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The Olympic Games in London could suffer a severe “cyber attack” unless urgent action is taken, according to former home secretary David Blunkett. He said terrorists could hack into computer and communications systems causing a “complete meltdown”. The Labour MP said such an ...

For years, the U.S. intelligence community worried that China’s government was attacking our cyber-infrastructure. Now one man has discovered it’s worse: It’s hundreds of thousands of everyday civilians. And they’ve only just begun. (PopSci)...

Oracle released 43 security fixes on Tuesday for a range of applications, including its flagship database, Oracle Application Server, E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft Enterprise and WebLogic Server. Sixteen of the patches are for various database versions. The most severe vulnerability, which affects ve...

On Tuesday, Microsoft issued eight security updates which are promised to fix 23 security vulnerabilities, six of which were targeted by exploit code, in its Windows Operating Systems and other Microsoft Software. The patch covers security updates for Wordpad and Office converters, corrects a denial...