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RFID chips in U.S. passport cards and some driver’s licenses are at risk of being counterfeited or tracked, researchers say.
Dan Kaminsky discovered a fundamental problem and got people to care in time. We were lucky this time.
Poorly protected files reveal a massive surveillance scheme.
Sending false signals to GPS receivers could disrupt critical infrastructure.
New software tracks a stolen laptop without tracking its owner.
Applications built on social networks may be the ideal way to distribute malicious code.
A new tool assumes that a PC is loaded with malware–and protects transactions anyway.
A researcher claims that toll transponders can be cloned, allowing drivers to pass for free.
Experts say disclosing bugs prevents security flaws from festering.