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Tens of thousands of home routers at risk with duplicate SSH keys

A setup mistake could put the routers at risk of being compromised, and there's no easy way for consumers to identify or fix the problem.

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Uh-oh: Samsung smart TVs don't encrypt your captured voice data

Samsung TVs send voice search queries to a remote server over an unencrypted connection, a researcher found.

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What's in a typo? More evidence tying North Korea to the Sony hack

A security firm says code used against Sony has similarities to other malware linked to North Korea

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Twitter improves security for shared accounts

TweetDeck users can give others access to an account without providing the account password.

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Fanny superworm uses decoys and cloaking techniques, and probably spawned Stuxnet

The worm, used by the Equation cyberespionage group, relied on zero-day exploits that were later used in Stuxnet.

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Destroying your hard drive is the only way to stop this super-advanced malware

The Equation Group's attack on hard-drive firmware is one of the most advanced ever discovered, Kaspersky Lab said

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Google launches WebView beta channel for developer tinkering

This move could lead to smoother in-app browsing and fewer of those pesky bugs.

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Connected homes can be easy targets for hackers, says cybersecurity firm

Security-as-a-Service provider Synack tested more than a dozen connected-home devices and found that nearly all could be breached without much effort.

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Jeb Bush's privacy-shattering email cache hid another surprise: Viruses

There is old malware in attachments included in the Outlook email files

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VirusTotal tackles the tricky false positives problem plaguing antivirus software

VirusTotal is gathering file metadata from trusted software makers to integrate in its online scanning engine