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A Boeing 757 was hacked remotely while it sat on the runway

Don’t panic too much – the hack of the legacy commercial airliner was an exercise conducted by a team of security professionals.

Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog. 9 more words

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Forever 21 clothing stores hit by credit card data breach after encryption failure

Clothing retailer Forever 21 is telling customers to keep a close eye on their credit card statements, after the American fashion outlet warned that it had suffered a data breach at some of its stores. 20 more words

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Think you deleted that embarrassing WhatsApp message you sent? Think again

if there’s one thing we should all have learnt from our years on the internet it’s this – once you say something somewhere, it’s very hard to take it back and pretend it never happened. 22 more words

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Smashing Security podcast #052: Facebook tackles vengeful scumbags, and a sex toy privacy boob

Is your sex toy listening to you? Do you trust Facebook with your most intimate photos? And just how did a vengeful DDoSer come up with that nickname? 46 more words

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US Government issues alert about North Korean "Hidden Cobra" cyber attacks

The FBI and US Department of Homeland Security have issued an alert that hackers have targeted the aerospace industry, financial services and critical infrastructure with a remote access trojan (RAT) to further exploit vulnerable networks. 21 more words

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Using bots to scam the scammers

A new bot takes the work out of fighting back against the scammers.

Bob Covello reports.

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10-year-old kid succeeds in unlocking his mum's iPhone X, with just a glance

Is Apple’s Face ID really as secure as we’re told?

Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.

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