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Cybercriminals Use Amazon Shipping Scam to Deliver Malware
December 17, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Cybercrooks have created a malware campaign that preys on the insecurities of last-minute holiday shoppers
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Informants' Info Revealed in Colorado Sheriff's Office Leak
December 15, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
A Colorado sheriff's office has mistakenly revealed the names and phone numbers of more than 200,000 people, including confidential informants
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Fake Christmas Cards Bear Malicious Messages
December 15, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Scammers are putting malware into fake online Hallmark greeting cards
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I Spy: Controversial PatriotApp Lets Citizens Alert the Feds
December 14, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
The PatriotApp models itself on the Patriot Act, and is drawing both supporters and a fervent opposition
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Google and Microsoft Ads Accidentally Spread Malware
December 13, 2010, Stuart Fox, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Proper browsing behavior won't protect you from this new attack.
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95 Billion Spam E-mails Sent in 2010
December 13, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Spam e-mails are going to continue to be a problem in 2011
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Facebook Users Warned About 'Free Makeup' Offer
December 13, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Don't fall for the "free makeup" scam spreading across Facebook
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'Gnosis' Takes Credit for Gawker Media Data Breach
December 13, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
A group calling itself "Gnosis" has taken credit for the massive Gawker Media data breach
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Most Employees Expose Sensitive Info When Working Outside Office
December 10, 2010, Linda Rosencrance, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
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What to Know about Checking Your Credit Information
December 10, 2010, Sue Marquette Poremba, SecurityNewsDaily Contributor
Your credit report is Ground Zero when it comes to identity theft
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Top Government Agencies Partner for Cybersecurity Research
December 10, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Three high-profile governement agencies will work together on innovative cybersecuity research projects
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Top 7 Teenage Tech Criminals
December 10, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Before they were old enough to drink, these tech-savvy kids perpetrated some serious crimes.
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Military Bans Disks, Threatens Courts-Martial to Fight New Leaks
December 10, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
The U.S. military has banned thumb drives, CDs and all removable media to prevent data breaches
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WikiLeaks Hactivism is Not Cyberwarfare, Experts Say
December 09, 2010, Samantha Murphy, TechNewsDaily Senior Staff Writer
Media outlets worldwide have dubbed the recent hacking attacks against former WikiLeaks partners as "cyberwarfare," and talk about it as if it were a new phenomenon. But security experts sc…
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Dutch Teen Arrested In WikiLeaks Online Attacks
December 09, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
A Dutch teenager has been arrested for the online attacks targeting Visa and MasterCard
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Amazon Selling WikiLeaks Cables in E-Book
December 09, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
WikiLeaks confidential cables are available for purchase on Amazon
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Online Adoption Scam Preys on Hopeful Couples
December 09, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
People looking to adopt are the targets of a new social engineering online scam
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Chinese Government Fears and Embraces Internet in Equal Measure
December 08, 2010, Stuart Fox, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
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WikiLeaks Censorship ‘Virtually Impossible’ Researcher Says
December 08, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
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NASA Sells Hard Drives With Sensitive Government Info
December 08, 2010, Stuart Fox, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
At least the WikiLeaks guy meant to do it.
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WikiLeaks Censorship 'Virtually Impossible' Researcher Says
December 08, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
The U.S. pressure on PayPal and Amazon to stop doing business with WikiLeaks has sparked a discussion about Internet censorship
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Analyst: Cybercrime Is 'Spiraling Out Of Control'
December 08, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
A Q&A with a Nicolas Christin, Carnegie Mellon computer security researcher
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Seasonal Scam: Watch Out for Google Chrome-Based Con
December 08, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Cybercrooks baiting victims with a chance to win a Google Chrome notebook
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Tech Travel Tip: Assume Your Devices Will Be Compromised
December 07, 2010, Stuart Fox, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Traveling abroad requires heightened cyber security vigilance.
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Android 'Gingerbread' Prevents Mobile Clickjacking
December 07, 2010, Matt Liebowitz, SecurityNewsDaily Staff Writer
Android 'Gingerbread' contains a security feature to prevent mobile clickjacking
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