Monthly Archives: April 2011
A silly error leaves egg on the face of the British military - but have you learnt the lessons of how to properly redact a PDF?
The Skype application for Android devices has been shown to insecurely store sensitive information. This information even includes private chat logs, phone numbers and addresses of your contacts.
An extraordinary story of how an internet feud ignited into an attack which involved sadistic revenge, 100,000 compromised computers around the world, divorce and, ultimately, jail.
Apple has released security updates for iOS, Safari and OS X covering several vulnerabilities, mostly web related. The most high profile update is the revocation of the fraudulently signed certificates issued by Comodo.
Do you think hacking financial institutions and selling stolen information onto others is a viable career? You could be flushing your life down the toilet...
Chester Wisniewski and Michael Argast talk about this week's Patch Tuesday, the Albert Gonzalez appeal and the state of Texas data breach.
Millions of blog owners around the world are being advised to consider their password security, after WordPress.com was hacked.
Are you in the habit of being emailed naked pictures from complete strangers?
Is there any other legitimate explanation why your computer has been infected by the latest malware attack that has been spammed out around the world?
Microsoft released patches today for Windows XP through Windows 7, Office, .Net, Internet Explorer and more. Learn about the key highlights and our advice on what to do.
The classic Commodore 64 is making a comeback!
But what about viruses on these much-loved home computers from the 1980s?
Internet users in New Zealand have reportedly received emails, spreading a sick hoax that claims an earthquake is predicted to hit the city of Auckland on Sunday, April 17th.