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NSA Plans To Map Entire Internet

NSA Plans To Map Entire Internet
The NSA is hacking into corporate servers and attacking global ISPs as part of its effort to map off the entire Internet according to a report citing new documents leaked by Edward Snowden.
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Cybercrooks Attack Amazon's Twitch
Will Amazon flinch over what security researchers are calling a “twitch of fate”? The e-commerce giant has plenty to flinch about, as malware has invaded its live video game platform Twitch.
Gmail Hacked, Better Security Needed
If you're a Google Gmail user, it's bad news. About 5 million Gmail addresses and plain text passwords were leaked to an online forum on Tuesday. The good news: the data is old, but better security is still needed.
Salesforce Warns of Trojan Malware
A new computer Trojan may be targeting clients of, the company warned. The malware, known as Dyre or Dyreza, appears to be a variation of the Zeus Trojan.
5 Million Gmail Passwords Stolen
Nearly five million usernames and passwords associated with Google's Gmail service were hacked and leaked Tuesday on a Russian Bitcoin security forum. Most passwords were three years old.
A Second Layer of Security Online
How to enable two-step verification.
IBM Taps Intel To Secure SoftLayer
To protect enterprise data in the cloud.
Trustwave Opens 'Ethical Hacking' Lab
Probing for security vulnerabilities.
Hackers Crack
DDoS now; theft of personal info next?
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