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It’s bad enough that Target allowed more than 100 million accounts to be compromised, but the retailer's response to the breach is an exercise in poor judgment.
The president's speech focused more on a telephone-records collection program than on the Internet, critics say.
The president sought to provide context for why spying is needed, as he called for changes in government practices
Some digital rights groups wanted an end to the NSA phone records program, but President Obama wants a transition to something similar.
The changes called for regarding NSA surveillance include new privacy advocates to be assigned to a surveillance court and a transition away from a controversial U.S. telephone records collection program.
Payment card numbers may have been compromised, but the retailer says Social Security numbers, birth dates and customer PINs appear to be safe.
The data was quietly moved around on Target's network before it was sent to a US server, then to Russia.
The Sunlight Foundation and others will sponsor a three-day hackathon starting Friday.
Democrats question whether outside security experts can tell what defenses are being deployed
Bitly is working with Symantec to clean up malicious links, the result of API keys left visible on the Web
Flaws in the network access control product can give attackers access to administrative functions, Cisco said
Method can batch-search 16,000 characters per second, and could be used for DNA research.
Google expects Impermium to fit in with Google's own spam and abuse teams
The company hopes to tap the security research community to find potential problems
Third party Twitter apps must now converse with Twitter through the SSL protocol