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Serious Flaw Discovered in the OS used by Over a Billion Devices

There’s a simple vulnerability inside an extensively used operating system, although not one that most would be aware of, known as VxWorks. It happens to be the same software program used to control components...
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Russian Spy Team Accused of Hacking Satellite Data

In case you’re a state-sponsored hacker siphoning data from selected computer systems, the very last thing you need is for somebody to find your command-and-control server and shut it down, finishing...
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Flash ads will stop working in Chrome from Sept 1st, 2015

In case your advertisements are not on the search giant's network (Adsense), they better be in HTML5 – or they're lifeless to Chrome. If they are already on the Adsense, then...
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Users of Yahoo hacked because of Flash

Researchers at Malwarebytes, an anti-malware vendor, uncovered a large scale attack targeting Yahoo customers via Yahoo’s advertising network. Malwarebytes notified Yahoo about it and the “malvertising” marketing campaign is now no...

Major Flaw In Android Can Let Hackers In With Just An MMS

Android is the most popular mobile operating system in the Universe: More than 80 percent of smartphones run on it. According to mobile security experts at Zimperium, there's a gaping hole...

United Nation says encryption & anonymity vital to free speech

Data encryption is crucial to free speech, because it gives the privacy and safety essential in at this time's digital age, a brand new United Nations report states. It calls on...
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Massive Hack Hits US Government!

Hackers have personnel data on every federal employee WASHINGTON (AP) — Hackers stole personnel data and Social Security numbers for each and every federal employee, a government worker union stated Thursday, saying...