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Phones don’t have to be smart to be vulnerable.
The government can do little to stop digital leaks–but it could do a better job tracking the source.
Many apps collect and share sensitive data, and the developers may not even realize it.
A malicious site can find out what social-networking groups you belong to–and then figure out your identity.
Intel unveils a circuit that can pump out truly random numbers at high speed.
Focusing on the top 50 infected networks could eliminate half of all compromised machines.
Ksplice uses new technology to build security updates for Linux that can be installed without restarting.
RFID chips in U.S. passport cards and some driver’s licenses are at risk of being counterfeited or tracked, researchers say.
A new tool assumes that a PC is loaded with malware–and protects transactions anyway.