Favorite security stories of the week

Here are links to some of the more interesting security stories that I found around the Web. check out my Dice Security Talent Community for other links to important security resources.

1: Are Businesses Knowingly Infecting Their Web Visitors? (Dark Reading)

2: NetTraveler Cyber-Spying Campaign Swiped Data for Years(eWeek)

3:Botnets now routinely using P2P to evade detection, says Damballla (Techworld)

4: Maine may be first state to require a warrant for cellphone tracking (Network World)

5: Google’s certificate announcement contains a hidden surprise for Windows XP users (Sophs Naked Security)

6: How to secure your Facebook profile (Trend Micro Blog)

7: LinkedIn, Evernote Add Two-Factor Authentication (Information Week)

8: The secret to online safety: Lies, random characters, and a password manager (Ars Technica)

9: Google and the Zero-Day Conundrum (Fortinet Blog)

10: Get Set Null Java Security (FireEye Blog)


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