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  • Don't Buy These Risky Security Cameras
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    Don't Buy These Risky Security Cameras

    Some of the most popular consumer-grade security cameras on the market are wide open for cyberattacks — even ones from major manufacturers.

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  • Identity Theft Victim? Here's 6 Things You Need to Do
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    Identity Theft Victim? Here's 6 Things You Need to Do

    If your identity's just been stolen, don't panic -- be proactive. Here are six simple things you need to do right now.

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  • Russian Cyberattacks 'Sloppy' Compared to What's Next
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    Russian Cyberattacks 'Sloppy' Compared to What's Next

    Russian cyberattacks on American political groups were clumsy, but their success means we'll see more such attacks in the future.

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  • This $100 Gadget Can Break Into Your Office
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    This $100 Gadget Can Break Into Your Office

    It costs $100 to build a tiny device that captures signals from office-door access cards, then plays back the signals to open the door.

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  • Worried About Cyberwar? Worry About Squirrels Instead
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    Worried About Cyberwar? Worry About Squirrels Instead

    Warnings of cyberattacks on the U.S. power grid are mostly hype, a veteran hacker said. Worry about squirrels causing blackouts instead.

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  • How to Make Your Own Two-Factor Authentication Key
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    How to Make Your Own Two-Factor Authentication Key

    It's not hard to cheaply make your own two-factor authentication USB key, a researcher showed at the ShmooCon hacker conference.

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  • F-Secure 2017
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    F-Secure 2017

    F-Secure offers very good malware protection and an appealing interface, but few useful extra features.

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  • Norton 2017
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    Norton 2017

    Norton's antivirus products stop almost all malware and are easy to use, but they exact a heavy system toll and lack some useful features.

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  • New WhatsApp Scam Is Dangerously Dumb
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    New WhatsApp Scam Is Dangerously Dumb

    A WhatsApp scam promises free Internet without Wi-Fi, but following the link leads to unwanted software and further propagation of the lie.

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  • McAfee Paid Antivirus Worse Than Free Microsoft Software
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    McAfee Paid Antivirus Worse Than Free Microsoft Softwar...

    Intel's McAfee Internet Security protected users from less than three-quarters of incoming threats, according to a new study.

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