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| |How To Fit All Of Shakespeare In One Tweet (and Why Not To Do It!) A security researcher squoze 1,299,999 words into a single tweet, thanks to image metadata that Twitter doesnt remove.
| |Headmaster Fired Over Cryptocoin Mining On The School’s Dime O, that constant whirring noise? And the sky-high electricity bill? Why, its those darn air conditioners and heaters!
| |Botnet Pwns 100,000 Routers Using Ancient Security Flaw Researchers have stumbled on another large botnet that’s been hijacking home routers while nobody was paying attention.
| |Terrorists Told To Hijack Social Media Accounts To Spread Propaganda Facebook has removed 14 million pieces of content dubbed likely to come from terrorists, as determined by new machine learning technology
| |Microsoft Mistake Leaves Windows 10 Users Fuming Microsoft Windows 10 users were livid late last week after Microsoft mistakenly told them that their licenses were invalid.
| |258,000 Encrypted IronChat Phone Messages Cracked By Police They expect to cuff hundreds of criminals who used the pricey phones, which were sold with the crypto app preinstalled.
| |Sent A Photo To The Wrong Person? Facebook Messenger To Let You Unsend It Think fast! Youll only have up to 10 minutes to hit unsend: a lot stingier than the hour afforded by WhatsApp.
| |Update Now! WordPress Sites Vulnerable To WooCommerce Plugin Flaw Researchers have published details of a dangerous flaw in the way the hugely popular WooCommerce plugin interacts with WordPress that could allow an attacker with access to a single account to take over an entire site.
| |DerpTrolling Game Server DDoS Attacker Pleads Guilty Austin Thompson pleaded guilty on November 6 in a San Diego Federal court to knowingly causing damage to third-party computers.
| |Apple 0, José 3 – Man Versus Megacorp! [PODCAST] Heres the latest Naked Security Podcast - enjoy!
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