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2 days ago Login duplication allows 20m Alibaba accounts to be attacked

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The reuse of login details on Alibaba's Taobao has allowed an attack on 5 percent of the accounts on Alibaba's Chinese retail sites.

2 days ago Chrome picks up bonus security features on Windows 10

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The browser is now hardened against some classic Windows security flaws.

2 days ago Retail ATMs a Sweet Spot for Fraudsters

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7 Arrested for Alleged Roles in Skimming Scheme at Gas Stations, HotelsThe arrests of seven men allegedly linked to a skimming operation that targeted ATMs at retailers, including hotels and gas stations, is yet another indicator that U.S. merchants need to beef up the security of these devices.

2 days ago Roll up, roll up to the Malware Museum! Run classic DOS viruses in your web browser

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Relive simpler times for some Friday fun

The Internet Archive has opened a new collection dubbed the Malware Museum that lets you run old DOS-era viruses in your web browser.

2 days ago Symantec's definition of transformation: Take the profit made a year ago and burn a quarter of it

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Silver Lake slips its PIPE into troubled security firm

Symantec has announced its results for the third quarter of fiscal 2016 and they aren't looking pretty. Revenues are down 6 per cent and profits plummeted by 23 per cent.

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21 hours ago Technology Overkill

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People are often over paying for computer hardware and software they do not need, nor will they ever come close to fully utilizing.

21 hours ago It's time for US to hit its cyberwar enemies hard, says Ben Carson

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Not known for his tough rhetoric, GOP candidate Ben Carson unleashed a couple zingers on tech topics on Saturday in New Hampshire. Cyberwar and Net Neutrality were the topics that got him riled up.

8 hours ago Friday Squid Blogging: Squid Knitting Pattern

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Surprisingly realistic for a knitted stuffed animal.

8 hours ago The Technology Behind Hillary Clinton's Email Scandal, Explained

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It is no longer enough to simply have good will or even good sense. Today, technology is changing the rules as fast as we can make them.

7 hours ago Awesome list of 17 "˜Breaking Bad' references hidden in "˜Better Call Saul'

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I'm not typically a fan of TV spinoffs, but Better Call Saul has seemingly broken the spinoff curse that plagues shows looking to capitalize off of the success of previous hits. To be sure, following up Breaking Bad would be a daunting task for any show, but Better Call Saul works precisely because it's not trying to perfectly mirror all the elements that made Vince Gilligan's meth-fueled drama so addictive and compelling. Rather, Better Call Saul seeks to carve out its own unique and independent nook within the larger Breaking Bad universe, and it does so quite successfully. DON'T MISS:  Intern caught sleeping on his second day of work gets trolled by the entire Internet At the same time,

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40 minutes ago Application Spotlight: NCDU Disc Analyzer

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NCDU is a simple, light-weight disc-usage analyzer.

1 hour ago Spreadsheet Integration May Be A Necessary Evil in Business Processes

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Like most of you, I cringe when I think about Microsoft Excel being used to store routine business data. However, many of those darned spreadsheets are just unavoidable. Therefore, spreadsheet integration is a must in the modern enterprise.

2 hours ago The Dangers of Un-Integrated Excel: Moving Towards Microsoft Excel Integration

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These solutions for integration manage business processes in a more predictable manner, consolidate information, add validation logic, reduce errors, and much more.

8 hours ago Campaign 2016: Major Cyber Attack On U.S. Power Grid Is Likely

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(Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images) Ted Koppel's book - 'Lights Out: A Cyberattack, A Nation Unprepared, Surviving the Aftermath' - published in October, 2015 - spells out what may be our nation's greatest risk - a catastrophic shutdown of one or more U.S. power grids. In his New York Times bestselling investigation, [...]