September 28, 2012

  • Data breach at 100k plaintext passwords. (2012, September 25). IEEE log. [Read – ” Among . . .  compromised users are Apple, Google, IBM, Oracle and Samsung employees, as well as researchers from NASA, Stanford and many other places.”]
  • Deloitte. (2012, September 11). 2012 DTTL global financial services industry security study. [Read]
  • Dorling, P. (2012, September 27). US calls Assange ‘enemy of the state’. Sydney Morning Herald. [Read / More: Bloomberg / NBC  / CNET / USAF document via Wikileaks]
  • Ducklin, P. (2012, September 26). Are Android phones facing a remote-wipe hacking pandemic? Naked Security. [Read]
  • Kravets, D. (2012, September 27). Justice Department’s warrantless spying increased 600 percent in decade. Wired. [Read / More]
  • Krebs, B. (2012, September 26). Chinese hackers blamed for intrusion at energy industry giant Telvent. Krebs on Security. [Read]
  • Love, J. (2012, September 18). USPTO blocks web access to “political / activist groups” including KEI, ACLU, EFF, Public Citizen, Redstate, Daily KOS. Knowledge Ecology International. [Read]
  • Nakashima, E. (2012, September 21). Iran blamed for cyberattacks on U.S. banks and companies. Washington Post. [Read – RE: Lieberman accusations / More / More]
  • Network Security– new issue [full text]:
  • Rashid, F. Y. (2012, September 27). Adobe revoking code signing certificate used to sign malware. SecurityWeek. [Read]
  • Rieger, F. , & Suarez, D. (2012, September 24). Swarming killing machines. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. [Read – Suarez: “I view drone warfare as the kinetic cousin of cyber warfare, in that they are both radically new, low-cost, low-risk methods of waging conflict.”]
  • Shane, S. (2012, September 26). Cyberwarfare emerges from the shadows for public discussion by U.S. officials. New York Times. [Read]
  • Tehan, R. (2012, September 11). Cybersecurity: Authoritative reports and resources [UPDATED – Congressional Research Service]. [Read]
  • United States. Federal Trade Commission. (2012, September 25). FTC halts computer spying. [Read – RE: spyware installed by rent-to-own firms].

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