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1 day ago The programs with the most security vulnerabilities in 2014 were not the ones you think

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Google Chrome, Oracle Solaris and Gentoo Linux all beat Microsoft's Internet Explorer in having the most vulnerabilities last year, according to Secunia, while IBM software took 40 percent of the Top 20 places.

2 days ago Radio Shack is selling out personal data

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Bad enough that hackers are penetrating companies and selling personal information. Now, it?s Radio Shack that?s getting in on the ?fun?!!! Apparently,as part of the bankruptcy sale, they are planning to auction off their customer database. As s...

2 days ago Court recording biz with clients EVERYWHERE has forums breached

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Transcripts untouched thanks to forum and user password mismatch

Australian court transcription company "For The Record" - which bills itself as "The No.1 digital evidence recording platform in the world" and says its products are "used in courtrooms throughout North America, Europe and Asia" - has had its forum hacked.

2 days ago Password-protect Your Outlook Mailbox and Recover a Forgotten Password

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Losing the Outlook Password can crate a troublesome situation, as Microsoft doesn't offer any method to reset your Outlook Password. In such scenario, users should opt for method undermentioned to reset outlook password.

2 days ago Organizational Toxins

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The purpose of every organization is for all the parts to work together harmoniously.  Given that organizations are composed of people, this is easy to say, but hard to do.

 

It's interesting to watch the normal ebb and flow of human interactions throughout the office.  Some days the engineering team is a total hero.  Other days, they are the complete goat.  It

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18 minutes ago GitHub suffers 'largest DDoS' attack in site's history

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US coding website GitHub is fending off a DDoS onslaught focused on shutting down anticensorship tools.

1 day ago Enterprise modelling in three dimensions

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A three dimensional representation can be rotated, sectioned, dis-assembled... so we can analyse it.

7 hours ago Frayed British Airways plays down MEGA HACK ATTACK on frequent flyer accounts

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In-a-pickle firm insists personal info is safe after breach

Wrongdoers have hacked into tens of thousands of British Airways' frequent flyer accounts, however the travel giant claimed on Sunday that no personal information had been swiped.

1 day ago Dimensions Of Flash And Storing The World

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Storage has enormous value as the amount of information being stored increases. This is driving the need for various types of storage technologies as well as new storage systems software in order to manage the need to work with all this content. We expect more interesting things in the future - in fact we recently heard that a Seagate executive was talking about bringing back 5.25" HDDs to meet the storage needs of big data centers!

1 day ago Dark Web vendors offer up "thousands" of Uber logins starting at $1 each

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"Bloody hell," man tells Motherboard, who read his Uber password over the phone.

1 day ago Nigerian Electoral Commission Website Hacked

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Nigeria's electoral commission admitted on Saturday that its website had been hacked, as the country's crucial presidential and parliamentary elections were hit by technical problems.

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2 hours ago Ignorance could be bliss for next generations of business

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The conditions are ripe for businesses and services to do away with wanting to get their hands on as much of their users' information as possible.

5 hours ago Frayed British Airways plays down mega hack attack on frequent flyer accounts

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In-a-pickle firm insists personal info is safe after breach

Wrongdoers have hacked into tens of thousands of British Airways' frequent flyer accounts, however the travel giant claimed on Sunday that no personal information had been swiped.