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Mozilla releases five critical Firefox 30 security fixes

Flaws could be exploited for remote code execution

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Evernote hit by DDoS attack

Firm warns customers of possible ongoing disruptions

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Government touts £200m digital savings

Better use of digital services helps Whitehall watch the pennies

OpenSSL president: Latest flaw is no Heartbleed but prepare for more bugs

Enhanced awareness will throw up more problems Steve Marquess tells V3

HootSuite promises 99.99 percent uptime and mobile-first design focus

Social management firm adds 100 customers across Europe this year

Gameover Zeus malware warning crashes Get Safe Online website

Web group pleased by interest, but unprepared for traffic deluge

IBM combats online fraud with web-use detection patent

Software could help sites learn user behaviour and spot anomalies

High-street shoe seller Office latest to be hit by hackers

Another firm falls foul of hack attack rampage

Google moves to boost Chrome extension security for Windows users

Existing installed extensions will now be disabled until resubmitted

Google adds top UK tourist spots to Street View

Google paves the way to digital tourism by adding popular British destinations to Street View

Avast admits 400,000 accounts hit by forum hack

Security firm promises financial information is safe

Ebay password debacle an excellent example of how not to do security

The auction site has failed its customers over password reset requirement, says V3 editor Madeline Bennett

Microsoft promises fix for Internet Explorer zero day flaw

Researcher who found bug defends firm for taking over 180 days to issue fix for problem

Apple plugs critical Safari browser vulnerabilities

US CERT calls for admins to install as soon as possible

EBay slammed for password blundering after giant breach

Security community reacts with anger for shoddy post-incident management

More IPv4 exhaustion warnings as ICANN address stocks dwindle further

ICANN urges IPv6 adoption as IPv4 address range now 'nearing total exhaustion'

Red Hat pushes DevOps enhancements in OpenShift Enterprise 2.1

Platform as a service for enterprise application development gets numerous enhancements

Adobe’s Creative Cloud downed for almost 24 hours

Firm promises to do better after cloud-based versions of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign went offline

TechEd: Tor cannot stop PRISM snoops and cyber crooks

NSA and GCHQ are monitoring supposedly-private network, says Microsoft MVP

US ISPs in push to halt FCC broadband changes

Joint letter sent to Federal Communications Commission

Google adds UK travel data to Maps service for iOS, Android and desktop use

Firm offers routes from Land's End to John O'Groats

GCHQ faces legal challenge over desktop and smartphone spying

Privacy International says GCHQ is acting as if UK were a dictatorship

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