Attackers can hide in mini fridges & plasma balls

The bad guys can get into your computer through something that looks totally harmless. Watch here:     By now, you may know that USB drives can be dangerous. Attackers can and do…

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Why is your drinking water hackable?

As you take a sip of water from your glass or bottle, you may not be thinking about how it got there — and the chemicals that went into treating…

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How do you get Kaspersky — or any antivirus — off your computer?

You ask, we answer. This week is the deadline for U.S. government contractors to get Kaspersky software off their computers. Some people outside of government work are following suit and…

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Hacking a yacht is too easy

Yachts are floating targets for criminal hackers. In one of the most popular ports in Russia, a security researcher shows us how yachts are highly vulnerable to hacking and attacks. …

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Hacking a water plant with the ICS Village

For most of us, this may be as close as you get to “operating the power grid” — hitting your light switch on the wall at home. After all, you…

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“Can the electric grid be hacked?”

Your whole world depends on electricity. So, you may want to know — can the electric grid be hacked? This question came in during our live Ask Archer Facebook show…

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