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Will Court Move Clear the Way to Mass Government Hacking?

U.S. courts are moving forward with a plan federal agencies say is needed to track down potential terrorists hiding out on the Internet but privacy advocates say would give the FBI wide latitude to hack into people's computers.

Ice Bucket Challenge being used for scams, security company warns

Participants tip buckets of ice water over their heads as they take part in the World Record Ice Bucket Challenge on August 22, 2014, in Melbourne, Australia.

So long, iOS -- jailbreakers have found their home: Android

Jailbreakers deserve the malware infections they get, which is why they're moving to Android's 'malware is the norm' world This week, another virus was reported infecting jailbroken iPhones.

Research reveals top universities at high risk for security breaches

BitSight Technologies, the standard in Security Ratings, today released a new BitSight Insights report titled, "Powerhouses and Benchwarmers: Assessing Cyber Security Performance of Collegiate Athletic Conferences," which uncovers quantifiable differences in security performance across collegiate athletic conferences from July 2013 through July ... (more)

Three Steps Retailers Should Take to Protect Against Backoff Malware

Retailers working to improve their security posture have a new threat to consider: Backoff malware.

Watch out for this frighteningly smart malware that's infected over 75,000 jailbroken iPhones

The malware protection that comes with Apple's walled-off garden is only so good as long as you stay in that confined space, as otherwise hackers will be able to attack you with malicious programs.

So exactly how do you build spyware into your apps? Developers have to answer a lot of questions when building apps but one question that doesn’t have a clear answer is how do you build spyware into your apps? Read more about So exactly how do you build spyware into your apps?

From News: The UK kit snooping on Bahrain activists NEW documents reveal that expensive British spy software - marketed as a means of tracking "paedophiles and terrorists" - has been used by the Bahraini Ministry of the Interior to hack the phones and computers of activists and lawyers.

Leaked Docs Show Spyware Used to Snoop on U.S. Computers by Jeff Larson and Mike Tigas Software created by the controversial U.K. based Gamma Group International was used to spy on computers that appear to be located in the United States, the U.K., Germany, Russia, Iran and Bahrain, according to a leaked trove of documents analyzed by ProPublica. It's not clear whether the surveillance was conducted by governments or private entities. Customer email ...

Top gov't spyware company hacked; Gamma's FinFisher leaked Makers of secretive FinFisher spyware -- sold exclusively to governments and police agencies -- has been hacked, revealing its clients, prices and its effectiveness across an unbelievable span of apps, operating systems and more.

CyberSecurity Stocks Directory Update Cyber Security Market in the US Government sector to grow at a CAGR of 7.41 ... (MENAFN - InvestorIdea) class="blk00-16b"CyberSecurity Stocks Directory Update; Cyber Security Market in the US Government sector to grow at a CAGR of 7.41 percent 2013-2018 ...

The 'viral' weapons in Syria's conflict Pro-Assad groups are using the lure of viral content to hack the opposition.