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Steam accounts hijacked through password reset flaw

A glaring error in the Steam password recovery system allowed hackers to take over accounts for Valve's popular gaming platform.

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Avoid the danger of the Angler exploit kit

As the Angler exploit kit evolves and adopts new functionality, it's becoming harder to detect and defend against. Enterprise threats expert Nick Lewis advises how to mitigate the threat.

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Car hack paves the way for SPY Car Act, DMCA reform

News roundup: A wireless car hack demonstration has pushed vehicle security legislation and DMCA exemptions into the spotlight, and prompted a manufacturer recall. Plus: Hacking Team update; DHS email issues; and smartwatches vulnerable to attack.

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HP misrepresents severity of four critical IE vulnerabilities

HP's Zero Day Initiative has disclosed four critical vulnerabilities found in Internet Explorer that could lead to remote code execution, but mistakenly labeled them as affecting Windows desktop not Windows Phone.

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    Steam accounts hijacked through password reset flaw

    A glaring error in the Steam password recovery system allowed hackers to take over accounts for Valve's popular gaming platform.

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    Car hack paves the way for SPY Car Act, DMCA reform

    News roundup: A wireless car hack demonstration has pushed vehicle security legislation and DMCA exemptions into the spotlight, and prompted a manufacturer recall. Plus: Hacking Team update; DHS email issues; and smartwatches vulnerable to attack.

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