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The top 10 security tools in Kali Linux 1.0.6

The top 10 security tools in Kali Linux 1.0.6 — 13 retweets 9 favorites

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Is the Adobe Hack Just the Tip of the Iceberg?

Is the Adobe Hack Just the Tip of the Iceberg? — 4 retweets 3 favorites

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Afraid of PRISM? China to the rescue!

Afraid of PRISM? China to the rescue! — 1 retweets 1 favorites

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Focus&Report Cyber Attacks on U.S Financial Institutions

Focus&Report Cyber Attacks on U.S Financial Institutions — 6 retweets 1 favorites

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Windows 3.1: Geeks' New Choice for Graphics?

“They say everything old is new again, and it would be difficult to find a better example than a post on Slashdot last week.”Why a Linux User Is Using Windows 3. 1″ is the title of said post, which refers to a recent NetworkWorld story by the same name.”About two weeks back, I was using my Android tablet and looking for a good graphics editor,” author and said Linux user Bryan Lunduke began

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New FCPA Guidance from DOJ and SEC: How It May Impact Your AntiCorruption Compliance Program

“Deloitte polled more than 1,250 business professionals from industries including financial services, consumer and industrial products and technology, media and telecom during a recent webcast titled, New FCPA Guidance from DOJ and SEC: How It May Impact Your Anti-Corruption Compliance Program. *In this document, new FCPA guidance from the DOJ and SEC refers to information distributed in November jointly by the Department of Justice and the Securities & Exchange Commission as shown here….”

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Apple Quickly Updates Malware Definitions to Detect New SMS Scam Trojan

“Earlier this week, Russian security firm Dr. Web published a blog post announcing the discovery of a new OS X trojan horse known as “Trojan

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Iran Rejects Media Reports on Hacking US Banks

“Iran's civil defense chief categorically rejected the recent reports by American officials and media outlets alleging that Iran has hacked several US banks, saying that westerners are trying to portray Iran as a threat in cyberspace to achieve their goals.”Iran has not hacked the US banks,” Head of Iran's Civil Defense Organization Gholam Reza Jalali told FNA on Sunday. The western media reports alleged on Friday that Muslim hackers have repeatedly attacked Bank of America Corp, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Citigroup Inc over the past year as part of a broad cyber campaign targeting the United States. Speaking to NBC News, US national security officials alleged that the continuing cyber attacks this week that slowed the websites of JPMorgan Chase and Bank of America are being carried out by Iran….”

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Facebook opens up user phone numbers, emails to advertisers

“Facebook has announced plans to allow external marketers to mine new customers from the social network using personal information, such as phone numbers, email addresses, Facebook users' unique UID code, and other identifying characteristics. The targeting option will be available to advertisers next week. Facebook says advertisers will have to seek their customers' permission to use the data for marketing purposes before they proceed….”

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Microsoft June 2012 Black Tuesday Update – Overview, (Tue, Jun 12th)

Overview of the June 2012 Microsoft patches and their status. # Affected Contra Indications – KB Known Exploits Microsoft rating(**) ISC rating(*) clients servers MS12‑036 RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) allows random code execution due to input validation issues

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