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After repeated high-profile hacks against Sony, it appears it Sega’s turn to feel the heat in the games industry, joining the ranks of Nintendo, Codemasters and Epic, after one of their databases was compromised, revealing data about up to 1.3 million users, though not payment and credit card information was revealed.
Keeping your system up-to-date and fully patched with the latest security updates is an important step in to stopping the spread of malware, and Adobe’s Flash is a very good case-in-point, which has become a victim of its own success.
Another day, another acronym to remember. This one is important, though, as the prevalence of SEP is on the increase. Security firm Imperva released a report on search engine poisoning, which, in summary, is a manipulation of search engine result, …
RSA SecureID Tokens Compromised – after their March security breach, RSA have admitted that their SecureID tokens have been compromised; their hand forced after breaches at major defence contractors who use the technology.