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Microsoft Offers Reward for Information on Rustock

rencontres bussy saint georges Jeffrey Meisner – 18 Jul 2011 8:00 AM Last month, I shared with you that the Rustock botnet has remained inactive since Microsoft and its partners took it offline on March 16th. Today, we take our pursuit a step further. After publishing notices in two Russian newspapers last month to notify the Rustock operators of the civil lawsuit, we decided to...

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Spam mail way down

Spam mail way down

http://werksmanjackson.com/?milihuos=forum-discussion-rencontre-belgique&fa1=c9 The high water mark for spam was reached in July 2010 when approximately 230 billion spam messages were in circulation each day, accounting for 90% of all email traffic. This has now declined to 39.2 billion messages per day, accounting for only 72.9% of all email. The question is why? Graph of spam volume, global estimated spam sent, billions of messages per...

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Dropbox et al

Dropbox et al

see url It’s been more than a week since the FTC layeth the smackdown on Dropbox, charging that the cloud-based file-sharing service hasn’t been totally honest with its customers about the degree of security it offers. At the heart of this matter is whether someone other than those authorized could access your files. Dropbox has conceded a small number of...

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Sony suffers another major security breach

Sony suffers another major security breach

source site Nikkei.com on Monday reported that an online Sony gaming network has once again fallen victim to a cyberattack. This time, the attack may have exposed the credit card numbers of thousands of Sony customers from around the world. According to the report, over 12,700 customer credit card numbers were stolen during a breach of Sony’s online gaming network, Sony...

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MOUSEOVER EXPLOIT SPREADS PORN ON TWITTER

http://www.lovelyappetite.com/?milkiwety=rencontres-c%C3%A9libataires-lille&1c7=f1 Twitter users who read and write using the twitter.com website got a nasty surprise this morning: a JavaScript exploit was causing their accounts to retweet spam and porn, just by dragging their cursor over a link (or in some cases, anywhere on the Twitter.com screen). The security flaw allowed popups and websites (like porn) to load in your browser just by...