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Samsung and Good combine products to boost Android enterprise credibility

Samsung's goal is to extend its reach into corporations

Dangerous Internet Explorer vulnerability opens door to powerful phishing attacks

The flaw can be used to steal authentication cookies and inject rogue code into websites

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Raptr service powering AMD's Gaming Evolved app hacked, passwords and user info stolen

Raptr's a popular PC gaming service that powers AMD's Gaming Evolved client--and it's been hacked.

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Silk Road operators developed a taste for murder

Silk Road administrators may have had five swindlers murdered, or they may have been duped by con artists themselves.

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Flash Player plagued by third zero-day flaw in a month, but updates are coming

Users are being targeted via mass malvertising attacks again, researchers warn.

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Google will motivate bug hunters to keep probing its products with research grants

The company seeks new ways to incentivize researchers as bugs become harder to find

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Hackers tapped into Syrian opposition's battle plans

Victims were tricked into a photo swap on Skype, which planted malware on computers, said FireEye

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Atlassian resets HipChat passwords after 'suspicious' activity

Names, email addresses and encrypted passwords were leaked after a breach

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Verizon to allow opt-out from mobile 'supercookies'

An identifer on people's phone creates cookies that can't be deleted, but Verion says you can opt out.

BMW cars found vulnerable in Connected Drive hack

An attacker could mimic a BMW server and remotely unlock a car, researchers found.

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Can't keep this bad boy down: ZeroAccess botnet back in business

After a six-month break the ZeroAccess botnet resumes click-fraud activity

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Critical 'Ghost' Linux flaw can be exploited through WordPress, other PHP apps

Some Web applications written in PHP call a vulnerable glibc function, potentially opening the door to attacks.

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Google to change UK privacy policy after regulatory pressure

Google will clarify its policy and redesign its account management pages by June 30