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In response to the news that hackers claiming to be from the "Lizard Squad" have launched a cyber attack against the Malaysia Airlines website, I have the following comments from security experts at Tripwire and Proofpoint:

Following the news that Google refuses to patch the Jelly Bean WebView vulnerability Mark Kraynak, CPO at Imperva and Rob Miller, senior security consultant for MWR InfoSecurity explain why this means that huge workload has been shifted from Google to the device manufacturers:

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Following the news that Minecraft has been hacked http://www.theguardian.com/technology/2015/jan/20/minecraft-players-email-passwords-leak-online , Jonathan French, security analyst, AppRiver explains the impact of this on customers:

It has been reported that the Angler Exploit Kit has started targeting a new vulnerability in Adobe's Flash Player and Richard Cassidy, technical director EMEA at Alert Logic writes:

In response to the news that hackers claiming to be from the "Lizard Squad have launched a cyber attack against the Malaysia Airlines website, Mark James, security specialist at ESET says:

Recently, a security researcher, Kafeine, spotted an instance of the Angler Exploit Kit which is exploiting an unpatched vulnerability affecting Adobe Flash. It appears that any version of Internet Explorer or Firefox with any version of Windows can be owned if the latest version (16.0.0.287) of Adobe Flash is installed and enabled.