Microsoft Windows 0-day, Don’t open unexpected RTF documents.

The in the wild exploit takes advantage of an unspecified RTF parsing vulnerability combined with an ASLR bypass, which depends by a module loaded at predictable memory address.

How Much Microsoft Charges the FBI for User Data

Long story short, Microsoft charges the FBI (read: taxpayers) hundreds of thousands of dollars a month for access to information about you. And their rates are on the rise.

Megaupload loses bid to see more US evidence

New Zealand’s Supreme Court found the U.S. does not have to provide full documents in its extradition bid

Facebook HACK language

a programming language we developed for HHVM that interoperates seamlessly with PHP

WPA2 wireless security cracked

However, it is the de-authentication step in the wireless setup that represents a much more accessible entry point for an intruder with the appropriate hacking tools. As part of their purported security protocols routers using WPA2 must reconnect and re-authenticate devices periodically and share a new key each time.


Microsoft in hot water over email search

Microsoft is in hot water over its privacy policy after it emerged that the software firm looked through a French blogger’s Hotmail account to find the source of leaked code for Windows 8.

Netflix blasts Internet providers: ‘Consumers deserve better’

they effectively control access to millions of consumers and are willing to sacrifice the interests of their own customers to press Netflix and others to pay

$1 million phone scam ‘largest ever’

The impostor claims to be an Internal Revenue Service representative and tells “intended victims they owe taxes and must pay using a pre-paid debit card or wire transfer,” an IRS inspector general office said.

Internal Gmail traffic to always use https

Starting today, Gmail will always use an encrypted HTTPS connection when you check or send email. Gmail has supported HTTPS since the day it launched, and in 2010 we made HTTPS the default.

Google, Yahoo and others all knew about NSA data collection, claims NSA lawyer

De asserted that the NSA collected “upstream data” from the companies with their “full knowledge and assistance”.