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January 2012

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Jan'12

How to securely delete Mac OS X files in Trash basket

Ever wondered whether your deleted files in the Mac OS X Trash basket are actually deleted forever? Well, let me …

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26

Jan'12

The Mac OS X Quick Look Suspicious Package plug-in

One feature I really like about Mac OS X has to be the easily forgotten ‘Quick Look’. It’s a really …

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25

Jan'12

Android.Qicsomos open source Trojan in circulation

Security researchers have uncovered a new Android malware that claims to detect Carrier IQ software on an Android device. Android.Qicsomos …

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25

Jan'12

Carberp Trojan stealing Ukash e-cash vouchers

The Carberp Trojan is targeting Facebook users in an attempt to steal login credentials. Carberp allows its developers to anonymously …

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25

Jan'12

Members of TeaMp0ionN hacker group target T-Mobile

Hackers from hacker group TeaMp0ioN have recently published login information for T-Mobile staff and administrators. The hackers managed to identify …

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25

Jan'12

NSA releases security enhanced Android OS

The National Security Agency (NSA) has this week (Jan16th) released a security-hardened version of Google mobile OS Android. The enhanced …

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10

Jan'12

Intel demonstrate contactless payments using an ultrabook at CES

CES showcased this week the early results of a collaboration between Intel and MasterCard for improving security and simplifying online …

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06

Jan'12

Facebook Ramnit malware still in circulation

Facebook is a well known target for pretty much everything these days, so it’s no surprise that a worm called …

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05

Jan'12

How to manage website scripts using browser addons

Script blocker browser addons (sometimes referred to as ‘browser extensions’) are very handy browser tools that provide another level of …

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