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Microsoft warns about flaw that makes hacking easier

Microsoft has warned about a flaw on the Internet Explorer browser that could allow hackers to take control of unprotected computers . The bug allows hackers to inject malware onto any system if they manage to trick users into visiting booby-trapped websites. Anyone...

Germany plans news cyber-warfare defence centre

Germany will create a new cyber-warfare defence centre next year to fight off espionage attacks, the German interior ministry said. “We plan to create a so-called ‘National Cyber-Defence Centre’ in 2011,” a spokesman told reporters on Monday....

Security predictions for 2011 – Unisys

Increasing levels of cyber crime, numerous regulatory and compliance requirements, and an explosion in usage of consumer devices and applications in the workplace will drive organizational investments in security solutions in 2011, according to Unisys security...

Top ten security trends for 2011 by Imperva

The year is changing and it is time for predeiction for 2011. Security business is not shying away from predicting the top trends in security. This list provides the top ten security trends being prodicted by Imperva. These have been compiled by Imperva.s Application...

New phishing trends

Phishing attacks are getting sophasticated everytime. Recently, phishers become very creative in detection mechanisms. In a recent attack phishers modified the .htaccess file to deny access from specific IP addresses while they were using a known phishing kit. Over a...