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Bogus Electronic Frontier Foundation site targets users with malware

A spear phishing campaign used the name of the Electronic Frontier Foundation to exploit victims' trust.

On Aug 30, 2015 by Kate Conger

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Flappy Bird’s legacy lives on by teaching coding for beginners

One non-profit is using the popular game to teach the basics of coding language. Just don't get frustrated before you reach the end of the lesson.

On Feb 28, 2014 by Aja Romano

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New virus gives hackers NSA spy powers

Security researchers have found a virus that gives hackers the ability to download malicious software and access files on your computer.

On Sep 13, 2013 by Joe Kloc

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Stop what you’re doing and disable Java in your browser

Java accounted for 50 percent of software-based hacking exploits last year, and it's not getting any safer. Before you click another link, just turn it off.

On Mar 4, 2013 by Curt Hopkins

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Facebook hit with “sophisticated” hack

The company confrimed in a blog post that several of its employees' computers had been compromised by a "zero-day" hacking attack.

On Feb 15, 2013 by Kevin Morris

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Java exploits sell for $5,000 on the Internet’s seedy black market

Yet another reason to disable Java in your browser now.

On Jan 18, 2013 by Curt Hopkins

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Department of Homeland Security wants you to disable Java

Only one of two critical zero-day bugs in Java has been fixed by a recent patch. The remaining vulnerability could put your computer at risk.

On Jan 15, 2013 by Curt Hopkins