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Monthly Archives: January 2014

iOS Banking Apps Fail to Inspire Confidence

How secure are the popular banking apps on your smartphone or tablet?

Myspace Spam: It Exists

Diet and health spam pages can appear in the most unlikely of places…

Tech support scammers target smartphone and tablet users

Fake tech support scammers are now targeting smartphone and tablet users using traditional cold calling and online advertising.

The RTLO method

RTLO can be used to spoof fake extensions. Learn how malware writers are using this old trick to spread malware.

Encryption is Loud and the Walls Have Ears

Researchers discovered a way to decrypt RSA-4096 encryption just by listening.

Hard times on The Moscow Times

A reported malware alert for The Moscow Times turned out to be just that after the newspaper told readers to bypass the “fake warning”.

Life is a breach, and then you’re pwned

The recent high-profile data breaches are a problem. But there’s a service that let’s you know if your email address was part of a data breach.

Many sites offer freebies at this time of year. But will you actually get your hands on a bargain or will it be too good to be true?

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