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More Airport Security Badges Missing as Pols Demand Answers
Some of the badges were not reporting lost or stolen for weeks, meaning they were not quickly deactivated.
Adult FriendFinder Hack Potentially Exposes Millions
Adult FriendFinder is looking into a security breach after reports that more than 3.5 million users had their information stolen.
Jonathan Ernst / Reuters
CareFirst Hack Exposed Data on 1.1 Million Customers
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield sells health insurance in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Connie Zhou / Google via AP file
Americans Want Their Data Safe, Don't Trust the Watchers
The vast majority of Americans say having control over their personal data is important to them -- but few have confidence in the record keepers.
KACPER PEMPEL / Reuters file
Lonely Hearts Conned Out of $800 Million: FBI
M. Alex Johnson
Social media scams and cruel cons that target lonely hearts to rob them blind were the leading drivers of Internet fraud in 2014, the FBI said Tuesday
Paul White / AP, file
Facebook, Google Urge Obama to Reject 'Back Doors'
In an open letter sent to President Barack Obama on Tuesday, leading tech firms urged against encryption 'back doors.'
John Gress / Reuters
Security Expert Says He Took Control of Airplane From Seat
William J. Gorta
A computer security expert told the FBI he hacked into a plane's computer system and briefly took over the controls, causing it to pitch sideways.
KAREN BLEIER / AFP - Getty Images
'Phantom Menace' Hack Strikes Oil Industry Computers
What looked to be an ordinary malware attack on a computer at an oil-trading firm turns out to have been part of a targeted attack on the industry.
MORRIS MAC MATZEN / Reuters
Venom: Is New Computer Bug as Scary as It Sounds?
Heartbleed. Shellshock. And now Venom. The names for cyber vulnerabilities keep getting scarier.
Matt Rourke / AP File
Penn State Hit by China-Based Hacker, University Says
The engineering school at Penn State was the target of two sophisticated hacking attacks, one of which cybersecurity experts say originated in China.
Julio Cortez / AP
Want a Million Air Miles? Try to Hack United Airlines
United Airlines is offering up to a million air miles to hackers who can find security bugs in its network.
LUCY NICHOLSON / Reuters
Hackers' New Target? Starbucks Gift Card Holders
Hackers looking for new ways to drain money from consumers' bank accounts and evade increased bank security measures have found a clever side door.
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Why China's Army Has Banned Smartwatches
The Apple Watch may be a popular gadget in China but leaders in the People's Liberation Army believe smartwatches pose a serious cybersecurity threat.
Alexander Koerner / Getty Images
U.S. to China: Probe Cyberattacks on Our Sites
The United States has asked Beijing to probe reports that China interfered with Internet content hosted outside the country, including U.S. sites.
Pat Greenhouse / Boston Globe via Getty Images file
Health Industry Not Prepared for Hacking Threat: Report
Your medical records are a prime target for hackers, but the healthcare industry is not prepared to deal with a surge in data breaches, a report says.
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NSA Phone Records Program Illegal: Federal Appeals Court
A Federal appeals court has ruled the National Security Agency program which collects information on billions of telephone calls made or received is illegal, reports CNBC's Eamon Javers.
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China Says Worried by New U.S. Cyber Strategy
China's Defense Ministry expressed concern at the Pentagon's updated cyber strategy that stresses the U.S.'s ability to retaliate with cyber weapons.
Jeffrey Phelps / ASSOCIATED PRESS file
Hacker: I Can Crack Master Locks in Two Minutes
A hacker said he has devised a technique to crack under two minutes any combination by Master Lock, a padlock company.
Lt. Col.. Leslie Pratt / US Air Force via AP, file
Hostage Deaths Put U.S. Drone Policy Back in Hot Seat
Wajahat S. Khan
After two hostages were accidentally killed by U.S. airstrikes targeting al Qaeda, the White House has launched an investigation of its use of drones in Pakistan. NBC national correspondent Peter Alexander reports.
Evan Vucci / AP file
Department of Defense Releases New Cyber Strategy
The Department of Defense unveiled its first new cyber strategy since 2011 on Thursday.
Kacper Pempel / REUTERS
These Cybercrooks Are Available for Hire By the Hour
You can now anonymously hire a cybercriminal online for as little as $6 to $10 per hour, says Rodney Joffe, senior vice president at Neustar.
No iPhone Zone: Bug Crashes Apple Devices
A flaw in the way iOS apps handle secure connections could let hackers crash any affected app at will via an infected Wi-Fi network.
Mal Langsdon / Reuters
White House Seeks Silicon Valley Help on Encryption
The Obama administration wants a system with strong encryption that could be pierced legally by one party without opening the door to others.
Jonathan Ernst / Reuters
DHS to Open Satellite Cyber Office in Silicon Valley
DHS plans to open a satellite office in Silicon Valley to better collaborate with tech companies in the fight against cyberattacks.
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