Topic: Security

Sony is Making a “Cyber-Thriller” Movie About the Target Security Breach
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Sony is Making a “Cyber-Thriller” Movie About the Target Security Breach

These days, Hollywood is constantly on the look out for the next hit movie, and Sony hopes they've got it. According to NBC News, Sony has purchased the rights to a New York Times article regarding how the Target … [Read more...]

Snowden Calls for More Encryption During SXSW Discussion
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Snowden Calls for More Encryption During SXSW Discussion

Today during an hour long discussion hosted by the ACLU and the Texas Tribune at SXSW, former NSA contractor Edward Snowden spoke via web broadcast about the need for better security to be implemented by the services … [Read more...]

Another iOS Security Flaw Discovered
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Another iOS Security Flaw Discovered

Hot on the heels of news regarding major security exploits found in Apple’s iOS and OSX operating systems, it seems that iPhone users are still vulnerable to attacks. Even though the aforementioned security hole was … [Read more...]

New iOS Flaw Means Your iPhone is Ridiculously Hackable Right Now
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New iOS Flaw Means Your iPhone is Ridiculously Hackable Right Now

Do you sometimes connect your iPhone to public Wi-Fi networks? If so, you might want to stop doing that. According to Reuters, a flaw in Apple's iOS operating system could allow hackers or spies to intercept your … [Read more...]

T-Mobile Notifying Customers of Security Breach
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T-Mobile Notifying Customers of Security Breach

I switched to T-Mobile on Friday, taking advantage of the deal unveiled by CEO John Legere at CES earlier this month. Today Earlier this month, news came out that T-Mobile has suffered a security breach, compromising … [Read more...]

Snowden Leaks: NSA Can Spy on Computers Not Connected to the Internet
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Snowden Leaks: NSA Can Spy on Computers Not Connected to the Internet

The deluge of details regarding the NSA’s surveillance tactics shows no sign of abating, as yet another document leaked by former contractor Edward Snowden has made its way into the pages of the New York Times. … [Read more...]

Snapchat Apologizes for Spammy Snaps
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Snapchat Apologizes for Spammy Snaps

Earlier this month, a Snapchat security breach allowed 4.6 usernames and phone numbers to go public, and the company's response -- an acknowledgement/non-apology -- was widely ridiculed by press. Now the company again … [Read more...]

Samsung Finally Counters Claims of Knox Security Flaws
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Samsung Finally Counters Claims of Knox Security Flaws

Tech giant Samsung has finally offered a full response to claims from about two and a half weeks ago that its Knox security software for its Android devices has a security flaw. In short, Samsung claims that the flaw … [Read more...]

Encrypted Debit Card PIN Info was Stolen in Recent Breach, Target Confirms
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Encrypted Debit Card PIN Info was Stolen in Recent Breach, Target Confirms

Target has publicly confirmed that the encrypted debit card PIN information of customers was, in fact, stolen during the company’s very public security breach this past month. The break-in previously was thought to be … [Read more...]