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Ban Adobe's PDF? The craziest idea of the year

Is Adobe’s PDF document standard now so riddled with security problems that the time has come to ditch it?According to an unscientific straw poll conducted at the recent Virus Bulletin 2010 conference in Vancouver, the answer is an emphatic ‘yes’,...

Tags: adobe reader, pdf, security

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Birmingham branded software's 'illegal piracy hotspot'

What did the city of Birmingham do to get itself into the bad books of the Business Software Alliance? It turns out that according to the BSA’s own figures, the city is the UK’s top ‘illegal piracy hotspot’ accounting for...

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The Zeus bank Trojan is stealing money with impunity. Can it be stopped?

It’s been called the ‘second bank crisis’, and this time the cause is a piece of malware so potent it can steal money from online bank accounts with apparent impunity. It’s name is Zeus (or Zbot) and it’s mighty...

Tags: online banking, security, zbot, zeus trojan

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Man jailed for planting child porn on colleague's laptop

There are two shocking aspects to the case of the London handyman who tried to frame his school caretaker boss  using planted child porn images. First, that it happened at all, second, that it took four years of hell for...

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Xerox PARC, where technology suddenly turned 'personal'

The fabled Xerox Palo Alto Research Centre (PARC) celebrates its official 40th anniversary this month, another opportunity for a grateful industry to ask the relevant question: where did it all go right?PARC, as any student of IT will know,...

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'Here you have' worm - email security fails again

Is ‘Here you have’ a worm, a virus or perhaps a cleverly-disguised Trojan? A quick look at its design and it’s clear that it is, sneakily, all three rolled into one, and that is perhaps what is so intriguing about...

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Google needs better Adwords vetting

Some months ago we reported on the frighteningly simple US visa scam in which fraudsters were charging up to $60 for US ESTA (Electronic System for Travel Authorization) visa registrations that cost nothing from the official site. Now we hear...

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Gmail's 'priority inbox' - more evidence that corporate email is obsolete

Google has started rolling out a new Gmail feature which automatically prioritises incoming email into categories its believes reflect each message’s importance to the receiver. The most important messages are tagged ‘Important’ and arranged at the top of the inbox,...

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The US cyberstrategy 3.0 risks starting Cold War 2.0

It started with a single infected USB flash drive delivering targeted malware to US military and intelligence systems and has ended up launching the latest major rethink of US cybersecurity.According to an account offered recently by US Deputy Secretary of...

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Data breach fines will not stop the rot

Is the new era of data fines for data breaches having any effect on the way organisations treat customer information? As with the French revolution, it could be too soon to tell, but what matters for the industry right now...

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