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Wait, What? Nvidia/ARM Sale on Hold—for Security Reasons

Wait, What? Nvidia/ARM Sale on Hold—for Security Reasons

The government of the United Kingdom is investigating the proposed “merger” of ARM and Nvidia, on national security grounds ...
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U.S. Fingers Putin’s Cozy Bear for SolarWinds Attacks

U.S. Fingers Putin’s Cozy Bear for SolarWinds Attacks

To the surprise of precisely nobody, the NSA, FBI and CISA agreed that last year’s SolarWinds supply-chain attack was orchestrated by the Russian state ...
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YT$AW: FBI Cleans Up Exchange Servers, NSA Tips Microsoft 4 More Bugs

YT$AW: FBI Cleans Up Exchange Servers, NSA Tips Microsoft 4 More Bugs

Your tax dollars at work: The FBI and NSA have been helping fix the mess caused by Microsoft Exchange hacking ...
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Son of Stuxnet? Iran Nuke Site Hacked ‘by Israel’ (Again)

Son of Stuxnet? Iran Nuke Site Hacked ‘by Israel’ (Again)

Iran’s Nantaz nuclear centrifuge facility went dark yesterday. Sources say it was an Israeli cyberattack—another one. But something doesn’t add up ...
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Facebook Sucks: Huge 500M-User Breach ‘Is Your Fault’

Facebook Sucks: Huge 500M-User Breach ‘Is Your Fault’

Last week’s revelation of a half-billion-user leak is still reverberating around the news cycle. It’s like car-crash TV ...
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Bitcoin

Apple Fiddles While App Store Burns: $1M Bitcoin Scam FAIL

Phillipe Christodoulou got ripped off to the tune of over a million dollars: An iPhone app stole 17.1 bitcoins ...
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Ubiquiti Accused of Lying to Help Stock Price

Ubiquiti Accused of Lying to Help Stock Price

Ubiquiti said its January breach was the fault of a “third party.” But this week, an insider says Ubiquiti lied: “It was catastrophically worse.” ...
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SolarWinds Hack: U.S. Govt Failure is Deeply Worrying

SolarWinds Hack: U.S. Govt Failure is Deeply Worrying

The U.S. government is doing a piss-poor job of protecting Americans from foreign hackers ...
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Alan Turing, WWII Cryptanalyst and Computer Pioneer, on New £50 Note

Alan Turing, WWII Cryptanalyst and Computer Pioneer, on New £50 Note

The new 50 Pound note honors Alan Turing. Breaker of Nazi encryption and father of computing ...
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Chrome to Enforce HTTPS Web Protocol (Like It or Not)

Chrome to Enforce HTTPS Web Protocol (Like It or Not)

What a difference an ‘s’ makes. This seemingly unimportant change could have a big—if unseen—impact ...
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