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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Why can’t someone stop poisoned ads from showing up on my computer?

Big malvertising campaigns are hitting popular websites in waves. Why can’t this attack ad tsunami be stopped? Maybe you just blinked—total time: less than half a second.  Some things move…

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New Trump hotel attack shows giant security gap in how you pay with plastic

Malicious hackers may have hit Trump’s credit card payment system a second time, and in the same way. It used to be that you worried a thief could steal your credit…

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Digital ‘stay off my lawn’ could be putting you at risk, experts say

How criminals—or even people just looking for some illegal peace and quiet—could use jammers to bring down parts of America’s infrastructure. It was a quiet day in church. Except for…

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Tales from the inside: how employees got busted trying to take the goods

Is your co-worker pulling off cyber info heists at the desk right next you?  She was a technical writer for a company, and put in long hours. The problem is,…

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How random are ‘random’ lottery numbers?

Tech experts explain how someone can rig the system for big payouts. It was supposed to be a random draw. But back in 1980, someone injected latex paint into some of…

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