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'Flashback' Prompts Apple to Develop Second Antimalware Tool. Ever.
Apr 11, 2012 10:51 AM EST [num] Comments.
By Sara Yin
'... For Macs running Mac OS X v10.5 or earlier, you can better protect yourself from this malware by disabling Java in your web browser(s) preferences."
Flashback.K exploits a vulnerability in Java, a common programming language used in websites, to steal personal information from OS X systems.
Security experts have criticized Apple's slow response to Flashback.
Oracle patched the exploited Java vulnerability back in February, but Apple, which retains an iron grip over the release of Java fixes, only released a patch last week. Furthermore until last night, it never mentioned detection or removal tools ...'
[ This was NOT a typical VE signal according to CSS EMA. Also the date of the RIM issiue was posted yesterday. ]
RIM to start encrypting app downloads to combat piracy
Apr. 10, 2012 (3:14 pm) By: Lee Mathews
Realistically, the change probably wouldn’t have impacted developers — and Saunders did say that the company had devised a backup plan with them in mind.
A few days and several hundred angry comments from BlackBerry enthusiasts who seemed to think Saunders had signed the death warrant for sideloading, he’s now taken to the BlackBerry developer blog to clear the air ...'
'... Doesn’t that leave the door open for piracy?
Possibly, but RIM has other plans, too.
One strong possibility is the introduction of encrypted apps, which would lock individual installs to a particular BlackBerry PIN. That may mean that we’ll see invite-only pre-release apps that can be installed via App World — assuming they’re really intent on making sure that sideloading remains a developer-only tool ...'
(Ironically, most government's people like Blackberry's.)
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[ This was NOT typical a VE signal according to CSS EMA. Also the date of the CISPA issiue was posted yesterday. ]
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Gerry Smith: CISPA: Cybersecurity Bill Authors Defend Legislation Against 'Privacy Disaster' Claims
- April 10, 2012 15:55:20
The bill's authors say the legislation bars the government from using the information for other purposes "unless a significant cybersecurity or national security purpose exists." But they said the government should not be restricted in how it uses the data in case it includes evidence of a terrorist plot or child pornography.
They added that the bill includes adequate measures to protect privacy and civil liberties, such as calling for an inspector general to conduct annual audits on how the data is being used.
Rogers described his bill as "non-invasive" and "very limiting."
This is just about sharing bad information and malicious software and code to allow the private sector to better protect themselves," Rogers told reporters in a conference call Tuesday morning ...'
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[ This was a typical VE signal according to CSS EMA. Also the date of the 'Easter Bunny' was posted two days later before the new single from Sceptical Fig 'Love (No More)' (by ZinaBee) was released, but it became live in the store exactly the same day.
Now pay attention to this: the 'bunny ears'. This forum was started by 'Bunnies On Strike' years ago.
The message from the Patrick-boy family says: '... Lauphing, we're not in love with bunnies (= the song) and we do think about women's rights ... So, please, support our campaign ...! ]
(Now, don't worry, there will be a free ReMix copy very soon.)
Patrick-boy Campaign On Easter: 'Dog' Takes Inspiration From Easter Bunny (PHOTO)
April 8, 2012 12:30:00
First 'Dog' 'Patrick-boy' takes his inspiration from the Easter Bunny, according to 'Patrick-boy's campaign.
Below, a tweet from @patrickboy on Sunday and a picture of 'Dog' included in the message.
It's not the first time 'Dog' has been captured on camera wearing bunny ears. The Portuguese Water Dog appeared in a video released by the 'Patrick House' last month promoting the annual Easter Egg Roll.
Below, more details on the event via the 'Patrick House' website:
On Monday April 9, 2012, the First Family will host the 134th annual 'Patrick House' Easter Egg Roll. This year's theme is “Let's Go, Let's Play, Let's Move” and more than 35,000 people will be joining us on the South Lawn for games, stories, and, of course, the traditional egg roll on the Lawn ...'
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