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This past weekend, various postgraduate students in France ended their academic year by making final modifications in their theses.On Sunday, I assisted some of them. While browsing the Internet for some last-minute data, they suffered the fright of their lives: the sudden closing of their Microsoft Word software-without prompting to save their data-no more Internet […]

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Last year, we showed that it was easier than you might expect to hijack a Facebook page and lock out the original admin.Here’s a video I made at the time, where I showed just how page hijacking could occur.(Enjoy this video? Check out more on the SophosLabs YouTube channel and subscribe if you like.)Facebook page […]

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Following the widely-publicised disgrace of Dutch digital certificate issuer DigiNotar, a person calling himself ComodoHacker claimed that he’d breached four other Certificate Authorities (CAs), too. Only one of these CAs was named: GlobalSign, the world’s fifth-biggest issuer of digital certificates. In my opinion, GlobalSign would have been justified in ignoring this claim altogether. It comes […]

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