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AT&T helps NSA spy on Americans

Surveillance cameras seem to be popping up everywhere these days. People use them to protect their homes. Police departments across the U.S. use them...
Happening Now June 27, 2018

U.S. intelligence agencies warn against using this Chinese smartphone

When it comes to the world of smartphones, your first decision might be the toughest. That is whether you want to be an Apple...
Happening Now February 14, 2018

Drones hacked? New target for scary viruses

I don't trust the Internet of Things. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for new technology, but I've also been covering the gaping security flaws...
Happening Now February 6, 2015

iPhone attack! Apple virus spreads

An all-new phishing attack is targeting all Apple gadgets running the iOS 7 or 8 operating systems. The attacks attempt to trick victims into downloading malware...
Happening Now February 6, 2015

Russian spies tried to crash the stock market

Russian spies tried to crash the stock market.
Happening Now January 29, 2015

Inception: one of the most complex cyberattacks in history

Update to this story on the third page As espionage has moved closer toward the digital world, we've been seeing more heavily backed hacker teams...
Happening Now January 23, 2015

New tech lets hackers into unconnected computers

After multiple breaches into the U.S.'s energy grid and the compromising of government agencies, there was still one security protocol that felt secure: Getting...
Happening Now November 20, 2014

Chinese hackers invade the U.S. weather service

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that it was performing "unscheduled maintenance" on its servers on October 20th. According to the Washington Post's...
Happening Now November 13, 2014

The NSA's patents are terrifying and confusing

Getting the real story behind what the National Security Agency is up to is almost an impossible task. What the agency that is actively...
Happening Now August 1, 2014

Feds stored 9 years worth of this ordinary guy's most private information

Cyrus Farivar is an editor for Ars Technica, a technology blog, who decided to figure out exactly how much information the NSA had been...
Happening Now July 21, 2014
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