When the protection scheme for the witness hacked itself

It has been claiming that the identities of the people, who were put into the witness protection, re disclosed to self-confessed phone hacker Glenn Mulcaire. After that the matter was known to everyone but the Scotland Yard took no action of it. Read More…. For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com,…

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Godaddy Defends itself in RamshackleGlam Hacking case

  Who Got Hacked [WHG] had reported the day before that the owner of RamshackleGlam.com, Jordan Reid had accused GoDaddy of not helping her to get her hijacked website back.  Reid’s website was hijacked two days before and was being auctioned on flippa.com by someone going with the nickname of…

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Why Your Company Needs To Hack Itself

Computer security expert Jeremiah Grossman thinks that traditional cybersecurity doesn't have what it takes to fight off today's wired intruders; he advocates companies and governments invite hackers to find weak spots in their systems. Although the year has just started, 2012 is turning out to be an annus horribilis for…

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Avira anti-virus labels itself as spyware

Avira anti-virus detected components of its own application as potentially malign on Wednesday following a dodgy signature update. Avira detected its own AESCRIPT.DLL library file as the previously obscure “TR/Spy.463227” strain of malware. The dodgy AntiVir virus definition file was quickly pulled and replaced with a new version – 7.11.16.146…

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Google busts itself for distributing malware

Google is under fire in Washington for favoring its own properties. This week, I ran across proof that on at least one front it doesn’t discriminate. The company’s Safe Browsing service uses Google’s wide-ranging spiders to look for evidence of malware distribution on the network at large; the findings are…

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