SecurityFocus-Newso News: Change in Focus
o News: Twitter attacker had proper credentials
o News: PhotoDNA scans images for child abuse
o News: Conficker data highlights infected networks
o Brief: Google offers bounty on browser bugs
o Brief: Cyberattacks from U.S. "greatest concern"
o Brief: Microsoft patches as fraudsters target IE flaw
o Brief: Attack on IE 0-day refined by researchers
o News: Monster botnet held 800,000 people's details
o News: Google: 'no timetable' on China talks
o News: Latvian hacker tweets hard on banking whistle
o News: MS uses court order to take out Waledac botnet
o Infocus: Enterprise Intrusion Analysis, Part One
o Infocus: Responding to a Brute Force SSH Attack
o Infocus: Data Recovery on Linux and <i>ext3</i>
o Infocus: WiMax: Just Another Security Challenge?
o Gunter Ollmann: Time to Squish SQL Injection
o Mark Rasch: Lazy Workers May Be Deemed Hackers
o Adam O'Donnell: The Scale of Security
o Mark Rasch: Hacker-Tool Law Still Does Little
SlashDot-Newso 'Iranian YouTube' CEO Sentenced To 10 Years Over Video Uploaded By User
o Lee Kun-hee, Who Built Samsung Into a Global Giant, Dies At 78
o Chrome OS May Finally Be Getting a Dark Mode
o Pakistan's PM Asks Facebook To Ban Islamophobic Content
o CBP Refuses To Tell Congress How It's Tracking Americans Without a Warrant
o It's Time for the Movie Studios to Step In To Save the Movie Theaters
o NASA Confirms Water Molecules On Moon
o Surveillance Startup Used Own Cameras To Harass Coworkers
o Vaccine Hopes Rise as Oxford Jab Prompts Immune Response Among Old as Well as Young Adults
o Over 100 Irrigation Systems Left Exposed Online Without a Password
o Ransomware Hit a Georgia County. That Didn't Stop Its Ballot Counting.
o Facebook Steps Into Cloud Gaming -- and Another Feud With Apple
o Zoom Deleted Events Discussing Zoom 'Censorship'
o Schools Clamored for Seesaw's App. That Was Good News, and Bad News.
o Microsoft Will Forcibly Stop Loading Some URLs in Internet Explorer To Move Users To Edge