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  • Android Instant Apps Sounds Dangerous
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    Android Instant Apps Sounds Dangerous

    The new Instant Apps feature could be the best thing to ever happen to Android — or it could be a security nightmare.

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  • Why You Need to Change Your LinkedIn Password (Again)
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    Why You Need to Change Your LinkedIn Password (Again)

    About 117 million LinkedIn user credentials stolen in 2012 have surfaced online, and millions of people will have to change their passwords.

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  • Hitman Ransomware Plasters PCs with Porn
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    Hitman Ransomware Plasters PCs with Porn

    CryptoHitman adds insult to injury -- it encrypts and deletes your precious files, and also fills your computer screen with porn.

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  • Netgear Arlo Q Review: The Security Camera to Beat
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    Netgear Arlo Q Review: The Security Camera to Beat

    The Arlo Q is an excellent security camera with great video quality, strong motion and sound detection and a generous free cloud-storage plan.

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  • Workplace PCs Should Ditch IE for Chrome, Report Says
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    Workplace PCs Should Ditch IE for Chrome, Report Says

    If you use Internet Explorer, a new security study suggests that you ditch it for Chrome, which automatically stays updated and secure.

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  • EZVIZ Mini Review
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    EZVIZ Mini Review

    The EZVIZ Mini is easy to set up and attractively priced. But it has limited features, confusing interfaces and a poor build quality.

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  • Oco Security Camera Review
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    Oco Security Camera Review

    The Oco is a great device for sharing video online, but it has blurry video and uneven audio.

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  • Circle with Disney Review: Time Is on Parents' Side
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    Circle with Disney Review: Time Is on Parents' Side

    This network management device does a good job of imposing time limits and curfews on Wi-Fi-connected devices, though it could handle those tasks in a...

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  • Twitter to U.S. Spies: No More Access to Data
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    Twitter to U.S. Spies: No More Access to Data

    Dataminr provides real-time updates and alerts for world events, and Twitter has stopped agencies such as the CIA from accessing the service.

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  • Serious Security Bug Threatens Millions of Android Phones
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    Serious Security Bug Threatens Millions of Android Phon...

    A longstanding Android bug could let malicious apps make calls, send texts and even disable a phone's lockscreen.

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