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Search Engine Poisoning attacks manipulate, or poisoning

Imperva  have released a report on search engine poisoning
Search Engine Poisoning attacks manipulate, or “poison”, search engines to display search results that contain references to malware-delivering websites, disrupting Oil & Gas production.

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86% of IT Organisations Don’t Track Sensitive Documents

A study conducted by Imperva, a data security company, has revealed that organisations in the UK have not changed their attitudes to the threat of insider breaches despite the lessons of Wikileaks.

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GSMA Outlines Findings From Spam Reporting Service Pilot

70% of SMS spam is financial fraud

The GSMA have announced the findings from its pilot of the GSMA Spam Reporting Service (SRS), which was conducted from March through December 2010

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Most wanted: the Black Energy bot

Kaspersky Lab has published an article entitled "Black DDoS" which provides an analysis of the Black Energy 2 malicious bot.

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Smartphones fraud protection

Use of Mobile Fraud Detection in Mobile Commerce Environments Is Imperative, It has been predicted that by year-end 2013, location information or profile information from mobile phones will be used to validate 90 per cent of mobile transactions.

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