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Open Home WiFi Access Led to SWAT Raid on Innocent Family Home

06/29/2012, In Evansville, Indiana, a Police SWAT team has executed a search warrant on a home in full tactical gears. The reason: threats perpetrated against local Police forces over the internet, threatening the officers lives, their family, including the mention...

Surge in Yahoo Mail Spam?

06/29/2012, It has been reported that some Yahoo Mail account users are seeing a surge in email SPAM. This is a relatively new development because although GMail remains the best player in town for SPAM filtering, Yahoo Mail wasn’t so bad – especially...

ZTE confirms security hole in U.S. phone

05/18/2012, Chinese telecommunications equipment and systems company ZTE said that one of its mobile phone models sold in the U.S. has a vulnerability that, according to researchers, could allow others to control the device. Reuters said that the hole affects the...

Wikipedia banner ads could mean that your PC has malware

05/14/2012, You’ve probably used Wikipedia before. It has the become the go to guy on the Internet – a McGuyver all the way. Of course, there are other awesome resources too that we like. But in case you used Wikipedia this week and found a particular...

OS X 10.7.4 FileVault Security Issue Fixed

05/09/2012, Mac users will be happy to hear that Apple has just launched its latest update to Mac OS X Lion today. If you can still remember our post a few days ago about the issue with the FileVault encryption program that, according to security researcher David...