A fresh set of documents leaked by Edward Snowden show how the UK intelligence agency can manipulate online polls and debates, spread messages, snoop on YouTube and track Facebook users.
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As the Secret Service says, business center PCs can be dangerous. The only safe way to use such devices is not to use the installed OS.
Hotels that offer business centers, equipped with PCs and other office machinery, are being targeted by hackers, the US Secret Service warns.
A statement by an Oracle executive affirms that Java 7 and updates to it should continue to work on Windows XP. Java 8 is a different story.
The company's quarterly update will address problems in "hundreds of Oracle products."
As the cybersecurity row between the US and China escalates, another Chinese man has been arrested on hacking and data theft charges.
New designs for interstitial warning pages for malware and phishing sites detected by Google Safe Browsing are simpler.
The notorious Shylock, a dangerous financial Trojan, has been disrupted due to the efforts of police and security experts.
UPDATED. A security advisory from Microsoft includes more detail on the breach of an Indian government certificate authority announced by Google yesterday.
With less than a month until Black Hat USA 2014, we've got a cheat sheet of hot talks lined up for the professional infosec industry's most contentious domestic conference.