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Less-than-proud Virus Shield owners are to be refunded and given a $5 Google Play voucher

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On by Matthew Broersma 0

Cisco's Managed Threat Defence service will remotely monitor enterprise networks and identify threats based on Hadoop 2.0-based predictive analytics

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The Chinese government is investigating security tools for its Windows XP systems, while it negotiates with Microsoft over upgrade pricing

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Apple adds usability improvements and security fixes in iOS 7.1.1, including an SSL flaw not related to Heartbleed

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On by Steve McCaskill 0

Brazil passes legislation designed to protect web users ahead of global confernence on the future of Internet governance in the country

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On by Thomas Brewster 0

Updates have reduced the number of vulnerable apps, but millions still running flawed software on Android

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Dual_EC_DRBG removed from recommended list following reports of NSA-funded backdoors

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The Heartbleed OpenSSL flaw is fixed on websites - but security firms have spotted attacks on SSL VPNs, warns Sean Michael Kerner

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Nokia joins other phone makers in kicking BlackBerry, but must do more to give business users better security, says Wayne Rash

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China said to be chief perpetrator, US the main target, with plenty of activity in Eastern Europe too

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