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Private Webcams Fodder for Web Site

Private Webcams Fodder for Web Site
Using Internet-connected devices without strong passwords is inherently risky, as illustrated by reports that a Russian Web site is showing live footage from thousands of people's webcams.
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Microsoft Fixes Windows Server Flaw
Redmond has released a critical out-of-band patch to fix a flaw in a few versions of Windows and Windows Server. The vulnerability should be considered a serious risk to enterprises.
US State Department's E-Mail Hacked
The U.S. Department of State's e-mail has reportedly been hacked. But it’s too early to tell if it’s a hacking attempt from a foreign nation -- at least officials aren’t disclosing the suspected source.
Microsoft Buys Israeli Security Firm
The purchase of Israel-based enterprise security company Aorato by Microsoft for a reported $200 million is aimed at enhancing Active Directory’s security with machine learning technology.
Microsoft Patches 19-Year-Old Bug
IBM’s X-Force has uncovered a flaw that has gone unpatched for at least 19 years that impacts every version of Microsoft Windows from Windows 95 onward. Microsoft has issued an emergency fix.
Cybercrime Central Is Low-Key Office
U.S. online fight hides in plain sight.
33 Bugs Fixed in Major Patch Tuesday
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Hacker-Hit Tibetan Monks 'Detach'
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McAfee IDs '12 Scams of the Holidays'
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