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Hackers Target Western Energy Firms (Jul-01-14)
Android SMS Worm on the Loose (Jun-27-14)
TweetDeck Hijack Speaks Volumes (Jun-12-14)
Game Over for Lucrative Zeus Botnet (Jun-02-14)
Mundane Ruses Lured Hack Victims (May-23-14)
Cybercrime Crackdown Nabs Dozens (May-19-14)
Microsoft Patches IE, Includes XP (May-01-14)
Lessons from Verizon's Threat Report (Apr-23-14)
Malware Targets Facebook Users (Apr-17-14)
OpenSSL Calls for More Support (Apr-16-14)
How, Why Heartbleed Got Its Name (Apr-14-14)
Android Apps Mine Virtual Currency (Mar-27-14)
Report: Target Ignored Security Alerts (Mar-14-14)
Cisco's AMP Takes on Malware (Feb-25-14)
Apple Updates iOS for Epic Flaw (Feb-24-14)
Snapchat Hack: Smoothies Anyone? (Feb-12-14)
Fake Flappy Bird Steals Money (Feb-12-14)
'The Mask' Cyber-Spy Attacks Outed (Feb-11-14)
Hackers Breach Yahoo Mail (Jan-31-14)
Akamai Says Internet Is Speeding Up (Jan-28-14)
Target Malware Allegedly from Russia (Jan-20-14)
Hackers Leverage Chrome Extensions (Jan-20-14)
Neiman Marcus Hack: 6 Months Old? (Jan-17-14)
Target Breach: An Inside Job? (Jan-17-14)
Can Cyberattacks Be Predicted? (Jan-15-14)
Retailers Must Be Vigilant After Hacks (Jan-13-14)
Massive Security Breach at Target (Dec-19-13)
Most Internet Traffic Not from Humans (Dec-13-13)
Chinese Hackers Spied on EU Officials (Dec-10-13)
Microsoft Strikes Massive Botnet (Dec-06-13)
Hack Puts Social Media Users at Risk (Dec-05-13)
Report: NSA Infected 50,000 Networks (Nov-25-13)
Stuxnet Now Reveals Double Payload (Nov-21-13)
Contest To Debug the Internet (Nov-07-13)
CryptoLocker Ransomware Spreading (Nov-04-13)
Google Beefs Up Security in Chrome (Nov-01-13)
Beat the Clock on Windows XP (Oct-29-13)
PHP.net Servers Dished Out Malware (Oct-25-13)
Flash Gets Key Security Fix in Safari (Oct-24-13)
Google Tools Target Censorship (Oct-22-13)
Oracle Issues 51 Java Security Fixes (Oct-17-13)
Adobe Hit by Massive Data Breach (Oct-04-13)
Silk Road Bitcoin Drug Site Shuttered (Oct-02-13)
Symantec Takes Down Mega Botnet (Oct-01-13)
Is Fake iMessage App Malware or Not? (Sep-24-13)
DDoS Attack Cripples China Internet (Aug-26-13)
Energy Department Hacked Again (Aug-16-13)
IBM Snaps Up Security Firm Trusteer (Aug-15-13)
Syrian Group Hacks Washington Post (Aug-15-13)
Who Hacked the Dalai Lama? (Aug-13-13)
Chinese NYT Hackers Are Back (Aug-12-13)
Bitcoin Finds Android Flaw (Aug-12-13)
FBI Appears To Be Using Hacker Tactics (Aug-05-13)
Cisco Buys Sourcefire To Up Security (Jul-23-13)
SIM Card Flaw Leaves Phones at Risk (Jul-22-13)

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