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| |Has That Website Been Pwned? Firefox Monitor Will Tell You Firefox Monitor, a breach notification website launched by Mozilla in September, can now deliver alerts from inside the Firefox browser.
| |Did A Copy-paste Error Reveal The US’s Secret Case Against Assange? A court filing in an unrelated case mentioned the need to seal documents to keep secret the fact that "Assange" has been charged.
| |Could Have Sworn I Deleted That Photo From My Phone! [PODCAST] This week: hacking phones at Pwn2Own, the brand new SophosLabs Threat report, and squeezing Shakespeare into one tweet. Enjoy!
| |How To Rob An ATM? Let Me Count The Ways… A comprehensive new report lifts the lid on the sketchy state of ATM security.
| |Judge Asks If Alexa Is Witness To A Double Murder A judge has ordered Amazon to turn over any recordings an Echo device may have made around the time a horrific crime occurred.
| |Hacking MiSafes’ Smartwatches For Kids Is Child’s Play Researchers describe breaking into the watches as "probably the simplest hack we have ever seen."
| |AI-generated ‘skeleton Keys’ Fool Fingerprint Scanners Artificial intelligence can be used to grow fake fingerprints that pack in common features, fooling scanners.
| |Thought You Deleted Your IPhone Photos? Hackers Find A Way To Get Them Back The hacking duo @fluoroacetate demonstrated zero-day exploits against phones from Apple, Samsung and Xiaomi at the recent Pwn2Own contest.
| |Official Google Twitter Account Hacked In Bitcoin Scam The epidemic of Twitter-based Bitcoin scams took another twist this week as attackers tweeted scams directly from two verified high-profile accounts.
| |DARPA Uses A Remote Island To Stage A Cyberattack On The US Power Grid It enacted a worst-case, "black start" scenario: swaths of the countrys grid offline for a month, battery backups exhausted.
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