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OpenSSH Security

OpenSSH is a free SSH/SecSH protocol suite providing encryption for network services like remote login or remote file transfer.  OpenSSh is an Open Source Project which provides a lot of features and since the software is open source that makes it free for everyone under Open Source...
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Netflix Lawsuit E-mail

I have received a lot of e-mails regarding this e-mail people are confused as to if this is real or a spam scam.  I have verified that this is a real lawsuit again Netflix.  The lawsuit is regarding “Netflix unlawfully kept and disclosed information, including records on the...
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Facebook Children Charity Scam

Cybercriminals have developed a custom piece of malware that injects itself into your Facebook session and prompts you to donate to a charity for sick children. The scammers’ goal is to make off with your personal data, especially your credit card number.  Security researchers have...
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Conficker Still Affected Millions Of Computers And Businesses

Microsoft released a forth quarter security report stating that the worm Conficker is still infecting 1.7 million computers and work stations.   This news comes more than three years after the worm was first detected.  The rate of infection has increased despite widespread availability of tools to fight...
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Oracle Zero Day Vulnerability Still Not Patched

Oracle Zero Day Vulnerability Still Not Patched after April’s patch release with had 88 patches.  The vulnerability allows an attacker to perform a man in the middle attack and capture information exchanged between clients and databases.  The vulnerability was reported in 2008 and has believed to been around...
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DnsChanger Trojan

DNSChanger is a trojan that will change the infected system’s Domain Name Server (DNS) settings, in order to divert traffic to unsolicited, and potentially illegal sites. This Trojan is designed to change the ‘NameServer’ Registry key value to a custom IP address. This IP address...
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Marriott Wireless Security Issues

Marriott has says it stopped Ad Service hidden in free wireless.  The free wireless connection inserted lines of code for serving special ads into every Web page a guest visited. The Marriott’s corporate headquarters said it has investigated the situation and disabled this feature at...
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Network Users Are The Biggest Security Issues

The fact is that the biggest security threat to an organization is there users.  In a 2006 survey called Information Security Breaches they found that 32% of Information Security attacks originated from internal employees while 28% came from ex-employees and partners. Experts in Europe and...
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Creating Back Links For SEO

Any successful off-page SEO campaign begins with building relevant, high authority back links to your website. Once built, the back links will provide you with two main benefits: relevant traffic and higher ranking in search engines.  This done threw what SEO’s call link juice.  The best types...
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VMware Source Code Stolen

VMware on Tuesday announced that a single 300 megabyte file was copied from there network.  The file was from the companies ESX server hyper visor source code.  The code was released online and it held out the possibility that more proprietary files could be leaked...
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