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Hong Kong Protesters' Phones Targeted by Malware
As if tear gas and the "Great Firewall of China" weren't enough to deal with, Hong Kong protestors' phones are now being targeted by Chinese malware.
Secret Service Chief Grilled Over White House Security Breach
Secret Service Director Julia Pierson appeared before a Congressional Committee on Tuesday to answer questions about recent security failures.
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Hackers Charged With Stealing Xbox, Army Technology
Four alleged members of an international hacking ring have been charged with a variety of cybercrimes by the Department of Justice.
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'Shellshock' No More: Apple Rolls Out Fix for 'Bash' Bug
Apple rolled out software on Monday to fix the newly discovered "Shellshock" or "Bash" bug that could leave Macs open to dangerous cyberattacks.
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Another Card System Hack at Supervalu, Albertsons
Card data of Supervalu and Albertsons shoppers may be at risk in another hack, the two supermarket companies said Monday.
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Fence-Jumper Got Deeper Into White House Than First Reported
A man who jumped the White House fence earlier this month made it deeper into the president's home than previously thought.
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Maker of StealthGenie Cellphone Spyware App Indicted
Federal prosecutors have charged a man who sold a cellphone app that surreptitiously recorded phone calls and intercepted texts and emails.
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Fraud Rising, Costing Stores (And Consumers) More
The nation’s retailers are seeing fraud take a significantly bigger bite out of their profits.
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Companies Rush to Secure Products Against 'Bash Bug'
Tech companies are scrambling to issue updates for products affected by the so-called "Shellshock" bug, which affects untold numbers of machines.
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FBI Warns of Possible Cyberattacks for ISIS Strikes
In bulletin to law enforcement and businesses, agency cites recent social media threats and urges recipients to take precautions.
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Many Brits Support Joining ISIS Airstrikes
Ahead of a vote by Parliament to determine if British forces will join the US-led coalition in airstrikes against ISIS, many Britons expressed support for military action.
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FBI Chief Scolds Apple, Google Over Phone Encryption
James Comey says privacy innovations on smartphones could put lives at risk if investigators can't get quick access to data.
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Buggin' Out: Apple at Risk of Infection From 'Bash' Bug
A security flaw that could affect Apple's Mac operating system has been discovered, with experts claiming it could be worse than the Heartbleed bug.
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'Bash' Software Bug Could Be Worse Than 'Heartbleed'
Bash is the software used to control the command prompt on many Linux computers.
Israeli Spies to Would-Be Informants: Contact Us Online
Israel's Mossad intelligence agency has gone online to recruit for local agents and informants.
iOS 8 Lets You Buy Things With a Fingerprint
Apple's Touch ID used to be just for unlocking your phone, but apps like Amazon can now use it to let you log in securely and make purchases.
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56 Million Cards at Risk, Home Depot Says After Breach
Payment information for 56 million cards may have been put at risk in a Home Depot security breach.
With iOS 8, Even Apple Can't Give Data to the NSA
Apple announces that it can't snoop on your phone without your passcode.
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GAO Report: HealthCare.gov Still Has Security Flaws
A new report from the General Accounting Office (GAO) claims that HealthCare.gov has security flaws that put personal information at risk.
The FBI Just Completed Its Facial Recognition Technology
At a price tag of $1 billion dolars the FBI's facial recognition database is now operational.
After Celeb Photos Leak, Apple Boosts iCloud Security
In the wake of an extremely high-profile leak of celebrity selfies from compromised iCloud accounts, Apple has added two-factor authentication.
Missing Nigeria Schoolgirls
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African Terror: Boko Haram Declares Its Own Caliphate
Terror group's leader Abubakr Shekau extends his bloody reign of terror over bigger swathe of country as government forces flee.
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What's the Battle Plan? U.S. Strikes Will Target ISIS Leaders
Officials in Washington say the intensified attacks will add to problems Sunni extremist group faces as it tries to solidify control of its "caliphate."
U.S. Threatened Yahoo With $250,000 Fines Over Data
Yahoo says the U.S. government threatened fines of up to $250,000 a day if the company didn't comply with a request to turn over user data in 2008.
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