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Current News / Symantec, Norton AV products are riddled with serious flaws
« Last post by Bugbatter on June 29, 2016, 03:53:02 AM »
Google security researcher Tavis Ormandy has unearthed a slew of critical vulnerabilities, including many remote code execution flaws, in Symantec and Norton enterprise and consumer AV products.
Current News / Pandora tells some users to reset their passwords
« Last post by Bugbatter on June 29, 2016, 03:47:28 AM »

Some users of the Pandora Radio have been advised to change their passwords - not because the music streaming service has suffered a data breach, but because Pandora has reason to believe that their passwords may have been compromised.

How can users' passwords be compromised if Pandora hasn't suffered a hacking attack? Simple. The affected users have made the classic mistake of reusing the same password on different websites - and one of those other sites has had its passwords compromised.
Current News / Chrome bug gives pirates a way to steal streaming movies
« Last post by Bugbatter on June 28, 2016, 02:24:29 PM »
Security researchers have discovered a bug in Google Chrome that gives pirates a way to copy paid-for movies streamed from sites like Netflix and Amazon Video.
Intel Could Sell Internet Security Business

Nearly six years after spending $7.7 billion to acquire McAfee, semiconductor giant Intel Corp.  is exploring options for its cyber security unit, which could include a sale.


Here’s Why Intel Would Be Smart to Sell Its Cyber Security Business

The giant chipmaker bought McAfee for $7.7 billion just six years ago, but selling the division would remove a distraction and strengthen Intel's balance sheet.

Microsoft recently paid a (very small) price for its Windows 10 upgrade tactics, and that was before they became increasingly aggressive.
Show me the warrant.
US Customs wants to ask visitors for ‘social media identifiers’ as they enter country

Visitors trying to enter the United States might want to pay closer attention to what they’re putting out into the world on Twitter, Facebook and elsewhere. A proposed change to the forms used by U.S. Customs and Border Protection will ask for details about travelers’ “online presence.”

New research on LinkedIn and social media habits shows that many users are guilty of indiscriminately connecting with online strangers, potentially opening them up to spear phishing schemes and business email compromise (BEC) scams.


Microsoft’s official Windows Twitter handle sent out a tweet letting everyone know that today is the 20th anniversary of the iconic “bliss” wallpaper seen in Windows XP. The photo was taken by National Geographic photographer Charles O’Rear while on his way to see his girlfriend back in 1996. Many believe the photo was altered in some way, perhaps photoshopped a little bit, but O’Rear claims the photo was never altered or enhanced in any way.

O’Rear was on the road in St. Helena, California (located in the Napa Valley) when he spotted the hill. “There it was! My God, the grass is perfect! It’s green! The sun is out; there’s some clouds,” O’Rear explained. He pulled over and took the shot using his camera and the rest was history.

Current News / Surface 3 stocks dwindling as Microsoft plans system’s demise
« Last post by Bugbatter on June 24, 2016, 02:04:33 PM »

Hardware is getting old, but with no suitable processors, there's no way to update it.

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