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Security Experts Have Cloned All Seven TSA Master Keys

John Biggs, writing for TechCrunch:

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New attack bypasses HTTPS protection on Macs, Windows, and Linux

Dan Goodin writing for Ars Technica regarding a web browser proxy protocol issue that can expose full URLs of webpages you’re browsing, even over HTTPS:

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Keeping Up with Ever-changing Browser & Internet Security Standards

My advice on which browsers to run on which versions of iOS and OS X, from Small Dog Electronics’ Barkings! blog:

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Java Vulnerability on Mac OS X

My advice for preventing vulnerability to the latest proof-of-concept attack vector utilizing Java:

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Understanding the WPA Crack

[I]t’s a method of decrypting and arbitrarily and successfully re-encrypting and re-injecting short packets on networks that have devices using TKIP. That’s a very critical distinction; this is a serious attack, and the first real flaw in TKIP that’s been found and exploited. But it’s still a subset of a true key crack.

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Securing Mac OS X Leopard (10.5) White Paper [PDF]

[A]n updated version of the Securing Mac OS X Tiger (10.4) and includes the new security features offered by Mac OS X Leopard (10.5).

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