A Bad Week for Passwords, and One Way to Make It Better

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Stealthy Shape Security Lands $6 Million From Kleiner Perkins and Eric Schmidt

Security Start-Up CrowdStrike Hires Former FBI Cyber Cop

Apple Fights Back Against Malware Attack

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Researchers Show How Easy a New Stuxnet-Like Attack Can Be

Government Security Gurus: All Our Networks Are Belong to Them

Not Lulzing Anymore: Five Hackers Charged in U.S., U.K. and Ireland

CBS’s “60 Minutes” Casts Its Eye on Stuxnet Worm

Seven Questions for RSA Security Head Art Coviello

Big Blue Goes Big on IT Security

For Hackers, Attacking Phones and Tablets Is the New Hotness

Anonymous Fails, Once Again, to Make Its Point

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Stratfor Hack Damage Report: 50,000 Credit Cards, 44,000 Passwords

Anonymous Plays Robin Hood With Stolen Credit Cards

Why Today Is a Very Good Day to Update Java on Your Computer

HP Memo Spanks Columbia Researchers Over Flaming Printers Flap

IBM Launches Service to Secure Smart Phones at the Office

Facing Real-World Violence, Anonymous Backs Down From Drug Cartel

HP Makes Enterprise Security Push

U.K. Arrests Two More Suspected Members of LulzSec

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