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The British government has today published its Cyber Security Strategy detailing how it plans to protect national security and the public from internet threats, and (hopefully) support the British economy at the same time. The UK’s government plan is to co-operate with the private sector in the fight against cybercrime, beef up the computer crime-fighting […]

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A pair of researchers have unveiled a serious new attack on web browser security. The researchers used this week’s Ekoparty security conference in Buenos Aires to unveil a new tool that attacks TLS and SSL, the cryptographic protocols used to establish secure web connections. The ability to crack encrypted web traffic removes the safety net […]

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Who do you trust online? Your friends? Lady Gaga? The media? How about the BBC? If you read a news story on the BBC website, would you trust what it was saying? A Naked Security reader forwarded us this interesting email which (fortunately) had been quarantined by his anti-spam defences. What’s particularly interesting is the […]

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