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osxdaily.com

October 19, 2012

A new update labeled Java for OS X 2012-006 has been released for all versions of Mac OS X. The updates name is somewhat misleading however, in that instead of updating Java it actually uninstalls the Java applet plugin from all web browsers on the Mac.

This is done as a security precaution to protect against potential malware, which has consistently used Java exploits as a means of attack. With Java removed from the browser (but not the OS), it forces Mac users to download the absolute newest version of Java directly from Oracle if the plugin is needed. Installing the update removes will cause a "Missing Plugin" alert to appear if you visit a webpage that requires Java. In turn, that will direct you to Oracle to download the newest version of Java.

Official Google Blog

October 18, 2012

As a kid growing up in India, I was fascinated with computers and the endless possibilities they presented.

I had to wait until college to finally get my hands on one in the computer lab and since then began dreaming of a world where everyone could have access to one. We're not quite there yet, but every day we get a bit closer. A few years ago, we set out on a journey to build a better computer that's faster, simpler and more secure. When we introduced a few Chromebooks into the market, many of you early adopters joined us on this journey. For folks living entirely in the cloud, the Chromebook is now a primary computer. Many people use the Chromebook today as the perfect additional computer for their home.

CNS News

October 16, 2012

European regulators have asked Google to clarify its new privacy policy and make it easier for users to opt out of it because of concerns that the web giant may be collecting too much data and holding it for too long.

France's data protection agency led a European investigation into Google's new unified privacy policy, which replaces individual policies for its search, email and other services, and regulates how it uses the personal data it collects. The policy allows Google to combine data collected from one person using its disparate services, from Gmail to YouTube. That gives Google a powerful tool for targeting the user with advertising based on his or her interests and search history. Advertising is the main way the company makes its money.

CNS News

October 16, 2012

A British computer hacker's decade-long struggle to avoid trial in the U.S. over alleged breaches of military and NASA networks ended in success Tuesday, as the U.K. government ruled he was unfit to face charges there.

Home Secretary Theresa May said she had blocked the U.S. request to extradite Gary McKinnon after medical experts concluded he was seriously depressed and that there was "a high risk of him ending his life." The 46-year-old unemployed computer administrator, who has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome, was accused of one of the largest ever breaches of military networks, carried out soon after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks in the United States.

CNS News

October 16, 2012

Microsoft says its first tablet computer, the Surface, will start at $499 when it goes on sale Oct. 26.

The price matches that of Apple Inc.'s iPad, the most popular tablet computer, but the base model of the Surface has twice as much storage memory: 32 gigabytes. The signature hardware feature of the tablet, a cover that doubles as a keyboard, will cost another $100.

ocaoimh.ie

October 16, 2012

Since early September Facebook has been spamming me by text message. Each message comes from FACEBOOK, but I don't have them in my phone contacts.

By ringing them I found out the SMS message came from 32232665, apparently a number they use in many countries. The call never connected so I don't know if there's a human at the other end.

CNS News

October 14, 2012

Iranian officials denied any role in recent cyberattacks against oil and gas companies in the Persian Gulf and said they welcomed a probe of the case, a semiofficial news agency reported Sunday.

Mahdi Akhavan Bahabadi, secretary of the National Center of Cyberspace, denounced as "politically motivated" American allegations of an Iranian link to the Shamoon virus that hit Saudi Arabian state oil company Aramco and Qatari natural gas producer RasGas, according to remarks carried by ISNA. "We interpret the issue politically and in light of U.S. domestic issues as well as the (U.S. presidential) election," he said.

icmregistry.com

October 8, 2012

This sTLD (sponsored Top Level Domain) is designed specifically for the global adult entertainment industry as a trusted brand, globally recognized and extolling responsible and safe behavior.

blogs.technet.com

October 8, 2012

Today we revised Security Advisory 2755801 to address issues in Adobe Flash Player in Internet Explorer 10, in conjunction with Adobe's update process.

Customers who have automatic updates enabled will not need to take any action because protections will be downloaded and installed automatically. Customers who do not use automatic updates should apply the guidance in the advisory immediately using update management software, or by checking the Microsoft Update service, to help ensure protection.

freedomsphoenix.com

October 3, 2012

The Obama Administration will argue today that warrantless tracking of the location of Americans' mobile devices is perfectly legal, Declan McCullagh of CNET reports.

In 2010 a court ruled against government requests for mobile location data, declaring that "[c]ompelled warrantless disclosure of cell site data violates the Fourth Amendment." On appeal federal prosecutors are asserting that they should be able to obtain records revealing the movements of mobile users over a 60-day period, even if the phones are off, without first having to ask a judge to approve a warrant.

      

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