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A Web developer has detailed how Chrome's speech recognition feature can be exploited to keep listening in on your conversations.
A planned merger of Google+ and Gmail contact lists will allow unsolicited email, the group says.
19 Tor exit relays used self-signed certificates to launch man-in-the-middle attacks against HTTPS and SSH connections
Two-thirds of the websites in China were briefly inaccessible on Tuesday
Law enforcement requests to Verizon far exceed those made to other tech companies.
Did security companies publish too much, too soon on the Target breach?
The 23-year-old contends the program he helped develop has a defensive purpose as well
The 12 companies claimed to hold current certifications in an EU privacy agreement, but did not, the agency says
Well, that's embarrassing.
Government invites users to check their email address against a list of 16 million collected by a botnet
Underground forum postings indicate both may have used the same online nickname, according to IntelCrawler
Traffic in the country was redirected to an IP address located in the US
Police didn't say if the pair were directly involved in the data breach or merely purchased stolen card information.
The new champion isn't much better, though.
Today's maximum fines are just pocket money to Google, and stronger sanctions are needed to guarantee compliance, said Viviane Reding