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Microsoft relationship, viruses spread down in Italy

Published: April 26, 2010, by admin

Published yesterday by Microsoft the eighth edition of its Security Intelligence Report (SIR), safety report. The report (which you can download from this page) consider in particular the second half of 2009, and is based on data from more than 26 countries. The data were collected with the consent of the user, by [...]

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Unveiled for the security code of GSM

Published: December 30, 2009, by admin

A German researcher, Karsten Nohl, announced at the Chaos Communication Congress in Berlin, to be able to decrypt the protection code, called A5 / 1, used in GSM mobile phone network. This was reported by the New York Times. Nohl, who said that he was just animated "by a spirit purely academic", has made available [...]

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Windows 7 is less secure than Windows Vista?

Published: December 13, 2009, by admin

The new Microsoft operating system, Windows 7 in its default configuration is less secure than Windows Vista. A support Trend Micro, a company active in safety. According Raimund Genes, CEO of Trend Micro, Microsoft Windows 7 has sacrificed safety to prioritize usability. Genes believes that XP Mode present in some [...]

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More than 130 000 hacked websites

Published: August 31, 2009, by admin

More than 55 000 sites were hacked as revealed by Mary Landesman, a researcher in the security threat alert team ScanSafe. Hackers would have succeeded, through a SQL injection attack, to incorporate the sites, Europeans and Americans, an iframe pointing to an interim site that picks up in turn by seven sites [...]

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14% of SSL certificates on the Internet are potentially unsafe

Published: January 5, 2009, by admin

Just a week ago, a team of researchers has revealed the security risks in the digital certificates due to a flaw in the MD5 algorithm. The team of researchers, belonging to the Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) in the Netherlands, EPFL in Switzerland, and Eindhoven University of Technology (TU / e) always in the Netherlands, has identified a problem of [...]

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The pirates prefer Windows XP to Windows Vista

Published: October 22, 2008, by admin

According to a Microsoft lawyer, Bonnie MacNaughton, pirates prefer to pirate Windows XP rather than Windows Vista. "Historically, counterfeiters tend to focus on the software version of the 'n-1'," said MacNaughton. "Because of the security features and more robust antipiracy in Vista, the pirates continue to focus on XP. But [...]

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IPhone, personal data at risk

Published: September 2, 2008, by admin

A serious security problem for the IPhone was discovered by some sites like Gizmodo and forum site Mac Rumors. The problem concerns the IPhone with the latest software version 2.0.2 iPhone. As demonstrated at the sites indicated an attacker can with three simple steps (just click on the 'Emergency Call' in [...]

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Jobs: Apple controls remotely iPhone

Published: August 13, 2008, by admin

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs, Apple's CEO, admitted that Apple is able to remotely control the iPhone and remove software installed on the iPhone. As stated by Jobs Apple to remove the intervention of a software installed on the iPhone would be the case in which a malicious software is [...]

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Windows XP SP3 includes a vulnerable version of Flash Player

Published: June 5, 2008, by admin

The service pack 3 of Windows XP released a month ago includes a vulnerable version of Adobe Flash Player. According to the report several sources, including computer world, in sp3 Windows XP includes the version of Adobe Flash Player 9.0.115.0, released in December 2007 and subject to security issues. On April 8, [...]

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Google violated Captcha

Published: February 29, 2008, by admin

According to reports WebSense some spammers would be able to breach the security of Google GMail captcha. The test CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) is used to check if the user with whom you interact is actually a person or a computer (bot). Usually the test consists of [...]

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