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  • What Is an EMV Payment Card?
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    What Is an EMV Payment Card?

    The EMV standard, also called the chip-and-PIN standard, is replacing the magnetic-stripe system used in U.S. credit and debit cards.

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  • Adware Attacks Macs with Fake Flash Updates
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    Adware Attacks Macs with Fake Flash Updates

    Apple laptops and desktops are under siege by annoying adware disguised as Adobe Flash Player updates.

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  • Malware-Infected iPhone Apps: What You Need to Know
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    Malware-Infected iPhone Apps: What You Need to Know

    Apple has pulled potentially malicious apps from the App Store. Here's what happened, and what you need to know.

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  • iOS 9 Fixes Plethora of Apple Security Problems
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    iOS 9 Fixes Plethora of Apple Security Problems

    Apple has fixed a plethora of vulnerabilities and other flaws in the latest edition of its mobile operating system.

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  • iPhones, Macs Threatened by AirDrop Malware Flaw
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    iPhones, Macs Threatened by AirDrop Malware Flaw

    A security flaw in Apple's AirDrop file-transfer service will be mitigated by upcoming operating system updates for iPhones, iPads and Macs.

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  • Android Porn App Resets Your Passcode, Demands Money
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    Android Porn App Resets Your Passcode, Demands Money

    A new piece of Android ransomware buried in a porn app resets your PIN, then won't unlock the phone even if you pay up.

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  • How Car Wi-Fi Dongles Could Lead to Disaster
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    How Car Wi-Fi Dongles Could Lead to Disaster

    New devices promise to add Wi-Fi to your car by plugging into the car's diagnostic port. That's a terrible and dangerous idea.

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  • Excellus Data Breach: What to Do Now
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    Excellus Data Breach: What to Do Now

    Excellus Blue Cross/Blue Shield disclosed that it had been hit by a malicious data breach that affected about 10 million customers.

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  • Now Anyone Can Exploit Android's Stagefright Flaw
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    Now Anyone Can Exploit Android's Stagefright Flaw

    The security firm that discovered the Stagefright vulnerability in Android devices has released code to exploit the flaw.

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  • Android Ransomware App Disguised as Porn Player
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    Android Ransomware App Disguised as Porn Player

    Android users looking for mature content may get caught on their own cameras, thanks to a rogue app that installs ransomware.

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