D-Link says sorry for being rubbish
Published in News

Router Security is pants

D-Link has said sorry to its customers for an on-going security issue with many of its routers.

Intel flogging security solutions to the Swedish
Published in News

Massaging the McAfee portfolio 

When Intel bought McAfee, most of us thought that the outfit was interested in putting security into the chip, however it turns out that they are also trying to flog mobile security solutions.

Purge your computer of Beebone
Published in News

Botnet has been downed

UK firms have been urged to purge their computers of Beebone distributed malware after the botnet was downed by an international operation.
The AAEH botnet was killed off by Europol's European Cyber Crime Centre (EC3) the Joint Cybercrime Action Taskforce (J-CAT), Dutch police and the FBI.

Apple holds security door open for the Chinese
Published in News

Never reads the papers

While Google and Mozilla have been falling over themselves to stop a data leak to China, Apple has cheerfully ignored the problem.

Router malware injects porn into webpages
Published in Network

That is our excuse and we are sticking to it

If your boss gets upset with you for watching porn at work you should immediately blame his routers.

BIOS is hacking gateway
Published in Motherboards

Flash will save every one of us

Security experts, Corey Kallenberg and Xeno Kovah have demonstrated a proof of concept hack which uses the BIOS chips that contain the firmware of a computer's motherboard.

Apple fixes a flaw in Macs in just a week
Published in News

Must be a record

A flaw in Apple Macs is so bad that Apple did not have time to go through its normal ritual of ignoring it and pretending it only effects a small number of users. 

Even more secure than iOS

We are waiting for the press release

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