What can you learn about safety from political cyber hacking?

A former counterintelligence operative gives insight into how to keep yourself more secure.    Eric O’Neill says he knows a thing or two about catching spies. He worked as a “ghost”…

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Company behind controversial ‘listening’ app says it’s quitting the business

But use of the silent listening code has already spread beyond the company’s apps, according to the FTC. For some, it is a direct way to find exactly what you’re watching…

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Warning: stop turning phones into secret listening devices

App developers get a warning from the Federal Trade Commission over hidden app audio kits. You saw the app on Google Play. You downloaded it. But you never got any sort…

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In trouble for checking personal e-mail at work

New debate in Washington D.C. could change how people use work computers for their own e-mail and social media. There was a ban on using work computers for anything personal,…

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Targets & tactics—How Anonymous may try to wage its “war” on Trump

What are the strategies the anonymous hacktivists may use to try to engineer a Trump takedown? Countdown to April 1st. That’s the day a video claims Anonymous hackers will launch…

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‘We would never pay a ransom’ – Hospital escapes ransomware

How experts say this hospital shook off the chains of ransomware, but another hospital had to pay thousands. That sinking feeling—you clicked on a link or an attachment, and now your…

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