Students turning to computer attacks to shut down finals 

Tech-savvy college students are pummeling their school systems to disrupt testing.   It’s a time of high stress.  Finals week, when you need to show everything you have — or have…

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Lax computer hygiene leads to cyber ‘germs’ in hospitals, experts say

Viruses, bugs and hackers can thrive in health care settings, according to cybersecurity experts who have analyzed hospital IT security. Doctors want to keep the operating room sterile to protect you from…

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Frustrated Android users hope Samsung lawsuit will bring change

A consumer protection group is suing Samsung, claiming the company has a bad update policy and is guilty of unfair trade practices. Listen in on Android user forums, and you…

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New email ‘attack’ in Ukraine: false flag or new predator?

The new wave of tainted e-mail messages to Ukraine power companies brings up new questions in the power hack investigation. If you work at a power company in Ukraine, you…

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Smart home glitch leaves people cold—and confused

This is a prime example of how things can and will go wrong with your smart home, experts say. On a frosty winter night, a chill fell over homes across America….

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Why cyber crooks often walk free

Finding the smoking gun in a cybercrime investigation is not an easy task, experts say, and sending the culprit to jail is a rarity. It sounds like a classic case…

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