After 17 months and billions in campaign spending, it was up to the scores of American people who flooded churches, schools, homes and auditoriums to cast their ballots for the future of American leadership. But amidst the highs and lows of election night, there was an ongoing conversation on how our votes were being counted. ...
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Emma Watson has replaced Heidi Klum as McAfee's 2012 Most Dangerous Celebrity to search for online. For the sixth year in a row, McAfee researched popular culture’s most famous people to reveal the riskiest Hollywood actors, athletes, musicians, politicians, designers, and comedians on the Web.  The McAfee Most Dangerous CelebritiesTM study found that women are ...
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In light of the Yahoo Voices hack where 450,000 passwords have been compromised, it's time again to let the world know what they are doing wrong when it comes to passwords. CNET pointed out that: 2,295: The number of times a sequential list of numbers was used, with "123456" by far being the most popular password. ...
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This week, a new complex malware, known as Flame or Skywyper, was uncovered and has reportedly affected Iran’s energy sector. Currently, this form of cyber warfare appears to only target select businesses and governments. In the chance that cyber criminals change its focus, the McAfee Labs team is actively monitoring any threats to consumers. The ...
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Today, there are over 2.2 million ATMs worldwide, and by 2015 there will be around 3 million. ATM skimming accounts for as much as 30% of all data theft. That’s about $350,000 in fraud every day in the United States alone, or more than a billion dollars a year. The ATM Industry Association is now ...
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