It’s time to stop telling the truth about your mother’s maiden name, your best friend’s first name at school, and the first car you ever bought. Account hackers rely upon us telling the truth. Just ask the celebrities who found their iCloud hacked. Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.
Did Jennifer Lawrence’s naked photos leak out because she told the truth? Lying can protect your iCloud account http://bit.ly/W8h2Ov
Mystery surrounds “iCloud Hack” as naked celebrity photos leak http://bit.ly/1sXbmBw
As nude photos of Jennifer Lawrence and other female celebrities pop up on the net, learn more about how you can make your iCloud account harder to hack. Read more in my article on the Intego Mac Security blog.
Naked pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and other celebrity starlets leak online http://bit.ly/1nku8Q0
Nude photos of Hollywood stars, including Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, are being shared widely on the net following what some are calling an “iCloud hack”. Find out what’s happened, and how to protect yourself.
Are Americans less intelligent than Russians? Trend Micro security chief says yes http://bit.ly/1u8UEju
Are Americans dumber than Russians? Wait. You don’t have to rush to answer that, because a computer security company has done the hard work for you, and come to a definitive conclusion.
Even the Department of Homeland Security isn’t immune from hackers — Details of 25,000 workers exposed http://bit.ly/1zPoZVP
If the U.S. Department of Homeland Security can be impacted by hackers, it can happen to any business. Protect data now, and follow security best practices. Learn more in my article on the Intralinks blog.
Oops! Mozilla left thousands of email addresses and passwords lying around (again) http://bit.ly/1mZkh1T
For second time in a month, Mozilla – famous for the Firefox web browser – has had to warn that thousands of email addresses and passwords were left lying around on a server that the public could easily access. Read more in my article for the Hot for Security blog.
New Snowden leak: NSA shares 850 billion metadata records via Google-like tool http://bit.ly/1qxa1mj
The National Security Agency has a “Google-like” search engine designed to share 850 billion records about emails, phone calls, internet chats, and more… Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
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