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Why We Click on Spam

Money is the motivation for scam-spam. The motivation for...

Congress Nears Final Identity Theft Legislation

Since the ChoicePoint headlines in February, the number of...

Software Glitches at Fault for Data Breaches?

Since January 2005, there have been 167.7 million records...

IPv6: Ready or Not

Way to go, vendors of low-end routers and intrusion...

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Office Workers Confess How They Let Security Slide

When office workers are asked to self-report anonymously on their work-related security behaviors and attitudes, a snapshot emerges that...

Phishing Attack Hits National Labs

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has been bombarded by a coordinated phishing attack aimed at multiple national labs and may...

Littering the Internet

After checking 1,160,000 random IP addresses, a security firm found nearly half a million database servers on the Internet...

Software Glitches at Fault for Data Breaches?

Since January 2005, there have been 167.7 million records containing sensitive personal information exposed by security breaches, according to...

Is Word of Al-Qaeda e-Jihad Attack for Real?

Al Qaeda plans to launch an electronic Jihad on Nov. 11, attacking Western, Jewish, Israeli, Muslim apostate and Shiite...

Microsoft Gets Religious About Data Anonymization

Before it plunges into the world of third-party advertising with the $6 billion purchase of aQuantive, Microsoft is getting...

Bug Brokers: eBay-like Bug Site Doomed

Claiming that security researchers are dissatisfied with current remuneration—white-hat chump change or the potential of black-hat broken kneecaps—a Swiss...

Microsoft to Patch Critical .Net Flaw

Microsoft is issuing six patches on Patch Tuesday on June 10, one of which addresses a critical .Net Framework...

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