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  • How Not to Be Mark Zuckerberg Dumb About Your Passwords
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    How Not to Be Mark Zuckerberg Dumb About Your Passwords

    Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter and Pinterest accounts were hijacked, possibly due to lazy password reuse. Here's how to avoid his mistake.

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  • Belkin WeMo Switch May Leak Wi-Fi Passwords
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    Belkin WeMo Switch May Leak Wi-Fi Passwords

    The popular Belkin WeMo Switch encrypts Wi-Fi passwords, but may leak enough information to let a talented hacker reverse the encryption.

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  • Top 10 Malware Myths and Facts

    Top 10 Malware Myths and Facts

    For as long as there's been malware, there have been myths about it. Here are 10 of the most common misconceptions.

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  • TeamViewer Denies Being Hacked, Users Not So Sure
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    TeamViewer Denies Being Hacked, Users Not So Sure

    Remote-desktop service TeamViewer may be tied to a series of computer hijackings, but the company says there's been no security breach.

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  • 360 Million MySpace Accounts Reportedly Hacked
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    360 Million MySpace Accounts Reportedly Hacked

    The same hacker who sold off 165 million LinkedIn credentials last week now says he's got 360 million stolen MySpace accounts.

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  • New Ransomware Worms Way Through Networks
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    New Ransomware Worms Way Through Networks

    A new piece of malware known as ZCryptor can infect not only your computer, but any external or network drive attached to it.

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  • McAfee, AVG Drop in Latest AV-TEST Antivirus Evaluations
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    McAfee, AVG Drop in Latest AV-TEST Antivirus Evaluation...

    Two well-known antivirus brands see their protection scores drop, while Microsoft's built-in Windows Defender slips only a little.

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  • Sneaky Malvertising Hits Top Sites: What You Should Do
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    Sneaky Malvertising Hits Top Sites: What You Should Do

    Malware cached in ads on sites such as CBS.com, DailyMotion.com and MLB.com can be evaded by patching Adobe's Flash Player plugin.

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  • Android TVs Can Be Hacked to Hear You Speaking
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    Android TVs Can Be Hacked to Hear You Speaking

    Android TVs could let cybercriminals record private conversations for nefarious purposes, thanks to a relatively simple exploit.

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  • BullGuard Antivirus Review
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    BullGuard Antivirus Review

    BullGuard Antivirus is fairly easy to use and offers lots of customization options, but its malware protection is only so-so.

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