What is the deal with keyloggers?

  You ask, we answer! Here’s a new question on security from our #AskArcher show. Audrey asks about keyloggers.  “Here’s my question: for keyloggers, can you get them on your…

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Anti-spambot fights spammers with spam

How to keep those spammers out of your inbox & get a good chuckle along the way.   You may like the idea of tricking a spammer, wasting their time with useless responses, like…

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From musician to hacker—and now a recruiter of cyber defenders

Giving your kids a chance to learn how to help protect their world at an event on October 1.   He was the long-haired kid with earrings. He played in…

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Surviving the record-breaking Yahoo breach

  My Yahoo account looks the same today as it did yesterday. But today it is broken, breached, vulnerable. A tiny notice tells me so as I sign in. Mine…

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New rules could keep your driverless car from crashing

The U.S. says it’s the first country to come up with “comprehensive guidance” on autonomous car technology.    You look at price and gas mileage when you buy a new car. Soon,…

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To people using smart city kiosks: “Be worried”

Security experts reveal hidden dangers in the devices that help run neo-modern cities.   You see a flash of orange out of the corner of your eye in downtown Portland,…

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