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Acer AM3100 Desktop Diagnostics, Disaster Recovery and Repair by TimsComputerFix.net

This video shows how to properly diagnose, perform data recovery and repair a Acer Desktop even when things do not go as expected during the repair process. All done live in my computer repair shop at www.TimsComputerFix.net

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Yet Another Hotmail, AOL and Yahoo Password Reset 0Day Vulnerabilities

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North American Video Signs to Design/Build Brooklyn Army Terminal Surveillance System

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Is your printer a security sore spot?

Believe it or not, your network printer or copier could be a serious security liability. After all, theyoften handle very sensitive documents and information and could even be used to gain access to other computers on the network, so you won’t want a hacker to get at it. It’s time to take printer security seriously.Is your printer a security sore spot?, Blog, Security, Printer, spot, sore

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SPOOFEM: @ChrisJohnRiley @GregoryDEvans. It is a matter of preference. I see more people using Facebook that Twitter. You can get your message out!

SPOOFEM: @ChrisJohnRiley @GregoryDEvans. It is a matter of preference. I see more people using Facebook that Twitter. You can get your message out!

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Warfare And Malware

The ‘Human Factor’

When it comes to the origins of the hacker attacks, Herrmann declined comment. Spiegel Online has learned from other sources that some of the malware used in cyberattacks on NATO resemble programs that are known to have been used by Chinese and Russian intelligence service organizations. Alliance experts thus believe that the two countries may be behind the attacks. Just how successful the attacks may have been in pilfering sensitive documents from the alliance is unknown. NATO says that, so far, they only know of the attacks that have been discovered and prevented.

It is clear in SHAPE headquarters just how seriously the dangers of cyberattacks are being taken. At the entrance to the security zone hangs a sign with the current level of conventional danger. Above that is a blinking LED display warning against the opening of attachments on work computers. There are additional signs posted throughout the building. Indeed, the so-called “human factor” is generally considered to be the weakest link when it comes to defending digital networks from cyberattacks. Spyware such as that targeting NATO has repeatedly found success in the past, even in attacks against such agencies as the U.S. Department of Defense.

NATO believes that foreign agencies are hoping their cyberattacks will produce as much classified data as possible, from diplomatic cables to details from countries like Afghanistan where the alliance is active. Officials, however, have also noted a rise in political attacks as well. Early in the air campaign over Libya in the spring of 2011, for example, a NATO website was hacked and the alliance was branded as murderers. The attack, however, was discovered quickly and remedied.

Intellpuke: You can read this article by Spiegel Online journalist Matthias Gebauer, reporting from Mons, Belgium, in context here: http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/0,1518,829908,00.html

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Snow Leopard users most prone to Flashback infection

Of the Macs that have been infected by the Flashback malware, nearly two-thirds are running OS X 10.6, better known as Snow Leopard, a Russian antivirus company said.Snow Leopard users most prone to Flashback infection, Blog, users, most, Snow, Leopard, Infection, Flashback, prone

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Geotags in a photo of breasts brought down CabinCr3w hacker

According to the FBI, Ochoa allegedly tweeted in February using the handle @Anonw0rmer, directing followers to a site where he had posted information stolen from various law enforcement agency websites. At the bottom of the site was an image of a woman, now identified as his girlfriend, with a sign reading “PwNd by w0rmer & CabinCr3w”.Geotags in a photo of breasts brought down CabinCr3w hacker, Blog, Hacker, down, Photo, Brought, breasts, Geotags, CabinCr3w

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Sophos Finds Traces Of New Mac Malware, Windows Users Should Also Take Note

Michael Harper for RedOrbit.com Mac users who haven’t already installed the recent system updates should take this story as a very stern reminder that they are still at high risk of contracting malware on their machines. English security firm Sophos has identified a new malware attack which not only targets Mac users, but Windows users as well. Just like the 2 recent malware attacks which topped …

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