was really lost? If you didn’t already hear. Zappos.com the worlds largest online shoe website was hacked and credit card information was compromised. We seem to be hearing a lot about this lately in the press. Zappos.com is one of our favorite sites to shop on, but now we have to wonder is [...]

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Google Gmail account passwords hacked from China Hackers

Posted on 06/01/11 by admin No Comments
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Can Google please stop being the target for attacks? I love Google services and with their epic set of failures recently, Google Music being one of them. The last thing this global giant needs is to be smeared in the mud anymore. Hackers around the world are gaining more attention than usual in the last [...]

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Sony Playstation Network Hacked Security Breach

Posted on 04/28/11 by admin No Comments
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Playstation Network Fail I woke up to once again to another scary email from a reputable company. Sony has sent out letters of a breach of their security of the PlayStation(R)Network. I have included this email below and some additional information. I would recommend that you change your passwords for the account and switch credit [...]

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iPad- Still too good to beat? Consumer Reports doesn’t think so

Posted on 04/05/11 by admin No Comments
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There is no mystery that I am a Apple product fan. You can say Apple sucks, Apple is all branding and no balls, but when you break it down, they have market share. You may not like there computers, but I bet you own and ipod. Maybe even two, maybe you have a new iPad. [...]

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Epsilon Security- Best Buy, Marriot, and Target email lists compromised

Posted on 04/05/11 by admin No Comments
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Beware of new scams that may possibly emerge from breached security of Marketing giant Epsilon. Recently I received a email from Best Buy, Target, and Marriott letting me know there email databases were compromised. Epsilon is a 3rd party vendor who manages the email databases for many companies. Epsilon Notified Clients of Entry into the [...]

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istyles.com case study

Posted on 03/31/11 by admin No Comments

Headquartered in Singapore, iStyles produces vinyl skins and other accessories for a wide variety of consumer electronics including iPods, cell phones, gaming devices, and e-book readers. The company works with designers and manufacturers in Europe, Asia, and the United States to create its accessories and sells its 30,000 unique products online, allowing iStyles to reach [...]

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Comodo Criticized over SSL hack

Posted on 03/30/11 by stupidjason No Comments
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  Last week Internet security company Comodo came forward stating that they had issued SSL certificates to fraudulent hackers who did not submit all the security information to apply for a SSL.  Because the SSLs were not correctly certified the alleged hackers were able to set up a few “secure” websites with the intention of [...]

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Using an SSL to make your way through to a site under a DoS attack

Posted on 03/29/11 by bcowan No Comments
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With DoS attacks making headlines a month ago or so, this article could have perhaps been better timed, but better late than never. I had to employ this simple trick a few weeks ago to navigate to Escrow.com while they were under a DoS attack, but I have been told it worked for accessing Paypal [...]

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Going Green Online – Increasing Sales

Posted on 03/26/11 by mgrondin No Comments
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 I recently received an email about how particular type of SSL has increased online sales.  The the email was from one of the largest SSL providers, Verisign (Symantec).  After reviewing over 50 case studies the evidence was extremely consistent and provided strong reasoning for upgrading to an EV (Extended Validation) SSL. The companies studied [...]

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