90% of Canadians surveyed agreed that cybercrime was an important "challenge to the internal security of Canada"
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Industry standard specification does not guarantee the safety of the self-encrypting drives despite verification
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Almost all young people recycle their passwords, often doing so across work and personal accounts
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The campaign’s goals aren’t immediately clear, as the malefactors don’t appear to be leveraging the hijacked websites for further nefarious purposes
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Our trip down the malware memory lane takes us all the way back to the 1990s
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How much higher are the odds that your device will be exposed to malware if you download apps from outside Google Play or if you use one of Android’s older versions? Google has the numbers
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Latest ESET research shows just how far attackers will go in order to steal bitcoin from customers of one specific virtual currency exchange. We take a look back at some 1980s malware and also check out what Chrome 71 has in store for users.
This is the third time that the Air Force asks ethical hackers to uncover chinks in its digital armor
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