- The world’s first computer password? It was useless, too, Ars Technica
- Hackers pounce on just-patched Windows Media vulnerability, ZDNet
- When viruses infect worms, Slashdot
- Stealing smartphone crypto keys using plain old radio, NetworkWorld via Slashdot
- Antiphishing standard in the works from Google, Facebook, others, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- Landing another blow against email phishing, Google Online Security Blog
- Samba update closes DoS hole, The H Security: News and Features
- Android games contain malware, The H Security: News and Features
- Massive compromise of WordPress sites leads to Phoenix exploit kit, threatpost
- Hacker’s demo shows how easily credit cards can be read through clothes and wallets, Forbes via Slashdot
- Video: new banking trojan caught breaking CAPTCHA, threatpost
- FFmpeg 0.10 “Freedom” released – Update, The H Security: News and Features
- Security hole in Sudo’s debug option closed, The H Security: News and Features
- Dropping the F-BOMB at ShmooCon, GeekDad at Wired.com
- Hacker extracts RFID credit card details, The H Security: News and Features
- Mozilla closes critical holes in Firefox, Thunderbird and SeaMonkey, The H Security: News and Features
- Dubious Android apps may not be malware–just ads, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- Apple releases Mac OS X 10.7.3, The H Security: News and Features
- Driving up the cost of exploit development becomes a key defensive strategy, threatpost
- HTC Android phones expose Wi-Fi passwords to apps, The H Security: News and Features
- Hackers stole data from VeriSign in 2010, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- New Trojan routes your bank’s calls to CROOKS, The Register
- Google now scanning Android apps for malware, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- How to identify fake Facebook accounts, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- Teen finds bugs in Google, Facebook, Apple, Microsoft code, InSecurity Complex at CNET News
- Critical PHP vulnerability being fixed – Update , The H Security: News and Features
- State of SCADA security ‘laughable’, researchers say, threatpost
- Apple FileVault cracked in under an hour by forensics biz, The Register
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