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posted in December 2011

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Most Facebook Scams Are Designed To Feed Affiliate Marketing Programs
Quick Hits  |  12/29/2011  | 
Fraudulent advertisers are behind majority of exploits, Commtouch study finds
Anonymous Nabs 50,000 Credit Card Numbers From Security Think Tank
Quick Hits  |  12/27/2011  | 
Analysis of stolen data yields some 44,000 passwords; more than 9,000 credit cards are currently active
Hackers Turn Lady Gaga's Facebook Page Into Bad Romance
Quick Hits  |  12/19/2011  | 
Bad guys woo singer's fans with promise of free custom iPads -- and steal their data instead
Nearly 2 Million Users Affected By New Breach At Square Enix
Quick Hits  |  12/19/2011  | 
Japanese gaming giant is hacked for the second time this year
Study: Most Federal Agencies Uncertain About Meeting FISMA Security Monitoring Deadlines
Quick Hits  |  12/14/2011  | 
Only 22 percent of respondents say their agencies have deployed continuous monitoring technology
Personal Data Of 60,000 Telstra Customers Exposed To Web
Quick Hits  |  12/12/2011  | 
Australian telecommunications giant says it is 'investigating' proprietary customer lists found with simple browser search
Resurgent LulzSec Attacks Government Sites In Portugal
Quick Hits  |  12/8/2011  | 
Hacktivist group responds to reports of police brutality in country
Dark Reading Launches New Mobile Security Tech Center
Quick Hits  |  12/6/2011  | 
Subsite will focus on news and analysis of mobile, portable, and wireless network security issues
Hacktivists Crack United Nations, Publish User Data
Quick Hits  |  12/1/2011  | 
TeamPoison might have broken into UN Development Program website

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