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Researchers show how spammers harvest e-mail addresses and send out bulk messages.
Research finds that the answers to secret questions used to retrieve forgotten passwords are easily guessed.
One-time passwords are vulnerable to new hacking techniques.
An infrared camera could record which keys you pressed.
The team gathered data on compromised pages and the would-be victims.
Even “strong” passwords have big weaknesses, so companies serious about security ought to rely on additional methods of authentication.
A researcher creates a botnet for your pocket—a likely sign of things to come.
Industrial computer systems are typically far less secure than they should be, experts say.
The fate of the U.S. space program hangs in the balance.
Researchers figure out how to hijack sensor communications.