News for August 2007 Year

31.08.2007

11:03Hacks hit embassy, government e-mail accounts worldwide 11:03MSN Messenger flaw creates web cam peril11:02Mobile users and their risky behavior 11:01Country-specific domain names popular

30.08.2007

11:36Microsoft: Vista SP1 due next year

29.08.2007

10:44Vista SP1 surfaces on BitTorrent10:43Russian pirate music site to reopen10:42iPhone unlocker trades phone for 'sweet' car

28.08.2007

11:13Scrubbers joins arsenal for online privacy11:12Deja vu all over again: Sony uses rootkits, charges F-Secure 11:11German gov't PCs hacked, China offers to investigate

27.08.2007

11:06Discover security breach, blame the co-workers?11:05FBI pursuing more cyber-crime cases

23.08.2007

10:54China charges four over Panda worm10:53Security experts brace for September spam deluge10:53Mobile workers still struggling with security

22.08.2007

12:40Suspect of massive ID theft held in Turkey

21.08.2007

12:47Skype crash blamed on Patch Tuesday12:45Monster.com identity attack may claim more vicitims 12:45First exploit appears for Patch Tuesday vulnerability 12:41Phishing gang arrested by Italian police

20.08.2007

11:45Google opens click-fraud Web site 11:44Police arrest 28 in online ID theft scams

17.08.2007

11:36CIA, FBI computers used for Wikipedia edits11:35Vista stricken by embarrassing gadget hole11:34Study finds Internet rife with attack codes

16.08.2007

11:23Paris Hilton is malware writer's choice11:22Symantec, Intel to develop security apps for chips11:20Microsoft reacts to kernel hacks, defends Vista 11:18VoIP hacker gets prison: his boss gets away

15.08.2007

11:39Malware miscreants target parked domains11:38Microsoft releases super bundle of security patches11:38US wiretap plan will leave door open for spooks and hackers

14.08.2007

11:06Lexmark: Printers pose security threat11:05PandaLabs spots killer Shark malware11:05U.N. Internet sites hit by hackers11:03German antihacker law could backfire, critics warn

10.08.2007

15:12ISPs suspected of massive identity theft in Korea15:11Symantec patches critical Norton flaw15:11'Virtual sandboxing' provides safe security testing

09.08.2007

12:18Websense reveals bait for Web 2.0 cybercrooks

08.08.2007

13:10US surfers losing 'billions of dollars' to phishing scams 13:09White hats expose VoIP security threat

07.08.2007

11:59Researchers warn that rootkits aren't the only threat11:58$10 hack can unlock nearly any office door11:57Wi-Fi hotspots continue to pose e-mail security risk

06.08.2007

12:03Microsoft blocks Vista driver 'hack' tool12:03Trend Micro fails anti-malware test 12:02Researchers warn of AJAX security risks12:01SecureWorks: Bank attacks increase by 81%

03.08.2007

12:47Anti virus struggles on 64-bit Vista12:46Windows Vista gets another dose of the 'Blue Pill' 12:45Russian malware storm brewing?

02.08.2007

12:07U.S. spying raises new privacy fears 12:06Mozilla to give away own security testing tools

01.08.2007

10:55Worm eats music on infected PCs10:54Zero-day attacks pose most critical security concern 10:53Symantec's 'Dark Vision' mines carder sites