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Catch up with everything we wrote in the last seven days - it's weekly roundup time...

The UPS Store breach - what went wrong and what UPS got right

UPS apologizes for data breach

Data breaches at 51 UPS Stores in two dozen US states have put as many as 100,000 customers at risk of identity theft and credit card fraud, after malware was found on the stores' networks.

Clearly something went wrong, but here's what UPS got right ...

How to protect your critical infrastructure

How to protect your critical infrastructure

It’s easy to overlook the security of critical IT infrastructure - the low level things that you rely on and that "just work", that nobody wants to touch and that probably haven't been patched for years. Here are some things to consider when keeping your critical infrastructure secure.

UPS phishing email wants your shipping credentials

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Phishing emails pretending to be from UPS.com are making the rounds in an attempt to steal your credentials for the My UPS website. Find out what to look for and stay safe online.

DNS hack hits popular websites: Daily Telegraph, The Register, UPS, etc

DNS hack hits popular websites: Telegraph, Register, UPS, etc

Popular websites including The Register, The Daily Telegraph, UPS, and others have fallen victim to a DNS hack that has resulted in visitors being redirected to third-party webpages.

The ultimate password genius! (Not) [VIDEO]

The ultimate password genius! (Not)

What's your favorite internet password?

How would you feel if a website asked you to tell it what your favorite internet password is?

United Parcel Service malware attack spreads fake anti-virus

United Parcel Service malware attack spreads fake anti-virus

Received a notification from United Parcel Service (UPS) that a parcel is winging its way to your door? Beware, it could be a spammed out fake anti-virus attack.

Malware, HBGary owned, OS X Trojan, Win 7 SP1 - 90 Sec News - Feb 2011

Malware, HBGary owned, OS X Trojan, Win 7 SP1 - 90 Sec News - Feb 2011

Don't just read the latest computer security news - watch it in 90 seconds!

This month: parcel-tracking malware goes large, HBGary Federal gets owned, OS X gets a Trojan of sorts, and Windows 7 gets SP1 at last.

Spammer's blunder leads to widespread split personality malware attack

Spammer's blunder leads to widespread split personality malware attack

Malware can't decide if it's pretending to come from FDIC or UPS.

Just make sure you don't open the malicious attachment named FDIC_Document.zip.

UPS Invoice 5305325782943? It's another malware attack

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Yes, there are lots of web-based threats out there - but that doesn't mean that cybercriminals have stopped abusing email systems to spread their malware. In the past few days we've seen hundreds of thousands of dangerous emails posing as Read more…

Another week, another "failed delivery" malware attack

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You may have come into work this morning to find an email in your inbox which claims to be from United Parcel Service of America. Well, if you did receive such a message then you're far from alone - as Read more…

UPS delivery malware rears its ugly head again

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It's not a new technique for fooling people into opening a malicious attachment, but clearly the hackers still think it has some legs. We've seen a lot of emails in our spamtraps today pretending to be a failed delivery report Read more…