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T9000 malware records Skype calls, screenshots and text messages to steal data

Correct me if I am wrong Microsoft owns Skype PLEASE CALL MICROSOFT AND COMPLAIN TO FIX THIS SECURITY BREACH

Call Microsoft Customer Service direct – 1-800-642-7676¬†– hours 5 AM… 532 more words

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Social Bots: Infiltration and Detection Methods

Social bots are pieces of automated software that pretend to be a human user of social networking sites to infiltrate the site. By infiltrating a site a social bot can harvest user data, spread unverified information as well as malware and spam. 173 more words

Computer Crime

National Crime Agency threatened by shortage of techno-savvy cops over pay and pension dispute | Crime | News | The Independent - Via John Gelmini

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The Independent cites police leaders warning that key investigative skills at the elite National Crime Agency are set to disappear, despite its departing leader acknowledging the need to recruit technologically savvy young officers. 118 more words

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'We can't protect public from cyber crimes': RCMP boss

RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson bluntly warned Canadians Wednesday that legal restraints on police access to personal Internet data means there is no guarantee they can help victims of cyber crimes. 699 more words

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Five things you should know before you start your workday on Nov. 25

Good morning. The champagne lifestyle of fast cars and faster living may be drawing to a close for London’s traders. But a whole new world of opportunity is opening up for young women. 969 more words

Executive

Yahoo Mail begins blocking users with ad blockers installed

This is wrong..this is all about money..if they want to take care of of the malware that comes from there compromised adds..then I would not have a problem otherwise just block Yahoo period..which I personally would hate..comsumer protection is just as important as them making money from the ads… 250 more words

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Uh-oh. Has an Amazon account security problem been uncovered?

Graham Cluley | November 20, 2015 12:52 pm

Tech journalist Kirk McElhearn appears to have stumbled across a disturbing security problem on Amazon.

In a nutshell, Kirk found that after enabling two-factor authentication on his Amazon account his browser ended up logged in to someone else’s account – his son’s. 401 more words

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