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YouTube flaw allowed copying comments from one video to another

Google has fixed the flaw and paid a bug bounty

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Don't look now, but ATMs are about to get a cloud makeover

NCR uses Android and a thin-client model to bring yesterday's bank machines into the cloud era

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VMware helps CIOs tunnel their way to more secure mobile apps

VMware's goal is to make it easier for administrators to control what apps and resources mobile users can access

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Internet Bug Bounty plans rewards for new tools to find vulnerabilities

Rewards for bug-hunting security tools could reduce zero-day software flaws

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US sounds alarm on hacking of passenger jets, air traffic control

Government report says the FAA needs to do more to ensure safety in the skies

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With latest patches, Oracle signals no more free updates for Java 7

The company released patches from 98 security issues in its products, 14 in Java

Critcal Adobe Flash Player patches include fix for exploited zero day flaw

The company warned of a public exploit for one of the 22 vulnerabilities fixed in Flash Player.

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Microsoft Patch Tuesday: The patches just keep coming

Microsoft's latest round of patches covers Internet Explorer, Windows, Office and other Microsoft products.

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Web app attacks, PoS intrusions and cyberespionage leading causes of data breaches

Phishing attacks continue to be effective, but mobile threats are not a big concern, according to a Verizon report.

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U.S. business group urges China to loosen data-storage policies

China is considering IT policies that could further restrict foreign businesses, according to a U.S. lobbying group

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Decades-old Windows vulnerability can still be used to compromise accounts

An old flaw in Windows can still be exploited, according to Cylance.

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Deterrence will keep a lid on cyberwar, former spy chief says

Ex-U.S. national intelligence director Dennis Blair likened the standoff to mutually assured nuclear destruction

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New cyberthreat information sharing bill may be more friendly to privacy

The new bill still allows companies to share some unnecessary personal information with government agencies, a critic says