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SLCK by CC

This is Candice Craig's official app. This app lets you communicate directly with Candice and lets her communicate with you as well....

December 9, 2014 by Lex Lally Corp

Two-month wait for government POODLE patch

Almost two months after Google's security team revealed a major security flaw in SSLv3, an Australian government department was found to still be using the old protocol on at least one of its websites, leaving it wide open to POODLE-like attacks.

December 11, 2014

Don't Step on it

Dont step on it Play two mode time and attack.One Rule: Avoid White TilesAn addicting game that tests your reflexes against time and...

May 22, 2014 by Obaid inc

AttackOnWitch

The hardest most addictive game in the world - Fact(well, not readlly a fact, but try it, you will see!) It's simple, try to get a...

April 30, 2014 by Zoro Studio

Security breaches cost UK billions, says PwC

UK information security incidents are at an all-time high, and are costing UK businesses billions per year, according to auditing house PricewaterhouseCoopers.Hacks, attacks, and insider data mistakes cost the UK between £5bn and £10bn last year, according to PwC One Security partner Chris Potter — who added the proviso that the figure needed to be taken with a pinch of salt due to difficulties in quantifying that kind of loss.

April 24, 2012 by

Anonymous hacks Formula 1

Anonymous has hacked and executed Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against official and fan-created Formula 1 websites. The group is protesting the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Bahrain.

April 21, 2012 by

Japan develops malware cyberweapon

The Japanese government has been quietly developing a cyberweapon since 2008, which reportedly is able to track, identify and disable sources of online attacks, one report stated.

January 4, 2012 by

Microsoft downplays significance of zero-day flaws

Only one percent of security vulnerability exploits in the first half of the year were attacks against so-called zero-day flaws, Microsoft has said.According to the software giant, 99 percent of exploits use common techniques such as social engineering and the targeting of unpatched, known vulnerabilities.

October 12, 2011 by

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