- Navy Hires Contractor to Data-Mine Gaming Consoles, threatpost
- No human interaction required: AT&T iPhone unlock can be done via iTunes, Ars Technica
- When you share with Facebook friends, you share with all the apps they use, Boing Boing
- Google Fixes SSL Certificate Error in Chrome, threatpost
- Microsoft warns of ‘limited, targeted attacks’ against Windows vulnerability, ZDNet
- Medicaid Hack Update: 500,000 Records and 280,000 SSNs Stolen, Slashdot
- Rise of “forever day” bugs in industrial systems threatens critical infrastructure, Ars Technica
- No Permissions Android Application Can Harvest, Export Device Data, threatpost
- Rogue Ad Attempted to Redirect Wired Readers, Threat Level at Wired.com
- Apple developing tool to detect and remove Flashback Trojan, ZDNet
- Adobe warns of Reader X security holes, ZDNet
- Mosh: Modernizing SSH With IP Roaming, Instant Local Echo, Slashdot
- Bad bots: DDoS attacks spike in first quarter, outdoing all of 2011, Ars Technica
- Python updates for hash collison DoS problems, Update at The H Security: News and Features
- Malicious version of Angry Birds Space spotted in the wild, ZDNet
- False Start’s sad demise: Google abandons noble attempt to make SSL less painful, Ars Technica
- Stuxnet worm reportedly planted by Iranian double agent using memory stick, Ars Technica
- Apple updates Java for a third time, this time with Flashback malware removal, Ars Technica
- New ransomware variants spotted in the wild, ZDNet
- Tough Love Triumphs: SCADA Vendor Koyo Fixes Basecamp Bugs, threatpost
- Mozilla releases to address CVE-2011-3026, Mozilla Security Blog
- Malware blocks booting, The H Security: News and Features
- New targeted Mac OS X Trojan requires no user interaction, ZDNet
- Five OS X security threats that fizzled, Ars Technica
- How To Make VPNs Even More Secure, TorrentFreak
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