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US court hits Russian PoS hacker with record 27 year jail sentence

A Russian hacker has received the longest sentence ever handed down for hacking-related charges in the United States.
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Want to watch HSBC’s security awareness videos? You’d best have Flash installed…

If you don’t give your customers a different way to consume your content, they’re going to feel forced to (shudder…) install Adobe Flash.

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Donald Trump’s review of America’s cybersecurity misses its deadline

A planned review of America’s cybersecurity efforts has failed to materialise.
Good job there’s no hacking going on, eh?

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Microsoft patches Word zero-day vulnerability being actively exploited in attacks

Microsoft has issued patches for 44 vulnerabilities, 13 of which are rated “critical”.

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Tilting your phone can allow hackers in

The way you hold – and tilt – your smartphone and type on your touchpad could put you at risk of data hacking, say scientists. 496 more words

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Microsoft Office zero-day being exploited to spread malware, but no patch available… yet

Malicious hackers are exploiting an as-yet-unpatched security vulnerability in Microsoft Office products in attacks designed to secretly infect targeted computers with malware.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog. 14 more words

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Wonga data breach puts up to 245,000 UK current and former customers at risk

Controversial short-term loan firm Wonga has some bad news for its current and former customers.

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