All stories tagged web security

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Google criticised for not doing enough to discourage music piracy

Google has come under severe criticism for failing to discourage access to the pirated music on the web......

22-02-2013 // read full Story
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Twitter adds DMARC authentication to prevent e-mail phishing

Twitter has announced it is using a new technology called Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting......

22-02-2013 // read full Story
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Google's 'war against account hijackers' helps reduce hacking by 99.7%

Google has announced its “war against account hijackers” campaign has helped reducing account......

20-02-2013 // read full Story
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Hackers attack Facebook using Java flaw

Facebook has revealed that it was the victim of a “sophisticated attack” that led to malware......

18-02-2013 // read full Story
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SCROOGLED: Microsoft attacks Google for possible Gmail privacy issues

Microsoft is aggressively taking on Google again. The latest series of attacks are aimed at Google’s......

08-02-2013 // read full Story
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Cyber criminals targeting search engine and social media users: Cisco

Cisco's annual security report says Internet users are more vulnerable to cyber crime through search......

07-02-2013 // read full Story
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Twitter to revamp security in light of server hack

In light of the recent Twitter hack, the social networking site has announced all intentions to beef......

06-02-2013 // read full Story
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Under pressure Oracle churns out second Java security update in three weeks

Oracle has pushed out a key security update for Java, a software that's widely used in web applications......

05-02-2013 // read full Story
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Facebook has more than 76 million fake user accounts: Report

Despite improving spam filters, Facebook has continued to be flooded with the fake accounts. According......

04-02-2013 // read full Story
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Twitter breached, attackers stole 250,000 user data

Attackers may have gained access to 250,000 accounts on Twitter, the microblogging site said. It's time......

03-02-2013 // read full Story
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