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  • Android Finally Getting Regular Security Updates
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    Android Finally Getting Regular Security Updates

    Google will step up its game to provide monthly updates for Android devices, and it looks like other manufacturers will follow suit.

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  • How to Use Facebook's Security Checkup

    How to Use Facebook's Security Checkup

    It's always a good time to make sure you've secured your Facebook account, so here's how to use the social network's Security Checkup.

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  • How a $100 Gadget Can Hijack GM Cars
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    How a $100 Gadget Can Hijack GM Cars

    A white-hat hacker has built a $100 computer that exploits flaws in GM's OnStar app to take control of vehicles.

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  • Windows 10 May Share Your Wi-Fi Password with Facebook
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    Windows 10 May Share Your Wi-Fi Password with Facebook

    Windows 10's Wi-Fi Sense is meant to get your friends on your Wi-Fi network, but it's actually a dangerous over-sharer.

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  • New Flaw Can 'Freeze' Android Devices
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    New Flaw Can 'Freeze' Android Devices

    A newly discovered flaw can temporarily kill any recent Android device, rendering it unable to show data or make or send calls or texts.

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  • Avira, Bitdefender, Kaspersky Top Antivirus Test Results
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    Avira, Bitdefender, Kaspersky Top Antivirus Test Result...

    Avira, Bitdefender and Kaspersky Lab achieved perfect scores on AV-TEST's latest evaluation, while Microsoft came in dead last.

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  • Chrysler Recalls 1.4 Million Cars for Remote-Hack Fix
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    Chrysler Recalls 1.4 Million Cars for Remote-Hack Fix

    At the urging of federal regulators, Fiat Chrysler issued a recall to patch vehicles affected by a software hack revealed earlier this week.

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  • Can You Still Trust LifeLock?
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    Can You Still Trust LifeLock?

    In the wake of yesterday's FTC complaint that LifeLock failed to protect its customers' data, is the service still safe to use?

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  • Hackers Remotely Cut Jeep's Brakes, Kill Engine
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    Hackers Remotely Cut Jeep's Brakes, Kill Engine

    Jeeps, Dodges and Chryslers can be remotely hijacked by hackers, who could cut off the engines or brakes.

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  • PEQ Review: Not Quite Smart Enough

    PEQ Review: Not Quite Smart Enough

    The PEQ smart home platform is simple and easy to use, but it's too expensive for what you're getting.

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