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Content tagged with Cybersecurity posted in November 2011
Anonymous Leaks Law Enforcement Forensic Secrets
News  |  11/22/2011  | 
Hacktivist group claims release of 38,000 emails related to the Feds' cybercrime investigations, in retaliation for stiff sentences for Anonymous members.
Android Security: Threat Level None?
Commentary  |  11/18/2011  | 
Security firms are fanning the flames of fear about mobile malware and viruses, while others accuse such firms of being scammers. Who's right, and who's wrong.
Cloud Security: Better Than We Think?
Commentary  |  11/11/2011  | 
Conventional wisdom says that cloud computing is inherently less secure. But many government experts are focused on cloud computing's security strengths.
What Is Duqu Up To?
News  |  11/3/2011  | 
As researchers debate a Duqu-Stuxnet connection and study a new zero-day Duqu exploit, still no word on the actual targets or its mission.
FBI Helps Bust $4.6 Million Cybercrime Gang
News  |  11/2/2011  | 
Thirteen people jailed after British police break up a Trojan-application-using banking fraud crime ring.


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