Arizona’s Law Against Revenge Porn: Nice Try, But It Makes All Nudes Illegal

September 23rd, 2014
by The Feeder
Arizona’s Law Against Revenge Porn: Nice Try, But It Makes All Nudes Illegal

If you shared or re-published any of the images of nude celebrities that leaked online earlier this month, you could be charged with a felony under a new Arizona law.

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Dark Reading Radio: Trends In Application Security

September 23rd, 2014
by The Feeder
How can we get more security baked into applications? Join us for a discussion Wednesday, September 24,

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ISC StormCast for Tuesday, September 23rd 2014 http://isc.sans.edu/podcastdetail.html?id=4159, (Tue, Sep 23rd)

September 23rd, 2014
by The Feeder
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Mobile-Only Employee Trend Could Break Security Models

September 22nd, 2014
by The Feeder
One-third of employees exclusively use mobile devices for work, but security organizations still aren't shifting their risk management focus.

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Fake LogMeIn Certificate Update with Bad AV Detection Rate, (Mon, Sep 22nd)

September 22nd, 2014
by The Feeder

I just receive a pretty "plausible looking" e-mail claiming to originate from Logmein.com ...(more)...

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The Truth About Ransomware: You’re On Your Own

September 22nd, 2014
by The Feeder
What should enterprises do when faced with ransomware? The answer is, it depends.

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iOS 7.1.x Exploit Released (CVE-2014-4377), (Mon, Sep 22nd)

September 22nd, 2014
by The Feeder

Haven't upgraded to iOS 8 yet? Aside from a lot of new features, Apple also fixed a number of sec ...(more)...

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MIT Students Battle State’s Demand for Their Bitcoin Miner’s Source Code

September 22nd, 2014
by The Feeder
MIT Students Battle State’s Demand for Their Bitcoin Miner’s Source Code

Four MIT students behind an award-winning Bitcoin mining tool will face off against New Jersey state authorities in court today when they attempt to fight back against a subpoena demanding their source code. The Electronic Frontier Foundation is representing 19-year-old MIT student Jeremy Rubin and three classmates in a remarkable case that stands out for […]

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Upcoming Book Charts Anonymous’ Rise, From Silly Pranks to Serious Power

September 22nd, 2014
by The Feeder
Upcoming Book Charts Anonymous’ Rise, From Silly Pranks to Serious Power

How did Anonymous make the leap from a rather amusing anti-Scientology society to a global protest movement whose force was felt in the highest circles of power? Well, as Anonymous anthropologist Gabriela Colemen describes it in her upcoming book on the hacking collective, Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Story of Anonymous, it was a bit of a fluke. But it happened because of PayPal and the company's financial blockade against the whistleblowing site WikiLeaks.

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Google and Apple Won’t Unlock Your Phone, But a Court Can Make You Do It

September 22nd, 2014
by The Feeder
Google and Apple Won’t Unlock Your Phone, But a Court Can Make You Do It

Silicon Valley's smartphone snitching has come to an end. Apple and Google have promised that the latest versions of their mobile operating systems make it impossible for them to unlock encrypted phones, even when compelled to do so by the government. But if the Department of Justice can't demand that its corporate friends unlock your phone, it may have another option: Politely asking that you unlock it yourself, and letting you rot in a cell until you do.

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