Apple incompetence could save the world
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Three malwares could wipe out all things Apple

Apple's faith based security system could end up smashing every iPhone and IPad in the world and thus saving the world.

Sophos valued at a billion
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IPO good to go if there are not any bugs

Security Outfit Sophos has told the world it is worth a billion pounds as it head to what will be the largest flotations by a technology company in the UK.

Chrome starts saving batteries
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Saving the universe from Flash

Google's latest beta feature on Chrome has come up with a method of killing off battery draining flash heavy sites.

Imagination claims new approach to security
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Omnishield is not CPU centric

Imagination claims to have come up with a different sort of security system which it says is not CPU centric.

Ex-NSA bloke mocks Apple's security
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Jobs' Mob's security is easy like Sunday morning

A former US spook found himself at the centre of another religious war when he dared to say that Apple Mac security was trivial.

High amount of Android malware
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Symantec's Internet Security Threat Report released

Symantec's latest Internet Security Threat Report claims that 17 percent of all Android apps are malware.

Groupon refuses to pay out on virus bounty
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Bounty hunter a little miffed

Discount and deal site Groupon has a novel way of dealing with bounty hunters who point out security flaws in its systems. It lets them discover the flaws and refuses to pay up.

New security under Window 10's bonnet
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Device Guard looks interesting

Microsoft has been talking about a new security feature for Windows 10 called Device Guard.

Israeli security Checkpoint expands
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Another profit in the Promised Land

Network security provider Check Point Software has posted a better than expected first-quarter profit and plans a round of business expansion to celebrate.

D-Link says sorry for being rubbish
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Router Security is pants

D-Link has said sorry to its customers for an on-going security issue with many of its routers.