Apple spends a fortune protecting Cook
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From what?

Fruity cargo cult Apple is so terrified that something bad will happen to its leader Tim Cook that it spends nearly $700,000 to protect him. 

McAfee arrested in US
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Call security

IT bad boy John McAfee fought the law and the law won.

NSA will stop looking at bulk data collection
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Trust it

The National Security Agency has said that it will end its access to most bulk data collected under a controversial surveillance program in November, but keep records for litigation purposes. 

HTML5 security might hide web exploits
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Turning gamekeepers into poachers

Some of the features introduced in HTML5 can be used to hide web-based exploits and help them evade security.

Apple inserts bug into OSX
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Allows designer malware

The software genii at Apple have redesigned their OSX software to allow malware makers to make designer micro-software that can infect Macs with rootkits.

Blackberry buys AtHoc
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Wants more security

Troubled smartphone maker BlackBerry is buying AtHoc.

Spam rates fall below 50 per cent
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Spam, spam, spam

The amount of spam clogging up the internet is officially the lowest it has been for ten years.

Users had enough of Passwords
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Too hard to remember

Research from Accenture has discovered that people have really had enough of passwords.

Linux tools infested by huge bugs
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Security nightmare

The Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) has been talking about its efforts to figure out what Linux projects need support now, instead of waiting for them to break. 

Apple incompetence could save the world
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Three malwares could wipe out all things Apple

Apple's faith based security system could end up smashing every iPhone and IPad in the world and thus saving the world.