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Researchers show they can hack into cars wirelessly.
Industrial computer systems are typically far less secure than they should be, experts say.
Microsoft software clones the environment running on a user’s machine.
A researcher claims that toll transponders can be cloned, allowing drivers to pass for free.
A data compression scheme could leave Internet phone calls vulnerable to eavesdroppers.
New strides in radar and gait-analysis software show that it’s possible to detect when someone is carrying a bomb well before he or she reaches a security checkpoint.
Efforts are underway to make your smart toilet—and other connected devices—less vulnerable to hackers.
Attackers could manipulate poorly protected data to make money or cause blackouts.
A new technique lets hackers targeting Apple’s OS X cover their tracks more effectively.