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theguardian.com

by Spencer Ackerman and Dominic Rushe

February 3, 2014

Limited disclosure, part of transparency deal made last month, shows tech giants turn over data from tens of thousands of accounts

Tens of thousands of accounts associated with customers of Microsoft, Google, Facebook and Yahoo have their data turned over to US government authorities every six months as the result of secret court orders, the tech giants disclosed for the first time on Monday. As part of a transparency deal reached last week with the Justice Department, four of the tech firms that participate in the National Security Agency's Prism effort, which collects largely overseas internet communications, released more information about the volume of data the US demands they provide than they have ever previously been permitted to disclose. But the terms of the deal prevent the companies from itemising the collection, beyond bands of thousands of data requests served on them by a secret surveillance court. The companies must also delay by six months disclosing information on the most recent requests - terms the Justice Department negotiated to end a transparency lawsuit before the so-called Fisa court that was brought by the companies.

spidynamics.com

by SPI Labs

July 27, 2006

Imagine visiting a blog on a social site like MySpace.com or checking your email on a portal like Yahoo Webmail. While you are reading the Web page JavaScript code is downloaded and executed by your Web browser. It scans your entire home network, detects

This scenario is no longer one of fiction.

youtube.com

by Spirituallysmartxcom

October 4, 2011

Clinton Eugene Curtis, a computer programmer from Florida, testified before a congressional panel that there are computer programs that can be used to secret...

blogcastfm.com

by Srinivas Rao

April 26, 2010

I want to warn you guys about a massive exploit that has hit a large number of Godaddy Hosted WordPress Blogs this weekend

This hack appears to redirect visitors upon arrival from Google and attempts to install malware on their computers. When I was visiting the site directly, whether logged in or as an Admin, even if I could see the malicious script in my view-source window I did not have any issues and it did not redirect me. This means your site could be hacked and infected and you may be unaware.

CNS News

by Stan Lehman

January 31, 2012

A group of Internet hackers said Tuesday it took down the website of Brazil's second largest private sector bank, one day after it did the same with the country's largest private bank.

googleonlinesecurity.blogspot.com

by Stephan Somogyi

June 5, 2014

"End-to-end" encryption means data leaving your browser will be encrypted until the message's intended recipient decrypts it, and that similarly encrypted messages sent to you will remain that way until you decrypt them in your browser.

Your security online has always been a top priority for us, and we're constantly working to make sure your data is safe. For example, Gmail supported HTTPS when it first launched and now always uses an encrypted connection when you check or send email in your browser. We warn people in Gmail and Chrome when we have reason to believe they're being targeted by bad actors. We also alert you to malware and phishing when we find it. Today, we're adding to that list the alpha version of a new tool. It's called End-to-End and it's a Chrome extension intended for users who need additional security beyond what we already provide.

The Download Blog - Download.com

by Stephen Shankland

August 25, 2009

Google has fixed two high-severity vulnerabilities in the stable version of its Chrome browser that could have let an attacker remotely take over a person's computer.

With one attack on Google's V8 JavaScript engine, malicious JavaScript on a Web site could let an attacker gain access to sensitive data or run arbitrary code on the computer within a Chrome protected area called the sandbox, Google said in a blog post Tuesday. With the other, a page with XML-encoded information could cause a browser tab crash that could let an attacker run arbitrary code within the sandbox.

blog.softlayer.com

by Steve Kinman

December 30, 2011

What is there not to like about two-factor identification?

The government (FISMA), banks (PCI) and the healthcare industry are huge proponents of two-factor authentication, a security measure that requires two different kinds of evidence that you are who you say you are ... or that you should have access to what you're trying to access. In many cases, it involves using a combination of a physical device and a secure password, so those huge industries were early adopters of the practice. In our definition, two-factor authentication is providing "something you know, and something you have." When you're talking about national security, money or people's lives, you don't want someone with "password" as their password to unwittingly share his or her access to reams valuable information.

thetechherald.com

by Steve Ragan

February 25, 2011

Earlier this week, we reported on Ligatt Security blasting CBS Atlanta over a report that painted the company and their CEO in a bad light.

Today, The Tech Herald has learned that Ligatt recently filed a lawsuit against eight John Does, after they reported on leaked information found on the Web.

Google Webmaster Central Blog

by Susan Moskwa

September 29, 2011

We consistently hear from webmasters that they have to prioritize their time.

Some manage dozens or hundreds of clients' sites; others run their own business and may only have an hour to spend on website maintenance in between managing finances and inventory. To help you prioritize your efforts, Webmaster Tools is introducing the idea of "site health," and we've redesigned the Webmaster Tools home page to highlight your sites with health problems. This should allow you to easily see what needs your attention the most, without having to click through all of the reports in Webmaster Tools for every site you manage.

      

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