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Caves to the demands of its attackers.
Glitch in routine upgrade, company claims.
Decides digital offence is the best defence.
PS3 shooter Dust 514 also downed by outage.
Crackers need not apply.
A study commissioned by CPP warns that almost half of UK Wi-Fi networks are insecure.
Microsoft has launched a limited beta of its next edition of Security Essentials for Windows.
Microsoft has confirmed a vulnerability affecting all versions of Windows, with no fix yet in place.
AT&T has suffered an embarrassing breach - leaking the e-mail addresses of its iPad customers.
Adobe has issued a warning regarding an as-yet unpatched vulnerability in its Acrobat and Flash software.
The coder behind the Samy MySpace work has released a ulility which allows users to connect to another computer despite both being behind NAT routers - with potential P2P benefits.
The Pwn2Own contest is under way, and the first day saw Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer 8 all used to penetrate host systems.
The Mozilla Foundation has confirmed the presence of a zero-day vulnerability in its Firefox browser, but says a patch has already been made for release later this month.
Pwn2Own - long a staple of the CanSecWest security conference - is putting more than half of its prize fund towards exploits in popular smartphone platforms.
California-based security consultant Christopher Tarnovsky wowed audiences at the Black Hat 2010 conference with a presentation on how he broke the Trusted Platform Module.
Tuesday is set to bring a whopping 13 patches for Microsoft Windows and Office products, eleven of which are marked Critical - and which fix twenty-six bugs in total.
Google has announced that it is to pay security researchers $500 per bug found in the Chrome or Chromium codebase - rising to $1,337 if the bug is particularly vexing.
Daily Internet Services - a UK-based webhost - was the victim of a defacement attack late last week which saw customers' pages replaced with an image of the Linux mascot.
The man credited with the creation of the first successful iPhone worm - which was later used by others to extort money and steal banking details - has been given an iPhone dev job.
Sophos is warning of a modified version of an iPhone worm which joins infected devices to a botnet via a Lithuanian server, and attempts to steal banking credentials.
A Dutch cracker is running a scam in which he targets jailbroken iPhones using the default SSH password and demands €5 for instructions on securing the device.
The Information Commissioner's Office has revealed that over 350 individual reports of data loss or theft from private and public sector companies were made last year.
The Mozilla Foundation has released a demonstration of its new Content Security Policy system, designed to prevent cross-site scripting attacks completely.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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