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Windows XP security update with bug error causes havoc

Users still acting surprised that something Windows XP related is borked

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Heartbleed hacker arrested in Canada after Mounties swoop

Nineteen-year-old Stephen Arthuro Solis-Reyes arrested

Heartbleed: Canada Revenue Agency and Mumsnet become first victims of OpenSSL hackers

Cyber criminals exploited gaping security hole to steal 900 taxpayers' details

NSA denies knowledge of Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw, firms urged to patch systems

ICS-CERT calls for users to patch huge security gap as soon as possible

Only three of 43 police forces able to tackle cybercrime challenges

Just two percent of officers are trained to combat hackers, government watchdog finds

Criminals launching Tor alternatives to avoid detection

Anti-hacker victories driving black hats into cyber underground, says Symantec

Heartbleed is a ‘catastrophic’ security calamity, bemoans Bruce Schneier

Renowned security expert questions whether intelligence agencies were involved in the bug's creation

Heartbleed SSL bug leaves web servers open to attack

Major problems found in software used by two-thirds of web servers

Massive data breaches hit 552 million web users in 2013

Criminals' success rate for big business data hacks has boomed over the past year, warns Symantec

Tech firms ignoring wearables and Internet of Things security risks

New legislation needed for wearable technologies, says Symantec

Malware boom forces security vendors to roll out upgrades every 40 minutes

Hacker siege increasing danger of false positive signature update, says Symantec

Windows XP: Upgrade or prepare to pay the price, warns Symantec

Data breach disaster dangers and third-party support costs make upgrade the best business decision

Yahoo details anti-PRISM encryption plans

All traffic to be encrypted

PRISM woes and CISP holes: CERT-UK has its work cut out

Emergency response team opens in the knick of time, says V3 reporter Alastair Stevenson

Middle Eastern hackers use remote access Trojan to infect 24,000 machines worldwide

Hacking groups caught using njRAT malware for botnet building, data theft and hacktivism

RSA ties to NSA PRISM spooks go deeper than first thought

Academics find evidence that state hackers used a flaw in security extension tech to crack encryption protocols faster

Anti-hacker CERT-UK opens for business

Government also launches Cyber Assist programme to help SMBs deal with security threats

Chinese CERT accuses US of carrying out 3.6 million cyber attacks on its systems

US responsible for 30 percent of 2013 PC infections, says defence team

Turkish ISPs are spying on Google customers

Intercept company's public domain name system server data

Hackers hit Microsoft Word and Excel users with evolved Tor malware

Attack uses rare scripting language to steal data

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