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PlayStation Network: More Attacks Coming This Week-End (IRC rumors)

05/05/2011, CNET reports that hackers are preparing for a new wave of attacks against the PlayStation Network as early as this week-end. The information is said to be coming from an IRC user (Internet relay chat). According to the IRC chatter, hackers claim to have...

PSN Down: Sony Knew Defenses Were Obsolete (Expert)

05/04/2011, Things aren’t getting any better for Sony and its networks (still down): the government is looking into the huge hack of where 100 million Sony user accounts have been (potentially) compromised. According to Security Expert Dr. Gene Spafford, Sony...

Cyber criminals exploit Osama’s death

05/04/2011, While we’ve all been told that Osama has finally been found and killed, a lot of people are unsatisfied with just words and want more proof of his demise. Cyber criminals recognize this and have decided to take exploit this fact and not a day too...

WhisperMonitor – the first dynamic Android firewall released

05/04/2011, Android users who have been worried about the recent surge of private data leaks recently will be glad to know that they have a solution to the problem. Security expert, Moxie Marlinspike has just launched the first dynamic Android firewall today. Called...

Microsoft pushes out Windows Phone 7 security update

05/03/2011, Some of you might have noticed that Microsoft has sent out notifications about a security-focused update for Windows Phone 7. It looks like Microsoft is soldiering on with new updates for Windows Phone 7, despite problems with the updating of Samsung...

ZoneAlarm SocialGuard ready to rock and roll

04/26/2011, Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. has just announced their latest release, the ZoneAlarm SocialGuard which was specially designed for parents who would want to make sure their kids remain protected from social threats that lurk all over various...

Skype for Android vulnerability fixed

04/20/2011, Remember the Skype for Android vulnerability that was made public by Android Police last week? Skype recognized the issue and announced that they were working on a fix for it. Well it looks like they were pretty quick to their feet because today...

Your Apple device knows where you’ve been, and keeps a log

04/20/2011, In a recent article, Alasdair Allan is discussing the finding that Apple devices powered by iOS 4+ (iPhones, iPads) are recording a log of your location (including a time stamp). This would come as a surprised to most users. It is conceivable that a small...

Kaspersky thinks Android is not secure enough

04/19/2011, Kaspersky, the Russian security company apparently feels that Google isn’t doing a good enough job with their security. At a recent conference, Kaspersky’s CTO, Nikolay Grevennikov spoke his mind about the search engine giant’s mobile...

Skype for Android vulnerability exposes your details and chat logs

04/15/2011, If you’re one of the 10 million Skype users that use the app on your Android phone, you should be careful. Android Police recently took the app apart and realized how easy it was to extract data from the app. Your username, profile and contacts –...

WordPress.com got hacked, here’s what to do

04/14/2011, Wordpress hacked - Automattic, the folks behind Wordpress.com got hacked at the "root" level, which means that the hackers potentially had access to *everything* those servers...

Microsoft Windows 7 patch confirmed to arrive today

04/12/2011, Last week we reported that there will be a massive Windows 7 patch arriving today, and according to reports online, it will be arriving on time. Starting 1pm ET today, Microsoft will be releasing 17 security bulletins that will fix 64 different...

Sprint in-wall radar imaging system unveiled

04/07/2011, From Cambridge Consultants, the folks who brought you the portable in-wall radar bag, here comes a new device called Sprint to make fights against the unseen more in your favor. And when I say unseen I don’t mean sprits or ghosts, but possible...