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chester
    Spammers, have you no shame? Not only are you preying on innocent people hoping to gain legal status in the United States, but you are stealing from Sophos to do it? http://bit.ly/1dtSZkL
    chester
      With Valentine's Day around the corner, it would be a terrible time to get infected. Time to "patch up" your connections - Microsoft and Adobe fix critical flaws on Patch Tuesday http://bit.ly/1bTgpNt
      nakedsecurity
        Patch Tuesday February 2014 - Microsoft, Adobe and Oracle http://ift.tt/19sAOtZ
        chester
          Apple is no longer updating OS X versions previous to 10.9 Mavericks. The problem? 82% of corporate users still haven't updated. http://bit.ly/1cQzpIe
          chester
            Microsoft's Skype decided to teach us all an important lesson on the use of two-factor authentication... By getting hacked http://bit.ly/1go9JaR
            chester
              Scammers are targeting Americans expecting crazy deals for this year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. A healthy dose of skepticism tells you these deals aren't real http://bit.ly/1dvFT24
              chester
                @0xmf Fair enough. I am in the camp that says pushing Do Not Track was just trying to twist the knife in Google's back. Unfortunately DNT is largely dead now.
                chester
                  @0xmf Lead might be a bit strong. They didn't exactly invent the new stuff, but they are certainly pushing harder for adoption than others. It could further alienate Windows 8 if it doesn't work, as some sites may not work without RC4. High risk.
                  chester
                    Lead, follow or get out of the way. Not something you usually associate with Microsoft, but they are leading the way in adopting new cryptographic standards before the old ones break http://bit.ly/1hHbDXT
                    chester
                      Microsoft, Adobe and Google all released critical software updates today. Don't dawdle, get on it. Apply those fixes. http://bit.ly/1aokAPB
                      chester
                        Apple's two-factor authentication is a sometimes affair. iTunes? Check. Changing Apple ID settings? Check. iPhone backups and documents in Apple's cloud? Not so much. http://bit.ly/19yCdM7
                        chester
                          Robert Slade shares his thoughts on how those of us techies can use our knowledge to provide practical advice to our friends and families this National Cyber Security Awareness Month #NCSAM http://bit.ly/H2i7QF
                          chester
                            Twitter is beginning to restrict URLs shared through DMs. Is this the best they can do to prevent spams, scams and fraud? I hope not... http://bit.ly/17Mx5ju
                            chester
                              Oracle fixes 127 vulnerabilities this quarter with more than 50 in Java alone. Perhaps more time invested in vulnerability testing and less on boat racing? http://bit.ly/19Hcgsm
                              chester
                                The latest from the #VB2013: Android botnets, potentially unwanted mobile apps and good apps gone bad. Paul Ducklin and I also discuss the 3 things everyone must do to protect themselves for National Cyber Security Awareness Month http://bit.ly/15Q6v9f
                                chester
                                  The latest news from the Virus Bulletin Conference #vb2013 in Berlin and an interview with SophosLabs researcher James Wyke on the latest developments in the Zero Access Trojan. http://bit.ly/16jJVtf
                                  chester
                                    >> @verge: Latest iOS 7 bug lets you place calls from a locked iPhone [www.theverge.com] <- not a problem for Marissa Mayer
                                    chester
                                      Mozilla has released verion 24.0 of Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird today. This version fixes 17 vulnerabilities, 7 of which are critical. Time to check for updates or go to getfirefox.com http://bit.ly/1eqbbuv
                                      chester
                                        Microsoft issues emergency advisory for zero-day exploit being used against Internet Explorer users. All versions need to apply either the Fix it or use the EMET tool to better protect IE. http://bit.ly/1dnc58j
                                        chester
                                          As more organizations move toward cloud services the phishing attempts continue to ramp up. After the attacks on The New York Times and Twitter, now may be the time to spend extra effort on educating your staff. http://bit.ly/1dsIvBz