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On 3 November 2017 at midnight, Estonia will block the certificates of 760,000 ID cards. The decision is the result of the discovery of a security vulnerability in the Infineon-developed RSA library, which could be exploited by attackers to discover the RSA private key corresponding to an RSA public key generated by this library. Estonian […]

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We have posted many times about online pharmacy spam disguised as phishing emails for various entities like Amazon, Paypal, eBay, AOL, Facebook and Twitter. Since the end of December 2011, we have started to see large amounts of emails being sent in the name of the well known professional social network LinkedIn. They appear as […]

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Don’t just read the latest computer security news – watch it in 90 seconds! Looking back over last month: Apple comes out of the anti-virus closet; RSA decides to replace tokens; Facebook sticks to its opt-out approach; a Peeping Tom gets arrested for putting spyware on Macs; cops in 12 countries bust a scareware gang; […]

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