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  • SMS trojans are starting to appear in more and more countries, and for the first time, researchers have detected an active SMS trojan in the US.
  • The Heartbleed vulnerability continues to sap the life force from various sectors, and it looks like the mobile applications space is not immune. New analysis has revealed that approximately 150 million downloads of Android apps contain OpenSSL libraries vulnerable to Heartbleed, a larger number than originally expected.
  • Google is refunding victims of a bogus Android app that called itself “Virus Shield” – despite offering zero anti-virus capabilities.
  • In the latest Verizon Data Breach Investigations report (DBIR), Verizon researchers noted that 92% of the 100,000 security incidents analyzed over the past 10 years can be traced to nine basic attack patterns that vary from industry to industry.
  • CloudFlare has launched a vulnerability disclosure program, facilitated by HackerOne’s bug reporting platform. The vendor is inviting the security community to report any flaws members may have discovered, track CloudFlare’s progress in addressing it, and receive confirmation when it has been fixed.
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  • Posted by Ernst & Young LLP • 16 April 2014
    By Mark Brown Much has been made of Microsoft’s decision to stop security support for Windows XP over the last few weeks. Some commentators have likened it to something of a Y2K-esque tech apo...
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  • Posted by IRM Plc • 14 April 2014
    By Punam Tiwari On my return home from my Cheltenham Head Office one evening, I happened upon an opinon article quite randomly lying around in the train by David Aaronovitch of The Times, titled...
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  • Posted by Bob Tarzey • 21 March 2014
    It will not be news to anyone who has written code that the time to kill software bugs is early on in the application development lifecycle, before they can have a major impact. This is important for ...
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  • Posted by Drew Amorosi • 17 March 2014
    Nine months and counting – nine months since Edward Snowden first told the world that the US government logged the metadata of all telephone traffic. Shortly after came PRISM, involvement by the...
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