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Feb 10 - 2:22 am
Is your username in there?


Today I Am Releasing Ten Million Passwords
xato.net
Frequently I get requests from students and security researchers to get a copy of my password research data, so I built a data set of ten million usernames and passwords that I am releasing to the public domain. But is it legal for me to release this data?

Jan 22 - 2:25 am
How many friends do you know that probably have passwords like this?


Many Passwords Are So Bad They Don't Even Need to Be Hacked
recode.net
No, 123456 is not a good password. Nor is "password."

Jan 15 - 2:16 am
Its got more than just power...


This USB wall charger secretly logs keystrokes from Microsoft wireless keyboards nearby
venturebeat.com
Privacy and security researcher Samy Kamkar has released a keylogger for Microsoft wireless keyboards cleverly hidden in what appears to be a rather large, but functioning USB wall charger. Called ...

Dec 23, 2014 - 12:54 pm
Apple pushed out an auto-update for the latest OSX security fix. Do you prefer this, or would you rather approve all updates?



Dec 22, 2014 - 8:59 am
Have you noticed that NK's internet is down?


North Korea's Internet link is flaky today
www.northkoreatech.org
If you've been trying to connect to North Korean Internet sites in the last 24 hours, you might have been unsuccessful.

Dec 18, 2014 - 8:38 am
Physical access always yields problems. This is a problem magnifier. On steroids.


This Little USB Necklace Hacks Your Computer In No Time Flat
techcrunch.com
Quick! The bad guy/super villain has left the room! Plug in a mysterious device that'll hack up their computer while an on-screen progress bar ticks forward..

Dec 18, 2014 - 12:45 am
Not how you want to start your day.


ICANN Targeted in Spear Phishing Attack | Enhanced Security Measures Implemented - ICANN
www.icann.org
ICANN is investigating a recent intrusion into our systems. We believe a "spear phishing" attack was initiated in late November 2014. It involved email messages that were crafted to appear to come from our own domain being sent to members of our staff. The attack resulted in the compromise of the em...

Dec 3, 2014 - 2:45 am
MaxInt anyone? I suppose thats better than a divide by zero.


Gangnam Style Broke YouTube's View Counter
gizmodo.com
Gangnam Style fell out of the public eye a while ago (thank god) but people haven't stopped watching it. It's been seen so many times that it actually broke YouTube's view counter, in the nerdiest possible way by busting the code behind the scenes.

Nov 5, 2014 - 4:15 am
Coming soon - a firewall for your TV.


I'm terrified of my new TV: Why I'm scared to turn this thing on - and you'd be, too
www.salon.com
From facial recognition to personal data collection, this thing is downright scary -- and so are the implications

Nov 3, 2014 - 4:10 am
When people think of "deep nines" of security, this isn't what they had in mind.


Report: A Flaw In Visa's Contactless Card Lets Anyone Charge It $999,999
gizmodo.com
Contactless credit cards are a hit in the UK. But a British research team has revealed a serious security flaw that allows anyone to charge up to $999,999.99 in foreign currency to a nearby card, even while it's still in a wallet or purse.
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