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More about OSX/Dok

Further to my earlier post, here’s a link to more information from Checkpoint: OSX/Dok Refuses to Go Away and It’s After Your Money

See also their earlier post:  49 more words

Graham Cluley

Smashing Security #033: 1Password, net neutrality, and spatchcock chicken

Is password manager 1Password treating its customers unfairly? Are autonomous cars driving us around the bend? And what is this Net Neutrality thing anyway?
All this and more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security” podcast. 9 more words

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Firms that didn’t patch and enabled local admin rights continue to suffer post cyber-attack

Just because a malware outbreak has begun to fade away from the newspaper headlines, doesn’t mean your troubles are over. Many firms can continue to suffer long afterwards. 27 more words

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Trump Hotels customers hit by credit-card stealing hackers. Again.

It’s always important to take any potential hacking incident seriously and bring in the feds to properly investigate.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog. 10 more words

Graham Cluley

Adobe Flash Player users should update their software NOW

Critical security holes keep being found in Adobe Flash Player. Have you updated yours yet?
Read more in my article on the We Live Security blog. 10 more words

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AA apologises, and confirms customers’ partial credit card data *was* exposed

“We’re sorry”, says the AA as it finally coughs up to data breach which exposed partial credit card information.

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Yes – despite what it says – AA customer credit card data was exposed

The way the AA has handled this incident appears to have been at best shambolic, and at worst downright deceitful.

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