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VirusTotal now protects developers from becoming false positives
TechCrunch It’s been six years since Google acquired VirusTotal, a service that allows users to upload any file to check it for malware and viruses against the databases and algorithms of 70 antivirus... 1 day
North Korea's hacking fails to make summit talking points
ABC NEWS North Korea's cyberattacks against US and its allies fails to make Singapore summit talking points 3 years after crippling Sony attack 5 days
Yahoo fined £250,000 over cyber-attack
BBC The fine relates to a data breach in 2014 which affected more than 500,000 Yahoo customers. 1 week
third party macos security tools vulnerable to malware code signing bypasses for years Third-Party macOS Security Tools Vulnerable to Malware Code-Signing Bypasses for Years
MacRumors Hackers have had an "easy way" to get certain malware past signature checks in... 1 week
malicious mac apps could appear to be signed by apple problem existed since 2007 Malicious Mac apps could appear to be signed by Apple, problem existed since 2007
9to5Mac A security problem that has existed for eleven... 1 week
US announces more sanctions over Russian hacking - CNET
CNET The Treasury Department takes aim at companies and people who have helped with cyberattacks coming out of Russia. 1 week
VPNFilter malware has infected a million routers — here's what you need to know
Windows Central Malware linked to the Russian government can manipulate your internet traffic, harvest personal information, and serve as a launch point... 1 week
US hits Russian firms with sanctions, citing cyberattacks
ABC NEWS The Trump administration on Monday slapped sanctions on eight Russian companies and businessmen for engaging in cyber-attacks and assisting Russia's military and intelligence services with other malicious activities 1 week
ticketfly hack exposed the personal information of 27 million accounts Ticketfly hack exposed the personal information of 27 million accounts
THE VERGE Events ticketing company Ticketfly has restored its website and the majority of its partner websites after... 2 weeks
ticketfly hack exposed the personal information of 27 million customers Ticketfly hack exposed the personal information of 27 million customers
THE VERGE Events ticketing company Ticketfly has restored its website and the majority of its partner websites after... 2 weeks
Ransomware hits Atlanta police dashcam footage
BBC The video footage was among many "mission critical" systems disabled by a ransomware attack in Atlanta. 2 weeks
Hacking 'hero' Marcus Hutchins faces more malware charges
BBC Marcus Hutchins, credited with stopping an attack that hit the NHS, faces more charges in US. 2 weeks
The FBI wants you to factory reset your router. Here's how to do it - CNET
CNET The VPNFilter malware problem is getting worse. Here's how to safeguard your home network, and a... 2 weeks
The damage from Atlanta’s huge cyberattack is even worse than the city first thought
TechCrunch More than two months after a cyberattack hobbled many of its critical municipal systems, the city of Atlanta is still... 2 weeks
That router botnet the FBI asked us to help kill? Yep, it's still alive - CNET
CNET A report details new capabilities and devices targeted by the VPNFilter malware. 2 weeks
How to factory reset your router: Linksys, Netgear, Mikrotik, QNAP and TP-Link and more - CNET
CNET The VPNFilter malware problem is getting worse. Here's how to safeguard your home network. Plus: a... 2 weeks
North Korea is using Microsoft, Apple, Samsung tech in cyberattacks - CNET
CNET US tech has fans in Pyongyang thanks to sanctions loopholes, according to a new report. 2 weeks
North Korea is using Microsoft, Apple and Samsung tech in its cyberattacks - CNET
CNET US tech has fans in Pyongyang thanks to sanctions loopholes. 2 weeks
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THE VERGE
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Hands-on w/ August Smart Lock Pro’s Apple Watch app & HomePod support (+ discount)
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Chrome Duplex’s bottom toolbar redesign gains several shortcuts in latest Canary build
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New video goes hands-on with 2018 iPhone dummy units, size comparisons to iPhone X & more
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Google launches #IMakeApps to promote Android developers around the world
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Android Oreo now available for Moto Z DROID owners on Verizon Wireless
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Alphabet Scoop 014: Future products; Pixel Watch, Smart Displays, Pixelbook 2, more
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System allows surveillance cameras to 'talk' to the public through individual smartphones
SCIENCE DAILY
Google releases Mac, Linux app for converting VR180 into standardized editing format
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Sony confirms development on new launcher for its devices after shutting down ‘Xperia Home’
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New Apple iPhone X tutorial videos show creative ways to shoot photos and video
9to5Mac