How secure are security questions?

You ask, we answer. Here are your questions on security from our Ask Archer show.  The first one involves the questions sites ask you to verify it’s actually you. “How…

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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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The hole in your phone is getting bigger

New report shows that app developers are lagging far behind in keep your apps safe. You can get an app that translates what you say into meows for your cat…

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New IRS tax hack rips off people who were already ripped off

The IRS shuts down part of its website to try to stop tax refund thieves from taking even more money. Joe received a big check in the mail a while…

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“Blood in the water” – Why there may be more ransomware attacks on Macs

A first-of-its kind Mac hack leaves some users nervous. Word of a new online attack spread quickly to people using Apple computers. Malicious hackers found a way to get ransomware…

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Cyber attackers gunning for Japanese targets could turn sights to U.S.

Why security experts are taking note of string of cyber attacks on Japanese oil, gas and electric companies. Maybe you clicked on a tainted e-mail back in 2011, a “video link” sent…

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