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Live demo of Android Penetration Testing at Infosecurity Europe 2014

Pen Test Partners are performing live penetration testing against Android devices. infosecurity 2014

Encryption no protection from government surveillance

Microsoft, Skype and other online service providers regularly tell their customers that customer privacy is "our priority." Perhaps they should add a disclaimer, that...

Bank of Scotland’s fax blunder leads to fine

Bank statements were among the details sent to the wrong people A bank has been fined after repeatedly faxing customers' account details and payslips to...

Did Kim Dotcom invent 2-factor authentication? Er, not exactly..

Twitter is the latest major web service to beef up its security two-factor authentication (2FA). The security feature is a pretty simple and effective approach...

Sneaky new Android Trojan is WORST yet discovered

Security researchers at Kaspersky Lab report that a recently discovered Android Trojan is the most sophisticated such mobile malware yet to be identified. In a...

Cryptolocker Ransomware: What You Need To Know

A new version of Cryptolocker—dubbed Cryptolocker 2.0—has been discovered by ESET, although researchers believe it to be a copycat of the original Cryptolocker after...

What is an Advanced Persistent Threat (APT)

Advanced persistent threat (APT) is commonly used to refer to cyber threats, in particular that of Internet-enabled espionage using a variety of intelligence gathering...

New proof-of-concept malware demonstrates virus for OS X

Security researchers have found a proof-of-concept attack that appears to be the first true viral malware approach for compromising OS X. The malware is called...

Facebook Security Infographic

In this infographic you can find out more about our security infrastructure and an overview of the tools available to all our users to...

How The NSA Deploys Malware: An In-Depth Look at the New...

We've long suspected that the NSA, the world's premiere spy agency, was pretty good at breaking into computers. But now, thanks to an article...