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Taia Global says that either intruders from the November breach never left, or Sony Pictures was hacked a second time
Days after installation the apps started displaying fake warning messages promoting other rogue apps and services
For non-modified iPhones and Android devices, American companies create the highest number of questionable apps
New vulnerabilities in Flash combined with malicious ads are helping attackers.
Europe's privacy authorities plan to fight Facebook together
New service wants to keep data secure while allowing employees to use personal services
Samsung's goal is to extend its reach into corporations
The flaw can be used to steal authentication cookies and inject rogue code into websites
Raptr's a popular PC gaming service that powers AMD's Gaming Evolved client--and it's been hacked.
Silk Road administrators may have had five swindlers murdered, or they may have been duped by con artists themselves.
Users are being targeted via mass malvertising attacks again, researchers warn.
The company seeks new ways to incentivize researchers as bugs become harder to find
Victims were tricked into a photo swap on Skype, which planted malware on computers, said FireEye