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ACLU Privacy & Technology
Mon Aug 19 16:43:03 2013 GMT

  • ACLU of Maine Responds to Governor’s Executive Order on Drones
  • NSA Casts Massive Dragnet Over Americans' International Communications
  • Mobile App Code of Conduct an Important Step Forward
  • ACLU Releases Documents on License Plate Scanners From Some 300 Police Departments Nationwide
  • ACLU-NC Releases Details of Automatic License Plate Reader Investigation
  • Maine Enacts Privacy Legislation for Cell Phones and Cameras
  • Senate Reaffirms Vote for Cell Phone Tracking Bill
  • New Law Requires Warrants for Cell Phone Tracking
  • ACLU of Florida Calls for Warrant Requirement Following Breach of Florida Prescription Database
  • ACLU of Florida Calls for Federal Officials to Investigate Leak of 3,300 Floridians’ Prescript...
  • Data Breaches
    Thu Apr 24 16:43:39 2014 GMT
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  • Iowa State University
  • NCO Financial Systems Inc.
  • Snelling Staffing LLC
  • Aaron Brothers
  • Wilshire Mutual Funds
  • University Urology, P.C.
  • Veterans Of Foreign Wars Of The United States
  • LaCie USA
  • Clinical Reference Laboratory
  • StumbleUpon
  • American Express Company
  • Deltek Inc.
  • Cole Taylor Mortgage
  • California Correctional Institution
  • Kaiser Permanente Northern California Division of Research
  • Boxee
  • Palomar Health
  • Papers, Please!
    Sat Apr 19 16:45:41 2014 GMT
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  • Lawyers for Dr. Ibrahim say government acted in bad faith in “no-fly” case
  • Decision in first “no-fly” trial finally unsealed
  • FBI tells Dr. Ibrahim she’s not on the “no-fly” list
  • TSA fines “Naked American Hero” $500
  • District Court dismisses complaint in Mocek v. Albuquerque
  • Interpol renews push for worldwide ID-based travel controls
  • More no-fly and “watchlist” cases on track (slowly) toward trial
  • UN Human Rights Committee calls on US to effectuate the ICCPR
  • UN Human Rights Committee review of US implementation of the ICCPR: Day 2
  • UN Human Rights Committee review of US implementation of the ICCPR: Day 1
  • Personal Security
    Thu Apr 24 13:44:57 2014 GMT
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  • Apple Patented A New Location Tracking Technology Which Does Not Need G.P.S
  • Latentgesture Technology Might Be A Revolution For Smart Phone Security
  • Mini Camera To Take Surveillance. A Step Further Or New Threat?
  • The DeepFace project by Facebook
  • The Advent Of Anti- Spy Technology: Is It Really Possible To Completely Ward Off The Menace?
  • 5G Network In South Korea
  • Vulnerability Of Mobile Banking Apps
  • Internet Of Wild Things: How To Make All Our Wireless Gadgets Safe?
  • Shielding Wireless Network, Or A Couple Of Ways To Avoid Wi-Fi Trouble
  • Indoor Navigation Feature of iOS7 – iBeacon, Can It Harm Our Privacy?
  • Register: Security
    Thu Apr 24 16:45:26 2014 GMT
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  • Dell, Cisco, Microsoft, Google and friends shower OpenSSL in $$$s to make it all better
  • LulzSec's Sabu hacked foreign gov sites while under FBI control – NYT
  • Reg probe bombshell: How we HACKED mobile voicemail without a PIN
  • Bank of England seeks 'HACKERS' to defend vaults against e-thieves
  • AuDA starts final round of DNSSEC tests
  • Researchers slurp unencrypted Viber messaging data with ease
  • Cisco: Hey, IT depts. You're all malware hosts
  • Apple stabs Heartbleed bug in AirPort Extreme, Time Capsule gear
  • Apple splats 'new' SSL snooping bug in iOS, OS X - but it's no Heartbleed
  • Sat comms kit riddled with backdoors for hackers – researcher
  • Think-tank to infosec: You're doing it wrong
  • Japan airport staff dash to replace passcodes after security cock-up
  • Cisco kicks off security kit/software/cloud combo
  • Kill dodgy RNG says NIST
  • AOL Mail locks down email servers to deal with spam tsunami
  • Patch iOS, OS X now: PDFs, JPEGs, URLs, web pages can pwn your kit
  • OpenBSD founder wants to bin buggy OpenSSL library, launches fork
  • Despite your fancy-schmancy security tech, passwords still weakest link in IT defences
    Mon Jun 11 16:47:27 2012 GMT
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  • Cisco Zine: How to create self-signed certificates
  • Cisco Zine: Unicast flooding due to asymmetric routing
  • Acros Security: Adobe Reader X (10.1.2) msiexec.exe Planting
  • Cisco Zine: Twelve Cisco vulnerabilities
  • Marco Ramilli's Blog: CVE-2012-0507
  • Cisco Zine: How to perform SSH RSA User Authentication
  • Offensive Security: FreePBX Exploit Phone Home
  • Cisco Zine: Cisco Linksys WVC200 Wireless-G PTZ Internet Video Camera buffer overflow
  • arstechnica: How Anonymous plans to use DNS as a weapon
  • arstechnica: Doxed: how Sabu was outed by former Anons long before his arrest
  • Marco Ramilli's Blog: Steganography Tools - a non exhaustive survey
  • arstechnica: Stakeout: how the FBI tracked and busted a Chicago Anon
  • The Register: Researchers find MYSTERY programming language in Duqu Trojan
  • Cisco Zine: Cisco Linksys WAG54GS CSRF Change Admin Password
  • Marco Ramilli's Blog: An interesting tool for your SwissKnife
  • Daily Mail: Turning the tables on Big Brother: Now internet users can watch who is spying on them
  • arstechnica: Malicious backdoor in open-source messaging apps not spotted for 3 months
  • Wired: Goldman Sachs Code-Theft Conviction Reversed
  • SANS Internet Storm Center
    Thu Apr 24 13:45:20 2014 GMT
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  • Infocon: green
  • Apple IOS updates to 7.1.1, OSX Security update 2014-002, Airport Updates -
  • Fun with Passphrases!, (Thu, Apr 24th)
  • ISC StormCast for Thursday, April 24th 2014, (Thu, Ap...
  • Be Careful what you Scan for!, (Thu, Apr 24th)
  • DHCPv6 and DUID Confusion, (Wed, Apr 23rd)
  • Special Edition of OUCH: Heartbleed - Why Do I Care?
  • ISC StormCast for Wednesday, April 23rd 2014, (Wed, A...
  • Port 32764 Router Backdoor is Back (or was it ever gone?), (Tue, Apr 22nd)
  • Apple Patches for OS X, iOS and Apple TV., (Tue, Apr 22nd)
  • ISC StormCast for Tuesday, April 22nd 2014, (Tue, Apr...
    Wed Mar 19 02:47:03 2014 GMT
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  • CPanel WHM Forced CPAddons Upgrade Remote Password Disclosure Vulnerability
  • Cybozu Garoon Keitai Feature Crafted Request User ID Manipulation Authentication Bypass Vulnerability
  • FFmpeg / Libav Libavcodec/mjpegdec.c Ff_mjpeg_decode_sof Function Uninitialized Memory Issue Vulner...
  • HP Application Information Optimizer Archive Query Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
  • IBM Multiple Products Multiple Reflected XSS Vulnerability
  • IBM Sterling B2B Integrator Apache Xerces-J XML Parser XML Data Handling CPU Resource Consumption Re...
  • Libiodbc Iodbctest /tmp Symlink Local Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
  • McAfee Email Gateway Administrator System Tab Multiple Attributes Remote Command Execution Vulnerabi...
  • Microsoft IE Permission Validation Privilege Escalation Vulnerability
  • MyBB Admin/modules/config/smilies.php Smilies Mass Editing SQL Injection Vulnerability
  • OpenJPEG Cio.c Cio_bytein() Function Codestream Heap Out-Of-Bounds Read Arbitrary Memory Disclosure ...
  • OpenSAML Java ParserPool XML External Entity (XXE) Remote Injection Vulnerability
  • Print N Share For IOS Filename Parameter Local File Inclusion Vulnerability
  • Red Hat JBoss Portal GateIn Portal Improper URL Escaping Multiple Reflected XSS Vulnerability
  • Sam Spade Ping Target Handling Overflow Vulnerability
  • SUSE Lifecycle Management Server (SLMS) Rails Default Secret Key Weakness Vulnerability
  • Valve SteamOS Valve-Bugreporter .valve-Bugreporter.cfg Plaintext Credential Local Disclosure Vulnera...
  • Wireshark SIP Dissector Dissect_sip_common Function SIP Packet Zero Line Length Infinite Loop Remote...
  • Security Alert
    Tue May 7 16:45:20 2013 GMT
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  • Don’t fall for the Facebook privacy notice hoax
  • With shopping scams on the rise, watch for these threats
  • US teens lead the way for shady, risky online behavior
  • Here's how to secure your email and avoid becoming a ‘Petraeus’
  • Attention shoppers: Patch IE now before you shop online
  • Out of date, vulnerable browsers put users at risk
  • Study finds 25 percent of Android apps to be a security risk
  • Windows 8 raises the bar for PC security
  • Webroot SecureAnywhere 2013 adds protection for Mac OS X
  • Kaspersky Lab announces a brand-new OS focused on security
  • Microsoft plans patch for critical flaw in Word next Tuesday
  • Microsoft pushes out critical security updates for Internet Explorer
  • What you need to know about the Internet Explorer zero-day attacks
  • Microsoft confirms patch for Flash in IE10 coming soon
  • The FBI’s Next Generation Identification program could spot faces in a crowded street
  • Get ready: Microsoft is raising the bar for encryption keys
  • Apple device IDs hacked: What you need to know
  • Plan X: DARPA’s Cyberwar
  • SecurityFocus Vulns
    Thu Apr 24 16:45:40 2014 GMT
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  • Vuln: Microsoft Internet Explorer CVE-2014-0285 Memory Corruption Vulnerability
  • Vuln: CA Erwin Web Portal CVE-2014-2210 Multiple Directory Traversal Vulnerabilities
  • Vuln: Adobe Flash Player Use After Free Remote Code Execution Vulnerability
  • Vuln: Microsoft Internet Explorer CVE-2014-0274 Memory Corruption Vulnerability
  • Bugtraq: [security bulletin] HPSBHF03006 rev.1 - HP Integrated Lights-Out 2 (iLO 2) Denial of Service
  • Bugtraq: Android App SSL certificate validation weakness
  • Bugtraq: Android App SSL certificate validation weakness
  • Bugtraq: Weak firmware encryption and predictable WPA key on Sitecom routers
  • More rss feeds from SecurityFocus
  • US-CERT National Cyber Alert
    Mon Feb 25 20:43:59 2013 GMT
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  • TA13-051A: Oracle Java Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • SB13-049: Vulnerability Summary for the Week of February 11, 2013
  • TA13-043B: Microsoft Updates for Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • TA13-043A: Adobe Updates for Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • SB13-042: Vulnerability Summary for the Week of February 4, 2013
  • SB13-035: Vulnerability Summary for the Week of January 28, 2013
  • TA13-032A: Oracle Java 7 Multiple Vulnerabilities
  • SB13-028: Vulnerability Summary for the Week of January 21, 2013
  • SB13-021: Vulnerability Summary for the Week of January 14, 2013
  • Virus Warnings
    Thu Apr 24 13:48:18 2014 GMT
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  • Trojan.Shredboom
  • Infostealer.Pandebono
  • Packed.Generic.461
  • Trojan.Viknok!gen1
  • Trojan.FakeAV!gen122
  • Trojan.Viknok.C!inf
  • Infostealer.Neabolsa
  • IOS.Passrobber
  • Trojan.FakeAV!gen121
  • Downloader.Ajuxery
  • Downloader.Ajuxery!gen1
  • Trojan.Rokamal
  • Trojan.Shylock!gen12
  • Infostealer.Dande
  • W32.Mezit!inf
  • Trojan.Pandex!gen4
  • Trojan.Zbot!gen74
  • SONAR.SuspLaunch2
  • Wired Security
    Fri Mar 28 23:47:45 2014 GMT
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  • Microsoft Curtails Email Snooping After Leak Controversy
  • Forget the NSA. Tech Companies May Be Reading Your Email Too
  • Facebook Fights Back Against the NSA Spy Machine
  • How Google Can Repel the Attack of the NSA Quantum Computer
  • Zuckerberg Phones Obama for Answers About NSA Spying
  • Only Your Heartbeat Can Unlock This Bitcoin Wallet
  • The NSA Is Building a Quantum Computer? We Already Knew That
  • Clash of the Titans! Inside Microsoft’s Battle to Foil the NSA
  • Swedes Shame the NSA With Gingerbread Data Center Spy Movie
  • Once You Use Bitcoin You Can’t Go ‘Back’ — And That’s Its Fatal Flaw
  • You Are Being Watched
    Sun Oct 24 23:08:06 2010 GMT
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  • San Francisco Surveillance Cameras Don’t Reduce Violent Crime
  • Let's face it, soon Big Brother will have no trouble recognising you
  • Finding a Way to Review Surveillance Tape in Bulk
  • Obama Stimulus Buys $8M in Airport Spy Cameras
  • CCTV in the spotlight: one crime solved for every 1,000 cameras
  • UK Public to monitor CCTV from home
  • UK Traffic Cameras Used to Harass Peaceful Protestors

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