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Guantanamo Bay Naval Base authorities turn off Wi-Fi and social media after Anonymous threatened to shut them down.
- DHS Warns Of Potential Private Data Breach
- Google Upgrades SSL Certificate Encryption
Google Researcher Reveals Zero-Day Windows Bug
White House Announces Mobile Security Guidelines
Strike Back If China Steals IP, Companies Told
CloudCheckr Monitors Amazon GovCloud
Twitter Two-Factor Security Combats Takeovers
Dropbox Adopts Single Sign-On Technology
- Google's Wireless Sensors: Big Data Or Big Brother?
- Data Breaches: 8 Most Common Causes
FBI Arrests NYPD Detective On Hacking Charges
Google Aurora Hack Was Chinese Counterespionage Operation
Anonymous Threatens Gitmo, U.S. Locks Down Wi-Fi
Amazon Cloud Gets Federal Stamp Of Approval
APT Attacks Trace To India, Researcher Says
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