Weakening encryption so it’s easier to catch terrorists also means weakening it so it’s easier to catch girls who dare to get an education.
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The owner of doitforstate.com was shot in the leg before shooting his assailant in the chest.
The Nigerian prince never showed up but the victim’s $110,000 did, eventually.
Yubico has been drawn into a rare public spat over how the discovery of a security flaw affecting it products was credited.
Version 60.0.2 of the resurgent Firefox browser fixes a critical security flaw in its SVG rendering code.
For years it was possible to fool some security software into thinking malicious code had been digitally signed by Apple.
Remember last week’s $99 IoT padlock that anyone could unlock in 2 seconds? Turns out you don’t even need that long!
It’s surprising how many trolls don’t realise that if Twitter knows who they are, the police can find out too.