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Security Watch


Test Drive Microsoft's Fix It Center Pro

Plus: Password changes for Windows 8, mobile data transparency.

Hackers Targeting IPv6 Networks

Plus, Google bypassing browser privacy policies.

Popping the Hood on Kerberos

Plus: Symantec sets up a sting operation to catch the code thieves.

FBI: Security Can't Keep Up With New Tech

Plus: Symantec's pcAnywhere troubles, Google's hated privacy policy.

Good Guy Goes Bad

Plus: Anonymous responds to Megauploads raid, Google saw what you did online last night.

Happy Birthday, Trustworthy Computing

Plus: Trojan worm attacking DoD smart cards, Internet censorship protests hit the Web.



New Microsoft Exploit Category Makes Its Way into Patch Tuesday

Plus: Symantec sued for scaring up business, Stuxnet siblings ready to be unleashed.

Microsoft Makes Naughty List With 13 Bulletins for December

Plus: Fictionalizing the zero-day attack; Be careful what you type when shopping.

Adobe Reader Flaw Hits Windows

Plus: Mobile attacks still in a learning curve, Facebook hole exposes private photos of members.

Microsoft Wants You for Security Essentials Beta

Plus: One dumb hacker tries to blackmail his way into a job; FBI cracks down on counterfeit merchandise online.

Government's Crosshairs On Cybersecurity for October

Celebrate National Cybersecurity Awareness Month with these guidelines presented by the U.S. government. Plus: Google and Microsoft fling malware accusations; Redmond hogging credit for latest botnet take down?

Microsoft Confirms Advanced Security Update Leak

Microsoft has not found any issues since the update info was leaked and pulled offline on Friday. Plus: EU creates new anti-hacking agency; Apple next in line to discredit Dutch Internet certificate company for breach.

Reactions to Hijacked Web Certifications

Companies like Mozilla and Microsoft hit the Web to denounce Web certificates issued by Dutch company DigiNotar.

Microsoft Cuts 'Supercookies' out of its Diet

The company provides a comprehensive breakdown of the Internet irritant. Plus: Anonymous releases defense information; Famous individuals go to the front of the line with Google+

Microsoft Fixes Issue Discovered in Pwn2Own Contest

This month's Patch Tuesday included a fix for an Internet Explorer exploit found by Steven Fewer. Plus: Anonymous releases personal information of San Francisco public transit users; Facebook, Twitter and Research in Motion discuss possible actions to dissuade rioting in London; AOL attacked by a server-side incursion.

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