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Voice from the Grave: High Number of Windows XP Users Were Just Unaware [Windows IT Pro]

http://windowsitpro.com/windows-xp/voice-grave-high-number-windows-xp-users-were-just-unaware

Microsoft drops Windows XP Support [CNN]

http://money.cnn.com/2014/04/08/technology/security/windows-xp

Word Vulnerability Under Active Attack Says Microsoft [Ars Technica]

Microsoft said yesterday (3/24/14), that users of Word 2010 (and to some extent, other versions) are under active attack "in the wild" (that is, in real life). There is a temporary "fix" available, see content of the linked article for ...

Meet Mask, possibly the most sophisticated malware campaign ever seen [Ars Technica]

Attackers used phishing and zero-days to infect Windows, Mac, and Linux users. by Dan Goodin - Feb 10 2014, 2:33pm MST Calling it the most sophisticated malware-driven espionage campaign ever discovered, researchers said they have uncovered an attack dating back ...

What Happened When One Man Pinged the Whole Internet [MIT Technology Review]

You probably haven’t heard of HD Moore, but up to a few weeks ago every Internet device in the world, perhaps including some in your own home, was contacted roughly three times a day by a stack of computers that ...

Washington Hospital Hit By $1.03 Million Cyberheist [Krebs on Security]

Organized hackers in Ukraine and Russia stole more than $1 million from a public hospital in Washington state earlier this month. The costly cyberheist was carried out with the help of nearly 100 different accomplices in the United States who ...

Hackers Empty $900K Bank Account [Bankrate]

In itself, a distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attack on a bank's website is little more than costly hooliganism. It essentially consists of hackers ordering a bunch of infected computers to "click" on a bank's website until it's too ...

Zero-day PDF exploit affects Adobe Reader 11 and earlier versions, researchers say [Computerworld]

IDG News Service - Researchers from security firm FireEye claim that attackers are actively using a remote code execution exploit that works against the latest versions of Adobe Reader 9, 10 and 11. Read The Full Article

Dell Going Private in $24.4 Billion Agreement [Dealbook - The New York Times]

For Dell, a $24.4 billion deal to take itself private is a bold move out of Wall Street’s harsh spotlight as it tries to remake itself in a world where personal computers are no longer the big business in technology. ...

Macs hit by new wave of money-stealing malware [NBC News]

Apple users who think they're immune to malware and other bugs need to pay attention: A new Trojan is infecting Apple computers in order to obtain victims' phone numbers and rob them via unexpected premium SMS charges. Read The Full Article.

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