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DDoS attacks knock Feedly offline for second day running

Feedly's RSS service is restored after four hours offline as an extortion scheme continues.

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What data breaches teach us about the future of malware: Your own data could dupe you

Targeted social engineering schemes are on the rise and your security suite can't protect you.

Lawmakers fail to ask NSA chief about agency's malware plans

Instead, a House subcommittee deferred questions about 'damage' of leaks to a classified briefing.

FBI plans malware-tracking system to alert users

The FBI plans to introduce a malware-analysis system this year to help businesses and the public share information about cyberattacks.

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FireEye names malware's favorite targets, sources

Malware activity has become so pervasive globally that attack servers are now hosted in 206 countries and territories.

Malware that struck Target has familiar roots, researchers say

iSight describes the Trojan as sophisticated derivation of older point-of-sale malware.

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Why 2013 was the year of the personal data breach

We look back at a year when cybersecurity hit very, very close to home.

Stuxnet worm analyzed as world's first true cyber-weapon

Stuxnet creators knew they had built the world's first true cyber-weapon, and were more interested in exploring its capabilities than any specific target, a study suggests.

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Microsoft dedicates cybercrime center

Microsoft's cybercrime center will feature researchers working alongside Microsoft employees as a focal point for the online struggle.

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Can Google actually protect vulnerable sites from attack?

On Monday, Google announced a beta service that will offer DDoS protection to human rights organizations and media, in and effort to slow the amount of censorship that such attacks cause.