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Security Bytes: ‘Highly critical’ flaw affects Adobe Photoshop, Winamp
Security Bytes: Podcast: PayPal CISO Michael Barrett
Security Bytes: A comeback for the Sober worm
Security Bytes: Congress demands answers on DHS network security
Security Bytes: Latest ‘month-of’ project targets ActiveX flaws
Security Bytes: Podcast: Security Roundtable
Security Bytes: 100,000 identities in jeopardy as TSA hard drive dissapears
Security Bytes: Trojan poses as Microsoft activation program
Security Bytes: Are Macs or Windows PCs more secure? Yes.
Security Bytes: Should PCI DSS rules be relaxed? Readers respond
Security Bytes: ISPs that host the most malicious Web sites
Security Bytes: Free online fraud toolkits proliferate accross the Web
Security Bytes: Major spike in activity on TCP 5168, SANS says
Security Bytes: Microsoft to hackers: Take your best shot
Security Bytes: CA patches security flaws
Security Bytes: How the bad guys are using Windows Update
Security Bytes: Microsoft: MOICE will secure Office 2003
Security Bytes: For IT, the Soviet menace is alive and well
Security Bytes: Was report on blogging threats a bunch of FUD?
Security Bytes: More on scrapping Patch Tuesday
Security Bytes: How to bypass Vista UAC in two easy steps
Security Bytes: Contractor loses IBM employee data
Security Bytes: (ISC)2 adds new CISSP requirements
Security Bytes: Investor sues Sourcefire
Security Bytes: Podcast: Penetration testing
Security Bytes: Lawyer Time
Security Bytes: A sad experiment
Security Bytes: A snapshot of the Chinese hacking scene
Security Bytes: New details from cyberattack on Estonia
Security Bytes: Symantec update cripples Chinese PCs
Security Bytes: New ‘Month-of’ project targets search engine flaws
Security Bytes: Visa pushes application security
Security Bytes: Opera fixes security flaw
Security Bytes: Symantec: Threat analysis system to blame for bad update
Security Bytes: Special numbers not so special anymore
Security Bytes: Bad, bad bunny
Security Bytes: Citrix makes a security fix
Security Bytes: House approves antispyware bill
Security Bytes: New Vista deployment series
Security Bytes: Searching for good researchers
Security Bytes: nCircle scoops up Cambia
Security Bytes: Symantec flaw blamed for university hack
Security Bytes: Google launches its own security blog
Security Bytes: Security researcher shocked at CIO, CISO grasp of security concepts
Security Bytes: Leadership shake-up at VeriSign
Security Bytes: Report: China preparing for cyberwar
Security Bytes: Phishing attack targets top execs
Security Bytes: Mozilla to issue its final Firefox 1.5 fix
Security Bytes: Mobility forces Sun to open Windows
Security Bytes: What does Google want in the security industry?
Security Bytes: Security industry consolidation - be prepared
Security Bytes: Can Germany really ban hacking tools?
Security Bytes: ChoicePoint to pay $500,000 to settle with 43 states and D.C.
Security Bytes: Gartner confab looks to Security 3.0
Security Bytes: When cyberthieves go postal
Security Bytes: Do we need a federal breach notification law?
Security Bytes: Experts: Security software not as safe as you think
Security Bytes: Playing the acquisition guessing game
Security Bytes: Richard Clarke’s role-playing game
Security Bytes: Gartner’s Security 3.0 theme falls flat
Security Bytes: Fake Microsoft security bulletin circulating
Security Bytes: CA warns of serious antivirus engine flaws
Security Bytes: Symantec unveils Norton AntiBot beta
Security Bytes: Podcast: Security Squad - Datbase security, encryption
Security Bytes: The dangers of Web application security research
Security Bytes: Spammers launch vicious assault
Security Bytes: Big security names land at European firm
Security Bytes: Google: Meet the new privacy policy, same as the old privacy policy
Security Bytes: SonicWall to acquire Aventail for $25 million
Security Bytes: FBI says it’s found a million bot-infected PCs
Security Bytes: Install those Microsoft patches — exploits abound
Security Bytes: New Hampshire posts treasure trove of security breach documents
Security Bytes: Use cafe Wi-Fi, face a felony charge
Security Bytes: Google hostile to Privacy, AOL, Apple a ’substantial threat’ warns group
Security Bytes: SonicWall-Aventail merger could lead to lost jobs
Security Bytes: Richard Bejtlich: I’m not dead
Security Bytes: More on the PatchLink-SecureWave merger
Security Bytes: Trend Micro warns of widescale Trojan attack
Security Bytes: Google launches Safe Browsing API
Security Bytes: Flaw fixed in Trillian IM program
Security Bytes: Cybersecurity hearing set on DHS weaknesses
Security Bytes: HP’s other security announcement
Security Bytes: Harry Potter and the Hokey Hacker
Security Bytes: Sick of those 100% virus-free claims? Read on
Security Bytes: Congress warms to the idea of ditching SSNs as identifiers
Security Bytes: Apple fixes more Safari-Mac flaws
Security Bytes: Newsmaker podcast: Gary McGraw
Security Bytes: Fake Microsoft patch bulletin circulating
Security Bytes: So many flaws, so little time
Security Bytes: Security Wire Weekly podcast for June 27
Security Bytes: Why can’t Hollywood hack?
Security Bytes: Morning security flaw report for June 28
Security Bytes: Rutkowska’s Blue Pill rootkit to be put to the test at Black Hat
Security Bytes: Podcast: PCI DSS auditing and ethics
Security Bytes: Microsoft’s Howard posts analysis of DNS RPC flaw
Security Bytes: Thoughts on the iPhone security hype
Security Bytes: Web watchers warn of new Storm attack
Security Bytes: 3Com plans to spin off TippingPoint via IPO
Security Bytes: The iPhone is more secure than other smartphones
Security Bytes: Fake Grand Theft Auto ad downloads malware