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Bad news for some Trump Hotel visitors...
Credit card hackers are said to have targeted a number of hotels, possibly as far back as February 2015.
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Could be that the security is all fine and solid and just money laundering :).
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"The new generation, which is into selfies ... I think they'll find it cool. They'll embrace it."
Stare at the phone and blink to prove you're alive, the company's security researchers decided. But didn't other researchers already foil that one...?
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The California incidents impacted customers in multiple cities at a time, but it's possible to knock out internet service to a much wider area with little more than a shovel.
Somebody is cutting underground fiber-optic cables in Northern California and the FBI wants to know why. Just how vulnerable is the internet to sabotage?
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Would you send money through Facebook?
Facebook has switched on person-to-person (P2P) payments for users in the US to instantly message money to friends.
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Absolutely not. I permanently deleted my fb account almost 2 years ago due to security and privacy issues with the site
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Congress could have issued an immediate injunction against the data collection, but it specifically chose to let it continue for 180 days, US Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) Judge Michael W. Mosman wrote.
Let the NSA's bulk metadata collection continue for six more months, the court rules, until the phone companies get control over the records. Plus ça change...!
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What? How? And (in case you tend to put these things off) why?
Apple just opened the stopcocks and released a Hoover Dam's worth of security-related updates. Yes, there are numerous new features and products in there too, but it's the security fixes that ma...
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Something for the weekend?
In the past month, we've published a number of videos and pictures that just happen to show people wearing some very cool T-shirts. We keep getting asked, "Where do I get one?" Here's how!
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Take that, phone thieves! 
It requires all mobile phones sold in the state to be enabled with the anti-theft technology by default.
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Lots of updates! (And a bust.)
Join Sophos experts John Shier and Paul Ducklin for the latest episode of our weekly security podcast, the Chet Chat. News you can use...enjoy!
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You're in by default, but you can _optout if you want...
Wi-Fi Sense, which is enabled by default, would like to share your Wi-Fi network with your Outlook.com, Skype and Facebook contacts.
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We watched the latest hacker drama to hit US screens. Here's what we thought of it...
"Mr. Robot," USA Network's new hacker drama series, is good entertainment. But is it also a good depiction of hackers, hacking and infosec?
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The founder of one of the Dark Web's fledgling search engines is warning Tor users about the presence of hundreds of fake and possibly booby trapped .onion websites.
Juha Nurmi, founder of the Ahmia search project, first noticed a fake version of his own site before discovering that there are multiple clones of hundreds of other Dark Web sites. The sites could ...
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