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11/18/2010

Weekly Security News – November 18, 2010

1. McAfee CEO: Get ready for tidal wave of mobile attacks
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2. Drive-By Downloads Still Running Wild
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3. Malware pushers lure victims with leaked Harry Potter movie screener
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4. Scareware SEO attack exploits engagement of Prince William and Kate Middleton
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5. Well crafted PayPal phishing e-mail doing rounds
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6. Debt collectors utilize Facebook to embarrass those who owe
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7. Chinese ISP hijacked US military, gov web traffic
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8. Rogue e-mail makes Swiss bank lose millions?
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9. LinkedIn attack comprised over 31% of all spam
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10. 10 security tips for retailers
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11. One Hundred Naked Citizens: One Hundred Leaked Body Scans
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12. The 12 most dangerous online scams
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13. 10 holiday ID theft prevention tips
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14. Joshua Simon Ashby gets 4 months in jail for posting naked photo of ex-girlfriend on Facebook
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15. Web users deceived into downloading malicious anti-virus software
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16. Top 10 Security Threats for 2011
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17. Holiday spam e-mail runs start off
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18. 40% of all rogueware was created in 2010
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19. Palin hacker sentenced to one year in custody
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20. Half of SMBs block employee access to Facebook
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