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Russian Intelligence Agency Can Tap Skype Users Without Court Order - Even since Microsoft acquired Skype, a number of issues have cropped up regarding the privacy and security of the tool. Some claim that Microsoft has created backdoors in Skype to allow legitimate wiretapping. It has now been found out that Russian Federal Security Service can tap into users\ Skype without a court order. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Skype Denies Charges Of Police Surveillance Policy - Skype, the popular online tool to make audio/video calls over internet has recently been criticized from multiple quarters. The service had been lambasted for allegedly colluding with Microsoft in wiretapping user's data. The exact charge was that Skype was collaborating with law enforcement agencies and would be tapping user data to hand it over to police when required. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Judge Refuses Feds Access To User Data From Google, Yahoo, Skype - [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

New Skype Trojan Infects Systems To Mine Bitcoins - A new Skype Trojan circulating around the web is using infected machines to mine Bitcoins. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Sites Can Use Chrome Exploit To Listen To Users Without Permission - [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Details Of 54 Million Turkish Citizens Stolen By Russian Hackers - [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Big Security Bug Found In Apple ID Password Reset Process Apple Already Fixed It - Just a day after Apple released “Two Step Verification” for it’s iCloud and Apple ID, a huge security bug has been discovered in Apple ID password reset process. And good news is Apple already fixed it. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

Stuxnet Also Infected A Russian Nuclear Plant’s Internal Network - Stuxnet is a rather well-known malware that has been used for advanced cyber espionage by certain governments. In the past, it was found out that Iran was targeted using the malware. Now, security giant Kaspersky giant has revealed that a Russian nuclear plant's internal network was also infected by Stuxnet. [Click on Image Or Source on Top to See Full News]

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