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Adobe fixes Flash flaw in Windows, Mac and Linux

Bug was being exploited by criminals

Malware cyber criminal

Kjw0rm and Sir DoOoM malware found on hacker forum

Developed attack tools have advanced functionality

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Apple Mac OS X security flaws revealed by Google

Bug research team take aim at Apple after Microsoft scuffle

V3 will host Enterprise Mobility Summit

Mark your diaries for 24 - 26 February

Biometrics will spell the end for passwords by 2020

Research by Visa Europe highlights a bright future for biometrics

Chinese hackers hitting Microsoft Outlook users with man-in-the-middle attacks

Security experts warn business travellers to keep their guard up if working in China

High street shoe seller Office avoids ICO fine after data breach

Incident put details on over one million customers at risk

NSA hacked North Korea with custom malware long before Sony breach

Agency mounting 'tailored access operations' to inflict 'permanent damage', says report

FBI and UK police arrest alleged Xbox and PlayStation Lizard Squad hacker

Law enforcement units make a second arrest potentially relating to Sony attacks

UK and US to stage cyber war games as threats increase

Pledge to create cooperative 'cyber cells'

Cryptowall 3.0 ransomware switches to anonymous I2P network

Evolved threat uncovered by researcher Kaffeine

LinkedIn credentials being harvested via bogus security notifications

Security firms urge the use of two-factor authentication

NSA admits 'regret' over backing dodgy cryptography standard

Michael Wertheimer, director of research at the NSA, gives tacit apology to American Mathematical Society

Mozilla patches critical bugs in Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird

US CERT calls on companies to install update sooner rather than later

Skeleton Key malware steals credentials to infiltrate networks

Attack tool opens door to corporate remote systems

Microsoft patches Windows flaws following Google security clash

Patch Tuesday squashes one critical and seven important bugs

US government outlines plans for mandatory data breach reporting

Obama also preparing to outline new data protection laws for US citizens

Oracle alerts firms to bogus malware-laden 'security patches'

Attack sites being used to infect enterprise firms

Microsoft ends mainstream Windows 7 support

Firms face more migration upheaval as another support date passes

Symantec recruits Boeing big data engineers to bolster anti-hacker efforts

65 engineers from Narus subsidiary will move to the security firm

IS hacktivists breach US Central Command's Twitter profile

Social media feeds defaced by hacktivists

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