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And the Secret to a Strong Password Is...
A strong password can take many shapes and sizes, but one of the best way to thwart a hacker is to make your password long. Illustrated by Rob Donnelly.
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Obama Criticizes China's Plans for New Tech Rules
Obama is urging Beijing to change the policy if it wants to do business with the United States.
10 Simple Tips to Avoid Getting Scammed in 2015
We are all targets and we are all vulnerable.
These Internet-Connected Dolls Can Record Your Kids
New interactive toys interact with kids by recording and storing conversations. NBC's Mark Barger and NBC News senior tech writer Julianne Pepitone report.
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Uber Data Breach Leaked Info on 50,000 Drivers
Uber suffered a breach to an internal database in 2014 that exposed data on about 50,000 drivers, the car service company announced.
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Cyber Threats Expanding, Says New Intel Assessment
Saboteurs, spies and thieves are expanding their computer attacks against a vulnerable American Internet infrastructure, chipping away at U.S. wealth.
Europol Disrupts Ring That Infected 3 Million PCs
A cybercrime operation that stole banking information by hacking more than 3 million computers has been disrupted by European police.
Jeh Johnson: Debate Over Funding Homeland Security is Absurd
Secretary Jeh Johnson says Americans should be concerned that the Homeland Security Department could be shut down Friday.
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NSA Probably Hacked Us, SIM-Card Maker Says
Digital security company Gemalto said that an investigation showed that an alleged hack by British and American spies "probably happened."
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Anthem Hack: Millions of Non-Customers Could Be Victims
The recent major cyberattack on Anthem's systems may have affected 8.8 million to 18.8 million non-Anthem customers
FBI Puts $3 Million Bounty on Reputed Russian Hacker
It's the highest bounty U.S. authorities have ever offered in a cyber case.
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NSA Chief Declines Comment on Spyware Reports
The head of the National Security Agency refused to comment on Monday on reports that the U.S. government implants spyware on computer hard drives.
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Will Al Shabab Mall Threat Deter Shoppers?
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Maybe snow and sleet would keep Americans from heading to malls, but al Shabab? Not so much.
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Medical Identity Theft Soared 22 Percent in 2014
Medical identity theft soared 22 percent in 2014, according to the annual survey conducted by Ponemon Institute.
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Gemalto Sees No Significant Impact from Hacking Issue
Gemalto said on Monday its initial investigations into a report that U.S. and British spies had hacked it systems showed its products were secure.
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Government to Lenovo Computer Users: Remove Superfish
Homeland Security says in an advisory that the software makes users vulnerable to a type of cyberattack known as SSL spoofing.
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SIM-Card Maker Probing NSA, British Spy Hacking Report
Digital-security company Gemalto is looking into a report that British and American intelligence agencies hacked its systems and took encryption keys.
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Lenovo Made Laptops Vulnerable to Hacking: Experts
Lenovo, the world's largest PC maker, pre-installed a virus-like software on laptops that makes the devices more vulnerable to hacking, experts said.
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'Blackshades' Computer Hacking Probe Nets Guilty Plea
Authorities say the defendant distributed malware that was used to hack into half a million computers worldwide.
UMass Bans Iranians From Science Classes, Stirs Backlash
The University of Massachusetts at Amherst has stopped admitting Iranian nationals to certain engineering and sciences programs.
Millions of Kids Exposed to ID Theft in Anthem Breach
"This is a watershed event," said one security expert, predicting thieves will use the stolen information in waves of crimes for years to come.
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Looking for Love Online? How to Avoid the Scammers
One in five Americans ages 25 to 34 have turned to online dating, according to the Pew Research Center.
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Obama Acknowledges Strained Ties With Silicon Valley
Obama says the leaks by Edward Snowden "were really harmful in terms of the trust between government and many of these companies."
Obama: Snowden Leaks Hurt Trust With Silicon Valley
In an interview with Re/code's Kara Swisher, the president says the leaks have damaged the trust between tech firms and the government.
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