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Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

August 23, 2012

One in five U.S. seniors age 65 and older were victimized by a financial swindle in 2010 and a survey of experts indicates the problem is getting worse.

The Investor Protection Trust and Investor Protection Institute surveyed 756 state securities regulators, financial planners, healthcare professionals, social workers, adult protective services, law enforcement officials, elder law attorneys and academics, responding to questions posed by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau in Washington.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

August 22, 2012

U.S. workers may be incurring risks by failing to secure office laptops, sharing passwords or clicking on links from unknown sources, a study found.

A Harris Interactive study conducted for found 61 percent of workers given company laptops said they have critical, sensitive information stored on them. A significant percentage of workers said their laptops currently held a variety of personal files in addition to office-related data and documents, CareerBuilder reported Tuesday.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

July 17, 2012

Security firm Symantec has acknowledged a recent update to its antivirus software is causing some Windows-based PCs to crash repeatedly.

In a statement on its Web site, Symantec confirmed it has received numerous reports of machines running Windows XP crashing and displaying the notorious "blue screen of death," even after reboot attempts, Slash Gear reported Monday. The company said the issue had been limited to machines running any combination of Windows XP, Symantic's Sonar antivirus software version with the latest July 11 revision and software from third parties.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

July 16, 2012

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration used computer spyware to keep tabs on agency scientists who were communicating with members of Congress, records revealed.

The New York Times said Sunday the computer eavesdropping began in 2010 as an investigation into leaks of confidential information but ballooned into what the newspaper termed an enemies list used to crack down on the FDA's critics and potential whistle-blowers. Members of Congress whose offices were caught up in the spyware operation were outraged at the monitoring, they told The Times. "They think they can be the Gestapo and do anything they want," fumed Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 7, 2012

Professional social networking site LinkedIn has confirmed a leak of users' passwords and is encouraging members to update their passwords.

The company's confirmation came following reports that a Russian hacker site posted some 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords, CBS News reported Wednesday. "Some of the passwords that were compromised correspond to LinkedIn accounts," the company said, noting that the hacker uploaded passwords but not user names.

Personal Liberty Alerts

by Upi - United Press International, Inc.

June 4, 2012

The Internet could someday look very different and be less open and free if a proposal for the International Telecommunications Union, an arm of the United Nations, to take over management of the Internet comes to pass, critics of the proposal say.

A growing movement led by China, Russia and some Arab states to hand more control of the Web to the United Nations has U.S. lawmakers and Internet companies warning of censorship, surveillance and taxes. The ITU and its 93 member states will meet in Dubai in December to reconsider a key 1988 communications treaty, with a number of foreign governments arguing it needs to be updated as the influence of Internet communications increases worldwide.

San Francisco Chronicle

by Verne Kopytoff

December 6, 2008

Facebook's millions of users are in the crosshairs of a computer virus dubbed Koobface that is being spread through the social networking site's messaging system.

Users whose computers are infected may have their credit card numbers stolen or their searches on Google, Yahoo and MSN diverted to fraudulent Web sites. The malicious code underscores how hackers are increasingly targeting social networking sites including Facebook and MySpace to capitalize on their big audiences.

by Victoria Woollaston

July 25, 2013

Engineers from Indiana have managed to hack a Toyota Prius and Ford Escape so that the brakes, steering, speedometer and the car's electronics can be controlled remotely using a laptop.

Forget hacking accounts, computers or mobile devices - security engineers from Indiana have managed to hack the software inside the Toyota Prius and Ford Escape. Using a laptop wirelessly connected to the car's electronics, Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek were able to remotely control the brakes, the accelerate, change the speedometer, switch the headlights on and off, tighten the seatbelts and even blast the horn. The project was funded by a grant from the U.S Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to highlight the security risks affecting modern-day cars.

by Vinny Lariza

August 8, 2013

We always want to ensure that we are providing the best security protection from malicious activity for our customers at all times. This is why, after careful discussion and research, we've added Mobile Threats, Drive-By Downloads/Exploits, High Risk Sites and Dynamic DNS categories to the security categories repertoire.

OpenDNS Blog

by Vinny Lariza

June 21, 2012

Today we announce several improvements to the Domain Tagging system, our content categorization engine, as well as two new categories that you can enable for your networks, effective immediately.

As with every new feature we deliver, these improvements were the direct result of your feedback. Our team spent weeks evaluating both the current categories and your suggestions, and ultimately we decided which categories need to be added and which ones could use a facelift. We got hundreds of requests from the Domain Tagging community through the "suggest a new category" link, we reviewed dozens of vibrant conversations in IdeaBank and our support team heard you loud and clear when your blacklists filled up. Without further ado, here are the new additions...


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