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Farewell 2009, and The Washington Post

This will be the last post for the Security Fix blog. Dec. 31 marks my final day at The Washington Post Company. Over the last 15 years, I've reported hundreds of stories for washingtonpost.com and the paper edition. I have...

By Brian Krebs  | December 24, 2009; 4:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (52)
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Group IDs hotbeds of Conficker worm outbreaks

Internet service providers in Russia and Ukraine are home to some of the highest concentrations of customers whose machines are infected with the Conficker worm, new data suggests. The report comes from the Shadowserver Foundation, a nonprofit that tracks global...

By Brian Krebs  | December 16, 2009; 8:00 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
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Security Fix author named 'cybercrime hero'

Networking equipment maker Cisco Systems Inc this week bestowed a generous honor on the Security Fix author. In its 2009 annual security report released Tuesday, Cisco names Yours Truly as a "cybercrime hero," citing an ongoing investigative series detailing the...

By Brian Krebs  | December 8, 2009; 8:00 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (25)
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Nastygram: Bogus DHL e-mails harbor secret message

A recent spam run that tries to distribute malicious software disguised as a DHL package tracking number contains a poorly hidden message that insults the Security Fix author by name. According to an analysis by security firm Sophos, the...

By Brian Krebs  | November 30, 2009; 8:00 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (6)
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Alpha Software disclosure leads to confusion

A few days ago, Security Fix heard from a reader who received a breach notification so casual in tone that he asked me to verify whether it was for real. Sure enough, Burlington, Mass.-based database application company Alpha Software Inc....

By Brian Krebs  | November 20, 2009; 1:15 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (8)
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Brazilian Govt: Soot, not hackers, caused '07 blackouts

The Brazilian government is refuting a report aired on Sunday by the CBS news magazine 60 Minutes, which stated that power blackouts in the South American nation in 2005 and 2007 were caused by hackers. Meanwhile, a large swath of...

By Brian Krebs  | November 11, 2009; 12:35 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (3)
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A year later: A look back at McColo , Brian Krebs , November 11, 2009
Poking at Google's new privacy Dashboard, Brian Krebs , November 6, 2009
Business e-banking and the 6-figure password, Brian Krebs , November 4, 2009
What Windows Autorun Has Wrought, Brian Krebs , November 2, 2009
FDIC: Uptick in 'money mule' scams, Brian Krebs , November 2, 2009
Barackobama.com 'hack' is a hoax , Brian Krebs , October 27, 2009
E-Banking on a Locked Down PC, Part II, Brian Krebs , October 20, 2009
DHS Seeking 1,000 Cyber Security Experts, Brian Krebs , October 1, 2009
Cyber Gangs Hit Healthcare Providers, Brian Krebs , September 28, 2009
'Money Mule' Recruitment Network Exposed, Brian Krebs , September 24, 2009
Clamping Down on the 'Clampi' Trojan, Brian Krebs , September 11, 2009
More Business Banking Victims Speak Out, Brian Krebs , September 4, 2009
Getting Friended By Koobface , Brian Krebs , August 31, 2009
Snow Leopard's Anti-Malware Feature, Brian Krebs , August 28, 2009
U.K. Govt: Spammers Before Downloaders?, Brian Krebs , August 27, 2009
Microsoft Expands Office Anti-Piracy Program, Brian Krebs , August 26, 2009
Malware Writers: Will That Be OS X, or W? , Brian Krebs , August 24, 2009
Twitter Tries to Tame Tainted Links, Brian Krebs , August 4, 2009
Security Updates for iPhone, Adobe Reader, Brian Krebs , August 4, 2009
Weaponizing Web 2.0, Brian Krebs , July 29, 2009
Spam Rates Recovering From 3FN Takedown, Brian Krebs , July 1, 2009
Web Fraud 2.0: Franchising Cyber Crime, Brian Krebs , June 19, 2009
The Fallout from the 3FN Takedown, Brian Krebs , June 9, 2009
The Scrap Value of a Hacked PC, Brian Krebs , May 26, 2009
Apple Slow To Fix Java Flaws, Brian Krebs , May 22, 2009
Oprah, KFC and the Great PC Cleanup?, Brian Krebs , May 11, 2009
ZeusTracker and the Nuclear Option, Brian Krebs , May 7, 2009
Facebook Among Top Phished Web Sites, Brian Krebs , April 29, 2009
Planting Your Flag at Social Networking Sites, Brian Krebs , April 24, 2009
Time for an Internet A-Team?, Brian Krebs , April 22, 2009
World's First Mac Botnet? Not Quite., Brian Krebs , April 17, 2009
Happy 4th Birthday, Security Fix, Brian Krebs , March 30, 2009
Mac OS X Top Target in Browser Beatdown, Brian Krebs , March 24, 2009
FTC Takes on Freecreditreport.com, Brian Krebs , March 20, 2009
Users Complain of Mysterious 'PIFTS' Warning, Brian Krebs , March 10, 2009
Why Web Site Security Matters to Us All, Brian Krebs , March 6, 2009
From (& To) Russia, With Love, Brian Krebs , March 3, 2009
Adobe Urges Stopgap Changes To Blunt Cyber Threat, Brian Krebs , February 25, 2009
Covering Your Tracks in Firefox, Brian Krebs , February 9, 2009
Consider the Source, Not Just the File Type, Brian Krebs , February 6, 2009
OpenOffice Installs Insecure Java Version, Brian Krebs , February 4, 2009
Data Breaches More Costly Than Ever, Brian Krebs , February 2, 2009
Google: This Internet May Harm Your Computer, Brian Krebs , January 31, 2009
Troubled Ukrainian Host Sidelined , Brian Krebs , January 30, 2009
Blogfight: IE Vs. Firefox Security, Brian Krebs , January 29, 2009
When Cyber Criminals Eat Their Own, Brian Krebs , January 26, 2009
Move Over, Client #9, Brian Krebs , January 19, 2009
Tricky Windows Worm Wallops Millions, Brian Krebs , January 16, 2009
Microsoft Plugs Three Windows Security Holes, Brian Krebs , January 13, 2009
Meet the New Bots: Will We Get Fooled Again?, Brian Krebs , January 13, 2009
Tiny Charges Often Precede Big Trouble, Brian Krebs , January 12, 2009
One Weak Link to Rule Them All, Brian Krebs , December 30, 2008
PC Got a Virus? Consider Getting Help Offline, Brian Krebs , December 22, 2008
Who's Tracking You?, Brian Krebs , December 12, 2008
Apple: Mac Users Should Get Antivirus Software, Brian Krebs , December 1, 2008
Two Weeks Out, Spam Volumes Still Way Down, Brian Krebs , November 25, 2008
Pharmacy Extortionists Take on CIA, DoD, FBI, NSA, Brian Krebs , November 24, 2008
Peculiar Patch Pits iPhone Security vs. Safari, Brian Krebs , November 20, 2008
Web Fraud 2.0: Faking Your Internet Address, Brian Krebs , November 20, 2008
So Much Spam From One Place?, Brian Krebs , November 18, 2008
'Network Identity Theft' Politely Avenged, Brian Krebs , November 18, 2008
A Closer Look at McColo, Brian Krebs , November 13, 2008
VISA to Enforce Payment Card Security in Europe, Brian Krebs , November 11, 2008
Researchers Hijack Storm Worm to Track Profits, Brian Krebs , November 6, 2008
GMU E-Mail Hoax: Election Day Moved to Nov. 5, Brian Krebs , November 4, 2008
Taming Vista's User Account Control Pop-Ups, Brian Krebs , November 4, 2008
Microsoft Security Report: A Mixed Bag, Brian Krebs , November 3, 2008
Java Update Promises to Remove Older Versions, Brian Krebs , October 27, 2008
Adobe Flash Patch Addresses 'ClickJacking' Flaw, Brian Krebs , October 20, 2008
Atrivo Shutdown Hastened Demise of Storm Worm, Brian Krebs , October 17, 2008
Apple, Opera Ship Security Updates, Brian Krebs , October 10, 2008
Spam Volumes Plummet After Atrivo Shutdown, Brian Krebs , October 9, 2008
Spear Phishing Scam Targets LinkedIn Users, Brian Krebs , October 8, 2008
Spammers Favor Obama Over McCain 7 to 1, Brian Krebs , October 7, 2008
House.gov Still Plagued by E-mail Deluge, Ju-Don Roberts , October 2, 2008
October is Cyber Security (Un)Awareness Month, Brian Krebs , October 2, 2008
Software Lets Users Manipulate Passport Data, Brian Krebs , September 30, 2008
Microsoft Patches Eight Security Holes, Brian Krebs , September 9, 2008
EstDomains: A Sordid History and a Storied CEO, Brian Krebs , September 8, 2008
A Superlative Scam and Spam Site Registrar, Brian Krebs , September 8, 2008
Scammer-Heavy U.S. ISP Grows More Isolated, Brian Krebs , September 5, 2008
Web Fraud 2.0: Thwarting Anti-Spam Defenses, Brian Krebs , August 25, 2008
Web Fraud 2.0: Distributing Your Malware, Brian Krebs , August 22, 2008
Web Fraud 2.0: Digital Forgeries, Brian Krebs , August 21, 2008
Web Fraud 2.0: Validating Your Stolen Goods, Brian Krebs , August 20, 2008
Web Fraud 2.0: Cloaking Connections, Brian Krebs , August 19, 2008
Microsoft to Open Kimono on Security Patches, Brian Krebs , August 5, 2008
Senate Approves Bill to Fight Cyber-Crime, Brian Krebs , July 31, 2008
Fun with Spam Subject Lines, Brian Krebs , July 31, 2008
Gmail Gains Two New Security Features, Brian Krebs , July 28, 2008
Before You Go on That Vacation...., Brian Krebs , July 24, 2008
Firefox 3 Follows IE7's Security Settings, Brian Krebs , July 21, 2008
Ghosts of Java Haunt Users, Brian Krebs , July 10, 2008
Patch (The Entire Internet) Tuesday, Brian Krebs , July 9, 2008
Apple Pushes Peck of Patches, Brian Krebs , July 1, 2008
Amazon: Hey Spammers, Get Off My Cloud!, Brian Krebs , July 1, 2008
Data Breach Reports Up 69 Percent in 2008, Brian Krebs , June 30, 2008
Taming Internet Explorer Browser Plug-Ins, Brian Krebs , June 27, 2008
Firefox 3 Released - Sort Of, Brian Krebs , June 17, 2008
Anonymous Domain Sales: A Spammer's Delight, Brian Krebs , June 17, 2008
Data Loss: The Ultimate Cluestick, Brian Krebs , June 13, 2008
Redefining Anti-Virus Software, Brian Krebs , June 10, 2008
Beware of Error Messages At Bank Sites, Brian Krebs , June 2, 2008
Symantec Pledges Less Bloat, More Speed, Brian Krebs , May 28, 2008
More Trouble With Ads on ISPs' Error Pages, Brian Krebs , April 30, 2008
A Case of Network Identity Theft?, Brian Krebs , April 28, 2008
Badware Threat Changes Apple's Tune on Safari, Brian Krebs , April 23, 2008
A Shifting Definition of 'Severity', Brian Krebs , April 22, 2008
Identity Theft Smash & Grab, CEO Style, Brian Krebs , April 15, 2008
Security Fix Pop Quiz, Spring 2008 Edition, Brian Krebs , April 14, 2008
Online Banking: Do You Know Your Rights?, Brian Krebs , April 10, 2008
Get Paid to Find 'Back Doors', Brian Krebs , April 9, 2008
Kraken Spawns a Clash of the Titans, Brian Krebs , April 8, 2008
Reach Out And Hack Someone, Brian Krebs , April 3, 2008
April Fool's Day Warning, And Some Fun, Brian Krebs , April 1, 2008
Cyber Attacks on the Campaign Trail, Brian Krebs , March 31, 2008
Happy 3rd Birthday To Security Fix, Brian Krebs , March 31, 2008
The Curious Case of Dmitry Golubov, Brian Krebs , March 28, 2008
Don't Depend on Anti-virus to Save You, Brian Krebs , March 25, 2008
Network Solutions Pre-Censors Anti-Islam Site, Brian Krebs , March 23, 2008
They Told You Not To Reply, Brian Krebs , March 21, 2008
Hannaford Breach May Presage '08 Trend, Brian Krebs , March 18, 2008
The Anatomy of a Vishing Scam, Brian Krebs , March 15, 2008
Six Degrees of E-Separation, Brian Krebs , March 12, 2008
Microsoft Patches 12 Office Security Holes, Brian Krebs , March 11, 2008
When Ads Go Bad, Brian Krebs , March 10, 2008
When Blocking Porn Isn't Enough, Brian Krebs , February 26, 2008
YouTube Censorship Sheds Light on Internet Trust, Brian Krebs , February 25, 2008
How Not To Write a 'Geek Wanted' Ad, Brian Krebs , February 22, 2008
Fake Prez. Campaign Video Spreads Malware, Brian Krebs , February 14, 2008
Beware Bogus E-Valentines, Brian Krebs , February 13, 2008
The Storm Worm's Family Tree, Brian Krebs , February 7, 2008
Untraceable or Uncatchable?, Brian Krebs , January 28, 2008
Just Say No To Work-At-Home Money Mule Scams, Brian Krebs , January 25, 2008
Drawing a (Scary) Face On Malicious Software, Brian Krebs , January 18, 2008
Wishing an (Un)Happy Birthday to the Storm Worm, Brian Krebs , January 17, 2008
Report: TSA Site Exposed Travelers To ID Theft, Brian Krebs , January 12, 2008
Microsoft Patches Three Windows Security Holes, Brian Krebs , January 9, 2008
New Nasty Hides From Windows, Anti-Virus Tools, Brian Krebs , January 8, 2008
Sears's Privacy Promises Broken?, Brian Krebs , January 3, 2008
The Mysterious Unsent 'Bounced' E-mail, Brian Krebs , January 2, 2008
Microsoft Plugs 11 Windows Security Holes, Brian Krebs , December 11, 2007
Top 10 Best & Worst Anti-Phishing Web Registrars, Brian Krebs , December 11, 2007
MPAA University 'Toolkit' Raises Privacy Concerns, Brian Krebs , November 23, 2007
Credit Card Thieves Flood Wikimedia With Pennies, Brian Krebs , November 20, 2007
Salesforce.com Acknowledges Data Loss, Brian Krebs , November 6, 2007
Deconstructing the Fake FTC E-mail Virus Attack, Brian Krebs , November 5, 2007
'Net Governance Body Punts On WHOIS Privacy, Brian Krebs , October 31, 2007
Hiding In Plain Sight, Brian Krebs , October 31, 2007
Spammers Tempt Surfers to Help Solve Captchas, Brian Krebs , October 30, 2007
Simplifying Long-Distance Tech Support, Brian Krebs , October 29, 2007
The Russian Business Network Responds, Brian Krebs , October 16, 2007
Schwarzenegger Vetoes Retail Data Security Bill, Brian Krebs , October 16, 2007
Mapping the Russian Business Network, Brian Krebs , October 13, 2007
Taking on the Russian Business Network, Brian Krebs , October 13, 2007
VOIP Mix-Up Exposes Customer Call Data, Brian Krebs , October 8, 2007
Second Credit Bureau Offers File Freeze, Brian Krebs , October 4, 2007
iPhone (in)Security, Brian Krebs , October 2, 2007
Just How Bad Is the Storm Worm?, Brian Krebs , October 1, 2007
Microsoft's Stealth Update Backfires for Some Users, Brian Krebs , September 28, 2007
Calculating the Costs of Cyber Crime, Brian Krebs , September 27, 2007
Is Cyber Crime Really the FBI's No. 3 Priority?, Brian Krebs , September 24, 2007
Your Money or Your E-mail, Brian Krebs , September 20, 2007
The Threat of Reputation-Based Attacks, Brian Krebs , September 18, 2007
Report: Four Percent of E-Crime From Fortune 100, Brian Krebs , September 17, 2007
AOL's Free Anti-Virus Switcheroo, Brian Krebs , September 12, 2007
Security Updates for Windows 2000, Instant Messager, Brian Krebs , September 11, 2007
E-Greeting Card Giant Unaffected By Storm Worm, Brian Krebs , September 6, 2007
A Time-to-Patch: Apple 2006, Brian Krebs , September 4, 2007
Storm Worm Dwarfs World's Top Supercomputers, Brian Krebs , August 31, 2007
Hacking Groceries: Internet Coupon Fraud, Brian Krebs , August 27, 2007
Pharmacy Spam Blogs At U.S. Nuclear Safety Lab, Brian Krebs , August 25, 2007
Yahoo! Messenger Network Overrun By Bots, Brian Krebs , August 24, 2007
Beware of Five-Star Vaporware, Brian Krebs , August 20, 2007
Security Fix Pop Quiz, Summer 2007 Edition, Brian Krebs , August 13, 2007
Watch Out for Fake Tax 'Rebate' Sites, Brian Krebs , August 8, 2007
Internet Explorer and Your Web Site's Privacy, Brian Krebs , August 7, 2007
Access Card Systems -- Trivially Vulnerable?, Brian Krebs , August 5, 2007
Report: E-Voting Systems Hackable, Brian Krebs , July 30, 2007
Cell Phone Spying Service Leaking Data?, Brian Krebs , July 9, 2007
A Word of Caution About Google Calendar, Brian Krebs , July 6, 2007
Spammers Duke It Out In Online Turf War, Brian Krebs , June 29, 2007
Web Worm Whacks MySpace Users, Brian Krebs , June 27, 2007
Glubble: The Web in a Kid-Friendly Bubble, Brian Krebs , June 19, 2007
Microsoft Plugs 15 Security Holes, Brian Krebs , June 12, 2007
Sun Issues Java Security Update, Brian Krebs , June 8, 2007
Tuning Up Uncle Sam's Cyber Crime Laws, Brian Krebs , May 15, 2007
The Politics of Identity Theft, Brian Krebs , May 9, 2007
Building A Web-Based Neighborhood Watch, Brian Krebs , April 30, 2007
Nation's Cyber Plan Outdated, Lawmakers Told, Brian Krebs , April 26, 2007
$10K Prize Nets Apple Vulnerability, Brian Krebs , April 21, 2007
The Easy Way to Unclutter a New PC, Brian Krebs , April 19, 2007
Data Breach Aided University Phishing Scam, Brian Krebs , April 16, 2007
Practicing Street Smarts at the ATM, Brian Krebs , April 16, 2007
Tax Time Means Fraud Time, Brian Krebs , April 13, 2007
¿Security Fix en Español?, Brian Krebs , April 9, 2007
Happy Birthday Security Fix, Brian Krebs , April 6, 2007
Microsoft Rushes Out a Security Update, Brian Krebs , April 2, 2007
Fortune 500s Unwittingly Become Spammers, Brian Krebs , March 29, 2007
Enabling the Spammers, Brian Krebs , March 27, 2007
They Say They Want a Revolution, Brian Krebs , March 26, 2007
A Fresh Look at Password Thieves, Brian Krebs , March 23, 2007
Online Trading Firms to Swap Fraud Tips, Brian Krebs , March 22, 2007
Hot Air Swirls Around ID Theft Measure, Brian Krebs , March 21, 2007
Task Force Shapes ID Theft Policy, Brian Krebs , March 15, 2007
Tracking the Password Thieves, Brian Krebs , March 14, 2007
RFID Flap Silences Security Researchers, Brian Krebs , February 27, 2007
They'll Always Have Paris, Brian Krebs , February 27, 2007
Fool Me Once, Shame On You But Fool Me Twice..., Brian Krebs , February 26, 2007
Congressman Wants Answers About TSA Site, Brian Krebs , February 24, 2007
Fraudsters Declare War on Anti-Scam Services, Brian Krebs , February 23, 2007
Data Breach Hits Close to Home, Brian Krebs , February 22, 2007
Microsoft to Tighten Anti-Piracy Noose in Vista, Brian Krebs , February 20, 2007
The Dangers of Default Passwords, Brian Krebs , February 15, 2007
Valentine Or Virus?, Brian Krebs , February 14, 2007
Wanted: Missing FBI Laptops, Brian Krebs , February 12, 2007
Perils in Parallels?, Brian Krebs , February 10, 2007
When Security Companies Fail, Brian Krebs , February 7, 2007
Retailers, Banks Trade Blame in Data Thefts, Brian Krebs , February 2, 2007
Birth of the Verbal Hack?, Brian Krebs , February 1, 2007
In Praise of Phish Fighters, Brian Krebs , January 31, 2007
Sony Settles FTC Suit Over Music CD Spyware, Brian Krebs , January 31, 2007
Web Advertisers Settle N.Y. Spyware Lawsuit, Brian Krebs , January 29, 2007
Time to Reboot the Internet Again, Brian Krebs , January 24, 2007
Broken Windows: Clean-up or Rebuild?, Brian Krebs , January 24, 2007
Critical Microsoft & Mozilla Patches for 2006, Brian Krebs , January 19, 2007
Do Away With HTML Based E-mail, Brian Krebs , January 17, 2007
Note to MySpace Users: Get Better Passwords, Brian Krebs , January 15, 2007
New E-Commerce Identity Tag Makes Online Debut, Brian Krebs , January 13, 2007
More Adobe Reader Vulnerabilities, Brian Krebs , January 11, 2007
Scary Blogspam Automation Tools, Brian Krebs , January 8, 2007
Microsoft's Achilles' Heel: Office, Brian Krebs , January 5, 2007
Internet Explorer Unsafe for 284 Days in 2006, Brian Krebs , January 4, 2007
Clipboard Data Theft Optional In IE 7, Brian Krebs , December 21, 2006
Coming in January: "Month of Apple Bugs", Brian Krebs , December 19, 2006
Phishing Scams Soared in October, Brian Krebs , December 12, 2006
TSA Now Investigating Boarding Pass Hacker, Brian Krebs , December 7, 2006
How Not to Distribute Security Patches, Brian Krebs , December 6, 2006
Boarding Pass Hacker Breaks Silence, Brian Krebs , November 28, 2006
ZoneAlarm's New Auto-Updater Prompts Confusion, Brian Krebs , October 25, 2006
Microsoft Delays Service Pack 3 Again, Brian Krebs , October 23, 2006
Attacks, Flaw Reports Mar IE 7 Release, Brian Krebs , October 20, 2006
SecureWorks Backs Out of Macbook Demo, Brian Krebs , September 29, 2006
Anti-Virus Testing and Consumer Reports, Brian Krebs , August 29, 2006
Paris Hilton Accused of Phone Phreakiness, Brian Krebs , August 25, 2006
When Online Crooks Advertise, Brian Krebs , August 16, 2006
Defcon 14 Wrapup, at Long Last, Brian Krebs , August 11, 2006
Follow-up to the Macbook Post, washingtonpost.com Editors , August 3, 2006
'Spamford' Spins Disks at Black Hat, Brian Krebs , August 2, 2006
Talking With the Dark Tangent, washingtonpost.com Editors , August 1, 2006
Bot-Slaying ISP Hall of Fame, Brian Krebs , July 28, 2006
Microsoft Stabs at Blogspam, Pokes Google, Brian Krebs , July 13, 2006
Now, It's the GAO's Turn for a Data Gaffe, Brian Krebs , June 28, 2006
Flaws in Financial Sites Aid Scammers, Brian Krebs , June 23, 2006
Lessons Learned from the 'Leaves' Worm?, Brian Krebs , June 22, 2006
ZoneAlarm Update Flaky for McAfee Users, Brian Krebs , June 19, 2006
Only EBay and Paypal Scams Allowed Here, Brian Krebs , June 9, 2006
P.O.'s P.D. Goes CSI on DVD, Brian Krebs , June 5, 2006
Spam Fighter Calls It Quits, Brian Krebs , May 17, 2006
Your Spycar Ran Over My Dogma, Brian Krebs , May 10, 2006
A Time to Patch III: Apple, Brian Krebs , May 1, 2006
Some Highlights from CanSecWest, Brian Krebs , April 10, 2006
When Macs Attack, Brian Krebs , March 24, 2006
Not-So-Supportive Tech Support, Brian Krebs , March 21, 2006
Turning Adware into Shameware, Brian Krebs , March 20, 2006
Shadowboxing With a Bot Herder, Brian Krebs , March 9, 2006
180Solutions Issues 'Mea Culpa', Brian Krebs , February 24, 2006
Microsoft Anti-Virus Pricing Ripples?, Brian Krebs , February 8, 2006
A Time to Patch II: Mozilla, Brian Krebs , February 7, 2006
Virus Naming Still a Mess, Brian Krebs , February 3, 2006
Conning the Con, Brian Krebs , January 13, 2006
Patch and P(r)ay?, Brian Krebs , January 5, 2006
Ranking Response Times for Anti-Virus Programs, Brian Krebs , December 21, 2005
Daily Data Breaches, Brian Krebs , December 20, 2005
Another Attorney General Targeting Sony BMG?, Brian Krebs , December 12, 2005
Document Security 101, Brian Krebs , December 5, 2005
The Truth About Anti-Virus Products, Brian Krebs , November 28, 2005
Symantec to Ditch Sygate Firewall, Brian Krebs , November 25, 2005
Incomplete Advice From Uncle Sam, Brian Krebs , November 22, 2005
Sony Suspends Use of Anti-Piracy Software, Brian Krebs , November 11, 2005
DHS Official Weighs In on Sony, Brian Krebs , November 11, 2005
Sony's Attitude Has a History, Brian Krebs , November 10, 2005
Sony's Attitude Has a History, Brian Krebs , November 10, 2005
Calif. Lawsuit Targets Sony, Brian Krebs , November 8, 2005
Hackers Raid Sony's Playbook, Brian Krebs , November 7, 2005
Sony Raids Hacker Playbook, Brian Krebs , November 1, 2005
Patch Checking for Popular Windows Apps, Brian Krebs , October 28, 2005
It Must Be Zombie Season, Brian Krebs , October 27, 2005
Help Me Test a Spyware Solution, Brian Krebs , October 20, 2005
Microsoft's Auto-Update Too Slow?, Brian Krebs , October 18, 2005
Starting From Patch Scratch, Brian Krebs , October 13, 2005
License to Hack, Brian Krebs , October 12, 2005
Positive News in the War on Spyware, Brian Krebs , October 11, 2005
Godzilla vs. Mothra?, Brian Krebs , October 10, 2005
Would a Virus By Any Other Name Smell So Foul?, Brian Krebs , October 5, 2005
Fun With Your Credit Report, Brian Krebs , October 3, 2005
Punishing Sloppy Security, Brian Krebs , September 29, 2005
A Parent's Role as Net Cop?, Brian Krebs , September 21, 2005
A Parent's Role as Net Cop?, Brian Krebs , September 21, 2005
Reader Comment Foils Red Cross Phishing Site, Brian Krebs , September 7, 2005
Google Patches?, Brian Krebs , August 24, 2005
Bank Sites Still Driven by Marketers, Brian Krebs , August 23, 2005
The Worm Business, Brian Krebs , August 22, 2005
SoBig.F's Second Anniversary, Brian Krebs , August 18, 2005
As the Worm Turns, Brian Krebs , August 17, 2005
A Billion-Dollar Boondoggle?, Brian Krebs , August 15, 2005
Spam, Spam, Hummers(?) and Spam, Brian Krebs , August 10, 2005
Pranks, Parties and Personalities, Brian Krebs , July 28, 2005
Paying a Bounty for Security Flaws, Brian Krebs , July 26, 2005
Scary Advice for the Vegas Trip, Brian Krebs , July 22, 2005
Phlagrant Marketing, Brian Krebs , July 18, 2005
Lyrical Lessons in Security, Brian Krebs , July 8, 2005
Windows 'Survival Time' on the Rise?, Brian Krebs , June 24, 2005
When Will Companies Learn?, Brian Krebs , June 21, 2005
When Will Companies Learn?, Brian Krebs , June 21, 2005
Instant Messaging Street Smarts, Brian Krebs , June 2, 2005
Radio Silence on Internet Attacks?, Brian Krebs , April 6, 2005
Welcome to Security Fix, Brian Krebs , March 30, 2005
 
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