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URLZone touted as most sophisticated banking trojan yet

URLZone touted as most sophisticated banking trojan yet

Able to steal money and banking credentials.
Oct 1 2009 10:48AM
New Twitter worm strikes

New Twitter worm strikes

Uses direct message feature.
Sep 24 2009 9:40AM
Do you know where your user IDs and passwords are?

Do you know where your user IDs and passwords are?

Delfigo's Bharat Nai says it's time that most companies upgraded their access criteria.
Aug 27 2009 2:51PM
Rogue Facebook app harvests user credentials

Rogue Facebook app harvests user credentials

Facebook users who allow third-party applications onto their desktop have been warned that a rogue Facebook app is luring users to a site set up to harvest their credentials.
Aug 18 2009 10:22AM
Google Apps to become OpenID provider

Google Apps to become OpenID provider

Leaked blog posts reveal latest plans.
Jul 10 2009 8:41AM
FTP login credentials at major corporations breached

FTP login credentials at major corporations breached

A trojan has reportedly been uncovered that is harvesting FTP login data of major corporations, including the Bank of America, BBC, Amazon, Cisco, Monster.com, Symantec and McAfee.
Jun 29 2009 12:23PM
Commonwealth Bank phishing scam changes its MO

Commonwealth Bank phishing scam changes its MO

A new attack targeting Outlook users has morphed from trying to retrieve login credentials to attempting to infect users with fake anti-virus products.
Jun 4 2009 10:52AM
Facebook neutralises phishing attack

Facebook neutralises phishing attack

Facebook is claiming to have put the brakes on a phishing wave that was trying to dupe members into divulging their login credentials.
May 1 2009 10:25AM
Malware posing as Firefox plugin steals login information

Malware posing as Firefox plugin steals login information

Victims infected with new malware may have their financial login credentials sent to a web address in Russia.
Dec 8 2008 10:29AM
Review: DeXa.Badge/Smart Login

Review: DeXa.Badge/Smart Login

The Schlumberger DeXa.Badge is not so much a single product, more of a secure identity philosophy. Potential use of the associated chip cards could range from simple intranet/internet secure login, to a full blown certificate-based enterprise deployment for local and remote access, physical access control and other related applications.

Apr 1 2003 12:00AM

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