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BlackBerry Bold

RIM warns of high severity BlackBerry Enterprise Server vulnerabilities

Attackers could see into corporate networks and steal information

RIM PlayBook

RIM woes continue as researchers discover PlayBook flaws

NGS Secure urges firms to hold off buying the tablet until more is known about upcoming functionality

Anonymous AnonPlus web site

Anonymous elders reclaim control of group and denounce OpFacebook

Plan to destroy social network on 5 November does not have blessing of Anonymous

Taiwanese political parties victims of sustained Chinese hacking attacks

Democratic Progressive and Kuomintang parties accuse China of cyber espionage

BlackBerry blog hacked with pro-riot warning to RIM

'Teampoison' warns RIM not to co-operate with police

Symantec downplays Operation Shady RAT attack

McAfee rival says threats were not particularly advanced or sophisticated

Wrapping up Black Hat 2011

Looking back on the headlines from another event-filled conference

Zeus Trojan four times more common than SpyEye

Trusteer warns of prolific banking malware

Cisco warns unique malware doubled in Q2 2011

Latest threat report highlights dangers of advanced persistent threats

Anonymous-LulzSec suspect Jake Davis released on bail

18 year-old told not to go online

US-CERT boss quits leaving Homeland Security in the lurch

Randy Vickers's resignation is unexplained

Apple patches 58 flaws in Safari 5.1 as Lion lands

Vulnerabilities include several remote code execution bugs

Anonymous YouTube video declares war on corrupt governments

Hacktivist group demands organisations act in a safe and respectful manner

Met's PCeU arrests 16 year-old LulzSec suspect

Youth detained and equipment seized

LulzSec set to release hacked News of the World and Sun emails

Tweets reveal more discomfort is on its way for News International

Gordon Brown claims Murdoch staff also used malware to hack PCs

Trojans used to steal information, says former PM

Harry Potter finale conjures up internet scams

Cyber crooks lurk in the Deathly Hallows

Sony Ireland hackers claim Rebecca Black and R Kelly marry

Latest embarrassing security breach leads to defacement of another Sony web site

Hacked Fox News Twitter account claims Obama assasinated

Right wing news organisation the latest in long line of big name Twitter hacks

One third of Amazon Web Services machines have customer-created security holes

AWS customers not heeding cloud firm's implementation recommendations

Soca website possible first victim of LulzSec/Anonymous AntiSec hacking campaign

British online crime division claimed as first move in larger attack

Japan enacts cyber crime law to levy tougher penalties

Law could presage signing of international Convention on Cybercrime

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