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  1. How malware exploits security flaws in kernel drivers – Watch out for cryptocurrency scams – Why loyalty accounts are a target for criminals

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  2. Is loyalty fraud on your radar? Here's why your hard-earned reward points and air miles may be easy pickings for cybercriminals.

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  3. As you attempt to strike it rich in the digital gold rush, make sure you know how to recognize various schemes that want to part you from your digital coins

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  4. We don’t need no stinkin’ wall power – CES shows off the promise of usable long-range wireless charging

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  5. ESET researchers look at malware that abuses vulnerabilities in kernel drivers and outline mitigation techniques against this type of exploitation

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  6. But as we learned in mashing up other technologies, the security devil is in the details

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  7. CES gives us a glimpse of our connected future – 10 bad cybersecurity habits to break this year – How hackers steal passwords

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  8. And no more worrying about your satellite being smashed by a “drunk driver” as new tech promises to predict hazards in orbit

    The post CES 2022: Space security – no more flying blind appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. A sea of sensors will soon influence almost everything in your world

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  10. From social engineering to looking over your shoulder, here are some of the most common tricks that bad guys use to steal passwords

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