Facebook's redirect error foretells the future of hacking

February 12, 2013
When so many websites link to so many others, hackers can do a lot more damage than sending users to error pages
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The 4 most likely reasons you were hacked

February 05, 2013
When your system has been compromised, it's safe to assume the worst. Here's what the bad guys have in mind
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Cyber crime sentencing is out of whack

January 29, 2013
Cyber crime detection and punishment has made great strides, but as the Aaron Swartz tragedy illustrates, some prosecutors must be reigned in
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How app stores make you safer -- to a point

January 22, 2013
The growth of app stores has neutralized many old-school malware threats, but it's introduced several risks too
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Just patch Java? Easier said than done

January 16, 2013
You'd think the seriousness of the latest Java threat would force companies to patch or turn off Java in a hurry. It's not that simple
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What the latest Java flaw really means

January 15, 2013
As the firestorm around the zero-day Java flaw swirls higher, here's what you need to know -- and do -- about this extraordinary threat
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How the pros sniff out a malware infection

January 08, 2013
You can't be certain your system is malware-free unless you reformat and reinstall -- and you'll get a superclean PC in the process
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Your guide to safe and secure post-holiday shopping

December 25, 2012
In search of hot online deals? A few simple steps can reduce your risk as you boost the economy through extravagant e-commerce
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Interview with a fearless cyber crime journalist

December 18, 2012
Brian Krebs has single-handedly broken open cyber crime cases, leading to perps' arrest and conviction. Here's his story
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Cached Windows passwords sound risky -- but aren't

December 11, 2012
Companies fear pass-the-hash attacks and cached Windows passwords. But disabling them can cause other problems
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