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A lengthy blog post from security researcher Dan Kaminsky has some details on what we’re probably looking at: information trading networks on the so called darknet — a term for private networks where connections are made only between trusted peers — where users exchanged nude images of celebrity targets and built up massive collections over years. […]

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Last week, we advised readers to apply Microsoft update MS12-020 sooner than later. For those of you that have — good work. And if you haven’t yet applied the patch — stop delaying. Ever since MS12-020 was released, there’s been a flurry of activity attempting to “weaponize” the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) vulnerability. The race […]

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A new piece of American legislation, SOPA (Stopping Online Piracy Act) has been getting a lot of attention the last few weeks. The purpose of the bill is to put a dent in online piracy by allowing the US government to dictate ISPs block access to sites hosting copyrighted materials. The US Congress seems to […]

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