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A weed dealer's $59M lesson: Don't hide Bitcoin keys with a fishing rod

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Former congressman confirms he offered to broker pardon for Assange

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Hackers exploit critical vulnerability found in ~100,000 WordPress sites

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Signal is finally bringing its secure messaging to the masses

8 days ago

US government goes all in to expose new malware used by North Korean hackers

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500 Chrome extensions secretly uploaded private data from millions of users

11 days ago

Pwns for sale: Scythe prepares a marketplace for sharing simulated hacks

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Amazon wins court injunction on controversial JEDI contract

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Nasty Android malware reinfects its targets, and no one knows how

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Ars Technicast special edition, part 1: Machine learning assimilates athletics

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Rental cars can be remotely started, tracked, and more after customers return them

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One of the most destructive botnets can now spread to nearby Wi-Fi networks

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Office365 Pro Plus won't hijack your search engine after all

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For decades, US and Germany owned Swiss crypto company used by 120 countries

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New "red team as a service" platform aims to automate hacking tests for company networks

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The Iowa caucuses were a comedy of tech errors and poor planning

14 days ago

Why is the healthcare industry still so bad at cybersecurity?

15 days ago

Windows trust in abandoned code lets ransomware burrow deep into targeted machines

17 days ago

Comcast "not welcome" here: Customers protest sale of tiny cable company

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Why you can't bank on backups to fight ransomware anymore

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