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Congress Demanded NSA Spying Reform. Instead, They Let You Down

Congress Demanded NSA Spying Reform. Instead, They Let You Down

House majority leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy (left), and Rep. Fred Upton (right), both of whom voted to pass the FISA reauthorization bill. (Image: file ...
Opponents Vow to Continue the Fight after Trump Reauthorizes Domestic Spying Law

Opponents Vow to Continue the Fight after Trump Reauthorizes Domestic Spying Law

A controversial U.S. legal framework concerning domestic surveillance is poised to live on for another six years, but opponents say they plan to conti ...
Okiru malware puts billions of connected devices at risk

Okiru malware puts billions of connected devices at risk

A new variant of the Mirai malware puts ARC processors at risk of being exploited.The Mirai variant, known as Okiru, is the first malware that is able ...
Trisis ICS malware was publicly available after attack

Trisis ICS malware was publicly available after attack

The malware used in an industrial control system attack in December has been found circulating publicly on the internet after being copied from an onl ...
OnePlus Confirms Credit Card Breach Impacted Up to 40,000 Customers

OnePlus Confirms Credit Card Breach Impacted Up to 40,000 Customers

OnePlus has confirmed that up to 40,000 customers have been affected by a credit card breach, in the latest embarrassing misstep for the Chinese hands ...
New Dridex Variant Emerges With An FTP Twist

New Dridex Variant Emerges With An FTP Twist

A variant of the Dridex banking trojan recently popped up in an email campaign, with an unusual twist: The attackers used compromised FTP sites for ho ...
Patching meltdown: Windows fixes, sloppy .NET, warnings about Word and Outlook

Patching meltdown: Windows fixes, sloppy .NET, warnings about Word and Outlook

On the heels of the Jan. 17 release of 14 Windows and .NET patches, we now have a huge crop of new patches, revised older patches, warnings about bugs ...
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