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Mozilla releases 10 patches, five critical, for Firefox  30 October 2013 
Source: Network World - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Mozilla released 10 patches for three versions of its Firefox browser on Tuesday, five of which are considered critical and could be used to remotely install malicious code.
 
Post-Funding Round, Skycure Launches Its Mobile Hacker Detection Software  18 October 2013 
Source: Tech Crunch - Posted by Alex   
Last year we covered the news that Skycure – a Bring Your Own Device security startup – had raised $3 million in a round lead by Israeli VC Pitango. It’s now launched a new suite of threat detection software that it says monitors network traffic to address suspicious behaviour on user devices.
 
Rising use of cloud drives growth in security software  05 September 2013 
Source: National Multimedia - Posted by Anthony Pell   
Thai companies are providing a broader range of security products and solutions in light of the increasing threat of cyber-attacks on the business sector, with new offerings contributing to estimated security-software market growth of 16 per cent this year.
 
Body hacker uses subdermal RFID hand implant as wireless storage  23 August 2013 
Source: ExtremeTech - Posted by Dave Wreski   
In modern times, a portable storage device isn’t ever far from our possession. Either we can use the storage on our phones or tablets, or we keep a small flash drive on a keychain. Accessing the data, however, may not be convenient in a given situation.
 
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.10 Updates Server Security and MySQL  22 July 2013 
Source: ServerWatch - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Linux vendor Red Hat is updating its Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 (RHEL) platform with a new beta release.
 
Google plugs 'Master Key' security flaw  11 July 2013 
Source: v3 - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Google has released an emergency fix plugging a security vulnerability that was affecting 99 percent of all Android devices.
 
Use an Old Game Boy as a Raspberry Pi Case  19 February 2013 
Source: LifeHacker - Posted by Anthony Pell   
There's no shortage of creative enclosures for your Raspberry Pi. We've seen the tiny linux computer stuffed inside of a coffee table, a keyboard, and now, an original Game Boy!
 
Wireless Carriers Leave Millions of Android Phones Vulnerable to Hackers  06 February 2013 
Source: Wired - Posted by Anthony Pell   
There are millions of vulnerable Android phones in the hands of consumers today because wireless phone carriers and phone hardware makers refuse to transmit existing software security fixes to phones in a timely manner, according to a security researcher.
 
Mozilla pulling plug on auto-running nearly all plugins  30 January 2013 
Source: H Security - Posted by Dave Wreski   
By default, Firefox will, in future, only automatically run the content of the most recent version of Flash – all other plugins will default to "Click to Play". The changes, announced on Mozilla's security blog as a way to put users back in control of plugins, will increase the security and stability of Firefox.
 
Chrome update closes holes and fixes mouse wheel issues  25 January 2013 
Source: H Security - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Google has released Chrome 24.0.1312.56 to the stable update channel of the open source browser. The new update closes five security holes, three of which are high severity, and fixes problems with mouse wheel scrolling.
 
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