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Important Flash Update

Adobe released an important update for their Flash Player today to address a vulnerability that hackers are already exploiting, though there are rumors that hackers have already found another exploit that gets around the fixes in the latest patch.

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Tags: Adobe, Flash, Update, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Angler Exploit Kit

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Java Patch

A Java patch released recently is reported to fix at least 19 security vulnerabilities. Ten of those vulnerabilities are rated as severe.

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Tags: Java

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Online Parking Services Compromised

Park 'N Fly and OneStopParking, two online parking reservation services, have both admitted to having been hacked, with customers' credit cards having been compromised.

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Tags: Hack, Cyber Security, Park N Fly, OneStopParking

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Critical Adobe and Microsoft Updates

Adobe and Microsoft both released updates for Update Tuesday today.

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Tags: Microsoft, Google, Adobe, Flash, Update

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1.16 Million Stolen Credit Cards

The Staples malware attack we first discussed a few months ago turns out to have been much more serious than initially suspected.

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Tags: Malware, Hack, Cyber Security

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Underestimating North Korea

A lot of people dismiss North Korea, thinking their threats and posing are just bluster. The cyber attack on Sony Pictures and the cancellation of the film "The Interview" have people rethinking their dismissive attitudes.

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Tags: Security, Hack, Cyber Security, Guardians of Peace, North Korea, Sony Pictures

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Sony Hackers Threaten Moviegoers

A theater in New York has canceled the premiere ot "The Interview" on the heels of a threat against anyone going to see the movie.

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Tags: Hack, Cyber Security, GOP, Guardians of Peace

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