February 2013 Monthly Archives

Android Users: We've Got Your Back

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As we announced last week, the new Keeper for Android is now available. And according to a new security report from Blue Coat Systems, you really need it. Long story short: because of the many available third party Android app stores, cyber-criminals are able to more easily distribute malware-infected apps to Android devices. Users unwittingly […]

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UPDATE: The New Keeper for Android is Here!

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Android users, rejoice! The newest version of Keeper is now available for devices running Android version 2.2 and higher. What’s do you get with your free update? Dependable password management that is now more beautiful, much faster, and generally just way better. Keeper for Android version 2.1 offers: Improved design Increased speed and performance Optimization […]

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One Month Later, Facebook Discloses Hack

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As a Valentine’s Day gift to all its users, Facebook announced yesterday that it has been the target of a sophisticated hack…. for over a month. Apparently a number of Facebook employees visited a compromised website, which attacked their computers with malware. However, according to Facebook’s post about the breach, no user data was compromised. […]

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So What’s the Deal with Anonymous, Anyway?

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It’s everywhere. We’ve all seen it. Headlines in technology, cyber security, national security, politics, and more all seem to be ridden with this mysterious name: “Anonymous.” The image of a faceless figure wearing the iconic Guy Fawkes mask, or the group’s unofficial logo of a headless suit with a question mark over it, have become […]

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