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Russian anti-virus company Doctor Web is warning users about a new version of the Trojan Linux.Sshdkit that targets Linux servers. According to statistics collected by Doctor Web’s analysts, to date several hundred servers, including those belonging to large hosting providers, have been compromised by the malware. Doctor Web reported on initial versions of Linux.Sshdkit in […]

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Outlook.com, Microsoft’s relaunch for Hotmail, has already had over one million new sign-ups from users keen to try it out.Jokers were also quick to grab available email addresses, beating Microsoft’s CEO to the punch by grabbing [email protected] and [email protected], for instance.Although these addresses were no doubt acquired for fun, there can be little doubt that […]

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Stefan Viehbock, an independent security researcher, published a paper on Boxing Day titled “Brute forcing Wi-Fi Protected Setup” to his WordPress blog disclosing a weakness in the configuration of most consumer/SoHo Wi-Fi routers. As we all know the state of security for most home Wi-Fi networks was nearly non-existent only a few years ago. This […]

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