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Companies’ Security Approach Outdated

While it is no surprise, but quite a few companies continue to struggle to keep their networks secure against rapidly
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How Attackers Bypass Security: Report

Attackers are exploiting commonly-used business applications to bypass security controls, a new report said. Common sharing applications such as email,
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Warnings on New LinkedIn Feature

A new LinkedIn feature designed to familiarize users with their email partners could bring in security woes, researchers said. The
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Social Media Big Attack Target: IBM Report

Knowing compromised social media accounts can be highly valuable, cyber criminals are leveraging those accounts for reconnaissance and future attacks,
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Attack Threat Continues to Increase

Cyber threats are continuing to grow and get more sophisticated, a new report said. Along those lines, there has been
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Unauthorized YouTube Ads via Plugins

A California-based firm that two years ago used browser plugins to deliver ads by injecting them into Facebook and Google
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Malware Expands to Instagram

Newer versions of the ZeuS malware are doing much more than just stealing sensitive information from computers. One variant of
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Feds Want to Monitor Social Media

In what has potential privacy issues written all over it, the U.S. Secret Service wants to improve the way it
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Self-Propagating Trojan Lives On

In the cyber world Trojans usually live a short life and then new ones quickly replace them, but Zeus/Zbot continues
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LinkedIn Joins Two-Factor Authentication

Two-factor authentication is starting to become more commonplace as social media company, LinkedIn, joined a group of companies that offer
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