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Teen pleads guilty to 23 charges of swatting, harassing online game rivals

Biometrics are starting to replace or supplement existing password systems to make us more secure.

Augmenting Your Password-Protected World

Lethal Cyber-Warfare: Pentagon Secretly Develops Cyber Weapons Able to Kill

Our cars, fridges and even bank safes are connected to the Internet. It’s making us vulnerable in new and alarming ways.

Why ‘Smart’ Objects May Be a Dumb Idea

Excellent summary: Why ‘Smart’ Objects May Be a Dumb Idea - The New York Times

The number of people using woefully crackable passwords has decreased dramatically.

Yes, 123456 is the most common password, but here’s why that’s misleading

The number of people using woefully crackable passwords has decreased dramatically.

Tick, tock: Jigsaw ransomware deletes your files as you wait | ZDNet

This video shows the message displayed to an end-user should they be infected with the Jigsaw ransomware. Forcepoint Security Labs were able to retrieve the .

T-Mobile is writing the manual on how to fuck up the internet

T-Mobile is writing the manual on how to fuck up the internet

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Less than two weeks after Microsoft introduced its hands-free AI helper, Cortana, to Android mobile devices, the company has yanked the feature from the US ...

Microsoft's AI no longer listens to 'Hey Cortana' on Android

Less than two weeks after Microsoft introduced its hands-free AI helper, Cortana, to Android mobile devices, the company has yanked the feature from the US ...

Highly sophisticated malware isn't limited to relatively high-profile sabotage code like Stuxnet -- sometimes, it's designed to fly well under the radar.

Sophisticated malware has been spying on computers since 2008 (updated)

For those that use Cloud whether you are European or not (just about all of us) -may want to be aware of this U. spy law authorizes "mass surveillance" of European citizens' cloud data

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