Weekly Top 10 security news (10th-feb-18th-feb)

Massive Google Play Privacy Issue

Without asking permission, Google sends developers the personal details of everyone who buys their app from Google Play.According to Australian developer Dan Nolan, Google sends him the name, suburb and email address of consumers that his app ...

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President Obama's Cybersecurity Executive Order Scores Much Better Than CISPA On Privacy

With the reintroduction of the much-maligned Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act scheduled for the day after the State of the Union, the House of Representatives may have hoped the President’s own cybersecurity initiative ...

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Adobe Recommends Protected View as Temporary Zero Day Mitigation

Adobe released an advisory yesterday suggesting a manual mitigation for zero-day vulnerabilities in its Reader and Acrobat products that are being actively exploited in the wild. The exploit is the first sandbox escape in Adobe Reader X and above ...

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That "zombie apocalypse" warning in Montana?

You survived December's much-heralded Mayan apocalypse, but now fear the "zombie apocalypse" and its deadly attacks? Don't worry. It was a fake, the artwork of hackers in Montana.Hackers infiltrated the emergency broadcast ...

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Facebook Security says that their systems had been targeted in a sophisticated attack

The compromised website hosted an exploit which then allowed malware to be installed on these employee laptops. The laptops were fully-patched and running up-to-date anti-virus software. As soon as we discovered the presence of the malware ...

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India's Nasscom seeks restructuring to stay relevant

India's National Association of Software and Services Companies (Nasscom) plans to restructure itself in order to stay relevant with the changing dynamics of the country's IT industry ...

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Apple experimenting with wristwatch-like devices made of curved glass

Apple is experimenting with wristwatch-like devices made of curved glass in its research and development labs, the New York Times said Sunday in a report that raises more questions than it answers ...

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iOS 6.1 hack allows iPhone lock screen bypass

Apple has faced a number challenges over the last year related to software errors and flaws on its flagship iPhone. According to a latest video posted on YouTube  iPhone and iPad users running the latest iOS 6.1 platform can bypass the lock screen, even when a password is set ...

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Lenovo, PayPal, and others launch the FIDO Alliance

There's little doubt that the venerable password, the internet's primary authentication tool, is buckling under the strain of both trying to protect a huge variety of information as well as the constant ...

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Zeus hit five major banks in Japan

Zeus malware is considered the most popular and prolific malicious code for banking, it is one of the privilege agent by cybercrime the use to sell various customized version in the underground to conduct sophisticated frauds ...

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