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posted in June 2011

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Researchers Report New, 'Indestructible' Botnet
Quick Hits  |  6/30/2011  | 
TDL-4 features new defenses, Kaspersky researchers say; other experts not so sure about the 'indestructible' part
Epsilon Outlines Post-Breach Security Plans
News  |  6/29/2011  | 
Working with Verizon Business, marketing firm launches new secure services
DHS, Mitre Name SQL Injection Flaws As Most Dangerous Software Error
Quick Hits  |  6/28/2011  | 
Top 25 list also cites OS command errors, buffer overflow vulns at top of list
More Than Half Of Companies Have Experienced Multiple Breaches, Study Says
Quick Hits  |  6/24/2011  | 
Ninety percent have had at least one breach; 41 percent say a breach cost them $500,000 or more
Massive Spam Campaign Masquerades As Failed Wire Transfer
Quick Hits  |  6/23/2011  | 
Graphics hosted by Federal Reserve bear the password-stealing Zeus Trojan
Product Watch: Damballa Rolls Out Early Detection Service
News  |  6/21/2011  | 
New offering could alert enterprises "weeks or months" before malware appears in the wild
Sega Corp. Hacked; More Than A Million Users May Be Affected
Quick Hits  |  6/20/2011  | 
LulzSec says it didn't do this one; offers to go after the bad guys
Researchers Discover New 'Mass Meshing Injection' Attack
Quick Hits  |  6/16/2011  | 
Emerging exploit is much more efficient than mass SQL injections, Armorize researchers say
LulzSec Takes Credit For CIA Site Takedown
Quick Hits  |  6/16/2011  | 
After cracking a Senate website and exposing 26,000 porn users, hacker group targets CIA
Hacker Group LulzSec Takes Out Popular Gaming Sites Minecraft, EVE
Quick Hits  |  6/14/2011  | 
Cybergroup tweets that hacks might only be part of its "Titanic Takeover Tuesday"
IMF Breached; Foreign Government May Be Involved
Quick Hits  |  6/13/2011  | 
Details scarce so far; emails, other sensitive data may have been compromised
Russian Company Tests ATM That Can Detect Faces, Lies
Quick Hits  |  6/10/2011  | 
Souped-up authentication includes voice recognition, facial recognition -- and a lie detector
Nearly 80 Percent Of Businesses Have Lost Data In Past Year
Quick Hits  |  6/8/2011  | 
Customer data is most frequently compromised content; lost devices are most frequent cause
Survey: Nearly Half Of Cloud Services Users Have Had A Breach In The Past Year
News  |  6/7/2011  | 
Many enterprise IT staffers still fuzzy on the definition of cloud services, Trend Micro study says
New Malware Can Launch Multiple Types Of Advertising Fraud
Quick Hits  |  6/6/2011  | 
'Ad hijacking' leads to multiple exploits, Adometry researchers say
Sony Hacked Again; LulzSec Claims Compromise Of 1M User Accounts
Quick Hits  |  6/3/2011  | 
Hacker group says it cracked user database; claims it was only trying to prove a point
Google Reveals Attack On Gmail
Quick Hits  |  6/3/2011  | 
Hundreds of personal accounts, including those of senior U.S. government officials, are affected
New Round Of Android Malware Could Affect 100,000 Users
Quick Hits  |  6/1/2011  | 
'DroidDream Light' applications spotted in the wild
For Malware Developers, Mac Moves From Safe Zone To Target Zone
News  |  6/1/2011  | 
Growth of mobile devices, shortage of strong defenses make Apple look appetizing to authors of malicious code


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