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What? Stay away from my air conditioner!
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only took two years. way to go Trane.
 
Trane has patched a serious vulnerability in one of its smart thermostats nearly two years after learning of its existence #IoT
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President Obama Unveils $19 Billion Plan To Overhaul U.S. Cybersecurity

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Executive orders create a structure for protecting data as part of $19 billion budget proposal
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The Republicans can always say what's wrong with using old systems?  I mean they use a 2,000 year old belief system even now in the 21st century, right?  
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+Amazon.com one of these things is not like the others.
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I used to joke with a client about who puts out more emergency updates: Microsoft, Adobe, or Oracle. Chock one up for Oracle, but Adobe is still the leader by my count.
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Kaspersky Lab publishes report on the Java-based cross-platform backdoor known as JSocket, Adwind, AlienSpy and Frutas
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