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30 April 2012

 

Porn spam campaign redirects web browsers to hardcore websites

 

Flashback malware exposes big gaps in Apple security response

 

Snow Leopard users most prone to Flashback infection

 

Religious Sites Carry More Malware Than Porn Sites, Security Firm Reports

 

Intruder compromises user database for Star Trek Online and other MMORPGs

 

Google Staff Knew Street View Cars Were Collecting Private Data: FCC

 

Shareholder sues Google to block stock split

 

FREE Reference Card: Microsoft Word 2010 - Free Quick Reference Card

 

27 April 2012

 

DNSChanger to knock 350,000 users off Internet this July

 

Python-based malware attack targets Macs. Windows PCs also under fire

 

Free Ray-Bans and TOMS shoes scams hit Facebook

 

CISPA: more heinous than SOPA, and it just passed

 

How SOPA protests were used to push CISPA

 

Google hits back at FCC over Wi-Fi data collection fine

 

Report says Hotmail exploit "spread like wild fire," is now fixed

 

Dropbox Boosts Free Storage Limit to 5GB to Match Google Drive

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

26 April 2012

 

Warning: Fake Biophilla app on Android is malware

 

'Obstinate' Conficker worm infests millions of PCs years later

 

Microsoft reissues patched Service Pack 2 for Office for Mac 2011

 

Facebook Hacker Comes Clean on 'what Really Happened'

 

Facebook hacker tells his side of the story (video)

 

White House threatens veto of CISPA bill

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

25 April 2012

 

Apple 10 Years Behind Microsoft in Security

 

LAN Attack Can Put Some Samsung TVs in Endless Restart Loop

 

How far do Google Drive's terms go in 'owning' your files?

 

Google Drive: The Pros and Cons

 

One in 10 secondhand hard drives contain recoverable personal information

 

Big acquisitions, distractions may delay Facebook IPO

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

24 April 2012

 

Microsoft Security Essentials 4.0 free PC security software ready for download

 

Macs More Likely to Carry Windows Malware Than Mac Malware, Study Finds

 

CISPA concerns spread in Congress

 

Russian cybercriminals earned $4.5 billion in 2011

 

Free storage for you! Google Drive to arrive today

 

If you have something to hide from the government, don't use Google Drive

 

AMD brings its latest Radeon 7000 graphics to laptops

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

23 April 2012

 

ANOTHER New Flashback variant silently infects Macs

 

FBI Steps Up 'Internet Doomsday' Awareness Malware Campaign

 

Firefox skirts Windows security feature to make silent updates happen

 

Office for Mac 2011 SP2 update creating database issues for some Outlook users

 

Intel's Ivy Bridge arrives: Here's what you need to know

 

NetZero's free 4G mobile data for Grand Rapids comes with limitations

 

Dropbox adds link file-sharing; Welcome to the Megaupload club

 

21 April 2012

 

Find out if you have been infected with DNS Changer Malware
Government DNS Redirect Servers Will Shut Down On July 9th

 

Flashback Malware Continues to Plague Macs

 

Microsoft pulls Office 2011 SP2 for MAC from AutoUpdate
 

Kopimism, Sweden's Pirate Religion, Begins to Plunder America

 

MegaUpload Case Not a Slam Dunk, Judge Says

 

20 April 2012

 

IMG0893.zip - Your photo all over Facebook? Naked?
Malware campaign spammed out

 

Mac market share means more malware

 

Infected WordPress Blogs Blamed for Mac Flashback Trojan

 

Senate Passes Bill Requiring Black Boxes in All New Cars

 

Coming June: Anyone can buy stocks on Facebook

 

Apple, Google, Others to Face Former Employees' Antitrust Suit

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

19 April 2012

 

Twitter Spam Campaign Infects Users With Fake Antivirus Programs

 

Android Malware Writers Exploit Instagram Craze to Distribute SMS Trojan Horse

 

EPIC files FOIA request seeking full FCC report on Google

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

18 April 2012

 

Warning: Fake Instagram app on Android is malware

 

Flashback cleanup stalls, 142K Macs still infected

 

Yahoo! is a Facebook API molester

 

Google may be able to legally listen in to your Wi-Fi networking

 

Tuesday's Gmail outage likely affected 30M users

 

CISPA: Embraced by Facebook, Scorned by Privacy Advocates

 

White House raises concerns over CISPA bill

 

Korean regulator 'raids' HP offices in price fixing probe

 

China launches rare earth industry group
as the West complains about export quotas

 

Windows 8's Four Flavors: 10 Things You Should Know

 

Microsoft remains mum on Windows 8 upgrades from Vista, XP

 

Intel launches SSD 330 Series entry-level drives at dirt-cheap prices

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

17 April 2012

 

Privacy groups launch protest against CISPA bill

 

Facebook adds Listen button for artists, bands, musicians

 

Google faces fine for bypassing Apple's Safari privacy settings

 

Google Drive to Launch Next Week

 

Google Fined $25,000 for Impeding FCC Street View Probe

 

Google says it had Sun's full support in building Android

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

16 April 2012

 

New Mac Trojan is Latest Attack on Apple Systems

 

New version of Mac OS X Trojan exploits Word, not Java

 

Malware Masquerading as Angry Birds Game

 

Facebook scam: 2012 DOOMSDAY CONFIRMED: NASA WARNS BE PREPARED!!

 

Dude, You’ve Just Been 'Likejacked' by the Fortune 500

 

Netflix Boss Blasts Comcast Over Bandwidth Caps, Net Neutrality

 

Google Co-Founder Brin: Apple, Facebook Pose Threat to Internet Freedom

 

New All-in-One Desktop PCs Trending to 2.5-Inch HDDs

 

13 April 2012

 

Android malware poses as Angry Birds Space game

 

Apple releases Flashback removal tool, infections drop to 270,000

 

Despite Denial, Apple Dictated E-Book Pricing at iBookstore

 

Hilary Rosen banked millions destroying Napster

 

Remembering Jack Tramiel

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

12 April 2012

 

Ransomware Prevents Windows From Starting by Replacing the Master Boot Record

 

"No permissions" Android app allows secret data harvesting

 

Code 'not physical property', court rules in Goldman Sachs espionage case

 

After denouncing SOPA and PIPA, how can Facebook support CISPA?

 

Microsoft adds 6 months to Office 2007's support lifespan

 

Daily wrap-up in the world of video games,
technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

11 April 2012

 

Flashback Mac Malware Gives Rise to Detection, Removal Tools

 

F-Secure Creates Tool to Detect, Remove Flashback Malware From Macs

 

Apple Creating Tool to Detect, Remove Flashback Malware

 

Decade-old remote code execution hole patched in Macs, Linux

 

Adobe Reader Update Patches Vulnerabilities, Removes Bundled Flash Player

 

Microsoft patches critical Windows zero-day bug that hackers are now exploiting

 

States start filing individual lawsuits against e-book publishers

 

DoJ sues Apple, publishers in e-book price fixing antitrust suit

 

Lawmakers Ask How Much LightSquared Tests Cost Taxpayers

 

US government learning how to hack video game consoles

 

Read: ZeroAccess technical paper

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

10 April 2012

 

Microsoft Security Updates Patch IE, Windows, Office Dangers

 

Medicaid hack update: 500,000 records and 280,000 SSNs stolen

 

Phishing for passwords of unwary Google users

 

Fake FCI Exchange report emails carry malware infection

 

Microsoft warns of 'limited, targeted attacks' against Windows vulnerability

 

Free Tool Detects Flashback Mac Malware

 

Flaw in Popular Mobile Apps Exposes Users to Identity Theft

 

Best Buy CEO Brian Dunn resigns

 

Microsoft Starts Two-Year XP Retirement Countdown Clock

 

Facebook Buying Instagram for $1 Billion as Some Users Revolt

 

Fifth-generation Wi-Fi is coming: Are you ready for 802.11ac?

 

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9 April 2012

 

Medicaid hacked: over 181,000 records and 25,000 SSNs stolen

 

Quick protection for older Macs from the Flashback trojan

 

Flashback Trojan FAQ

 

Web Attacks Use Smart Redirection to Evade URL Security Scanners

 

New iPad WiFi Tests Confirm Consistent Connection Failures

 

Computer Legend and Gaming Pioneer Jack Tramiel Dies at Age 83

 

Microsoft retires Vista, Office 2007 from mainstream support this week
But, will continue to deliver security updates for Vista and Office 2007 until mid-April 2017
Vista users will also be able to upgrade their PCs to Windows 8 when it ships later this year

 

7 April 2012

 

Apple Issues Second Patch for Flashback Trojan

 

Mac Malware Outbreak Is Bigger than 'Conficker'

 

New MAC Trojan Variant Can Install Without Password

 

How to confirm if your MAC is infected

 

6 April 2012

 

New Mac malware epidemic exploits weaknesses in Apple ecosystem

 

Complaints about iPad Wi-Fi problems continue to climb

 

Sophos Takes Down Partner Portal After Signs of Hacking

 

Google Patches Chrome for Second Time in Eight Days

 

Microsoft slates critical Windows, Office, IE patches
next week, including 'head-scratcher'

 

HP Labs Director Resigns as Company Considers Research Redirection

 

Women's rights group demands Facebook add women to its board

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

5 April 2012

 

Over 600,000 Macs infected with Flashback Trojan

 

The scariest thing about the Flashback trojan: I have no idea how to fight it

 

Half a million Macs infected (a dream, dashed)

 

Security hole exposes Android, iOS to Facebook identity theft

 

Avira unveils FREE Mac antivirus software

 

Apple investigating, replacing problematic iPad 3 Wi-Fi tablets

 

Microsoft readies patch for gaping IE browser security holes

 

Easter eggs, with a side order of scareware

 

Viacom wins reversal in landmark YouTube case

 

White House's Online Privacy Plan Gets Mixed Reaction

 

Google's Project Glass Envisions Augmented Reality Eyewear

 

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4 April 2012

 

Rogue US Airways-themed Emails Distribute ZeuS-based Malware

 

Apple patches Java hole that was being used to compromise Mac users

 

Don't be an internet troll. You could be sent to jail!

 

Activists Allege Facebook Dragging Its Feet on Privacy Changes

 

Study: Geolocation Apps Draw Users, Despite Privacy Concerns

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

3 April 2012

 

Senators Press FTC to Begin Investigating Software Piracy

 

'Girls Around Me' shows a dark side of social networks

 

Global Payments breach raises questions

 

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technology and popular culture on The Feed

 

2 April 2012

 

Visa Dumps Global Payments Following Credit Card Data Breach

 

How to Tell if You’re Caught in the Giant Global Payments Credit Card Fraud

 

Hackers can steal credit card data from used Xbox 360s

 

Unpatched Java Vulnerability Exploited to Infect Macs With Flashback Malware

 

Grab the Windows 8 Consumer Preview
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Windows 8 consumer preview download: Beta reaction roundup

 


 

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Free Microsoft Security Essentials!
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Microsoft adds free Web development tools

 

Microsoft to offer cheap Windows 7 for students

 

Microsoft DreamSpark
 

The Microsoft Ultimate Steal!


 

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