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The company aims to expand its cross-platform strategy and deliver its often admired security, productivity and communication tools to many more smartphones and tablets.
The search giant retires its annual hackathon, replaces it with an around-the-clock program that allows hackers to submit (and get paid for) finding bugs anytime, from anywhere.
The London-based payment processing company announced a new 'tokenisation' service that allows customers to pay on a mobile device without credit card information being disclosed.
The software is said to make users vulnerable to a type of cyberattack known as SSL spoofing.
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Experts say the world's largest PC maker pre-installed a virus-like software on laptops that makes the devices more vulnerable to cyberattacks.
The aim is to build support for beefing up cyber security laws in the wake of massive hacks at Target Corp, Sony Corp and Anthem Inc.
Facebook is giving users more dominion over what happens to their digital assets in death.
The 2-minute settings check verifies account recovery info, recent activity and approved devices.
Using apps like Tinder or OkCupid on company smartphones can pose a significant vulnerability, IBM says.
The global burrito giant fell victim to racist trolls who changed its Twitter profile image to a swastika, then ripped into a profanity-laden tweetstorm that was beyond offensive.
Personal information for up to 80 million current and former customers of the second largest U.S. insurer are at risk.
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