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The European Parliament has put an end to uncertainty over who will direct the EU's policy on data protection and telecom regulations
China has allegedly staged the attack, according to an anti-censorship group.
The most common targets are gaming, software and media companies
Thanks to the FIDO Alliance's U2F open standard, a key drive or other small device could become a convenient, yet safe, authentication tool. The standard is backed by Google, Microsoft, Mastercard, Visa, PayPal and others,
Soltani has assisted newspapers with investigations of government surveillance and online privacy.
Passwords are out, but what's coming in? Google is the first major Internet company to support device-based authentication through the new FIDO Alliance's open standard.
The Fiesta exploit kit bundles an exploit for the CVE-2014-0569 vulnerability in Flash Player, researchers found
Europe is set to choose a new data protection supervisor after much delay
An engineer who's studied the new OS criticized its privacy settings
A success for Apple Pay could push others in the mobile NFC payment market to up their game
Yahoo has also been facing a similar attack in China, according to security researchers concerned that the government was eavesdropping.
Infecting NAS devices with malware can be very valuable for attackers, a researcher said
Dropbox was quick to remove the bogus login page, Symantec said