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  • Kaspersky's exploit-proof OS leaves security experts skeptical

    While there is a need for a more secure operating system for industrial control systems, experts say a US-built OS would be preferred

  • Flame malware server password cracked by Kaspersky researcher

    Researchers have cracked the password protecting a server that controlled the Flame espionage botnet giving them access to the malware control panel to learn more about how the network functioned and who might be behind it.

  • The worst security muddles (so far) of 2012

    From the embarrassing hack of a conversation between the FBI and Scotland Yard to a plethora of data breaches (think LinkedIn, eHarmony, Elantis, VMWare), security muddles have ruled the first half of 2012.

  • 10 best proposed new top-level domains

    The internet is about to undergo a radical change that will soon fill it with LOLs, YouTubes, and, of course, lots and lots of porn. No I'm not describing the web as you know it, but a stream of new generic top-level domains that promise new website names such as "drama.Youtube" or "funny.LOL" instead of traditional sites such as

  • Cybercrime is 'much bigger than al Qaeda' in the US

    Security experts confirm concern outlined by DHS Secretary in recent speech

  • Down and dirty IT jobs: Grime and punishment

    Flame wars, leakage, nasty Polish texting - six more tales of dirty duty in IT

  • Ten Firefox extensions you can't live without

    Using browser extensions is a lot like tricking out your car with a new air spoiler, tinted windows, chrome rims, and big flame decals. Too much junk, and you bog down your ride and look silly. With thousands of Firefox extensions to choose from, the main challenge is finding the right ones and avoiding the lame ones.

  • The most dangerous jobs in technology

    In the world of information technology, some professions are particularly perilous. Whether you?re risking psychological stress or your very life, these fields aren?t for the faint of heart. Some people in these roles thrive on adrenaline, climbing thousands of feet to fix communications towers. Others risk only emotional damage, getting paid to consume disturbing Internet content.

  • Steve Jobs stumbles into flame war over iPad

    Funny thing about Apple, getting its PR drones to respond to even a friendly request is like trying to get a straight answer out of an oil company executive.

  • 10 things the Internet has killed or ruined (and five things it hasn't)

    From sex to Nigeria to arguments in bars to Chuck Norris: The Internet has badly affected them all (except Chuck Norris).

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