Bits: Electronic Setups of Driverless Cars Vulnerable to Hackers

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Spread the loveTweet Photo The dashboard of a Tesla Model S in May 2014. In that year, some Model S owners did some tinkering and claimed to have discovered a…


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Bits: A Guide to Challenges Facing Self-Driving Car Technologists

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Spread the loveTweet Photo Jason Eichenholz, co-founder of Luminar Technologies, with a 3-D lidar (light detection and ranging) map. Lidar may eventually help autonomous cars drive more safely. Credit Ben…


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Tech Tip: Protecting Your Smart Devices

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Spread the loveTweet Q. How safe is it to give smart gadgets the password to my Wi-Fi network? Should I be worried and what can I do? A. As researchers…


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Security Experts Scramble to Contain Fallout From Cyberattacks

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Spread the loveTweet The coordinated attack was first reported in the United Kingdom and spread globally. It has sparked fears that the effects of the continuing threat will be felt…


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Email Attack Hits Google: What to Do if You Clicked

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Spread the loveTweet If you receive suspicious email, here are some tips: 1. Do not click, even when the email is from your mother. Even when you receive links from…


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Cloudflare debuts a security solution for IoT

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Spread the loveTweet Cloudflare, the content delivery network that promises speed and security for websites, announced today that it’s moving into the internet-of-things industry with a security product called Orbit.…


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Tech Tip: Checking a Website’s Security

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Spread the loveTweetQ. I was browsing online and noticed a small letter “i” in a circle. What does that mean? I use the Chrome browser. A. The web is full…


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Tech Tip: Checking a Website’s Security

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Spread the loveTweetQ. I was browsing online and noticed a small letter “i” in a circle. What does that mean? I use the Chrome browser. A. The web is full…


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Ransomware Is Being Hidden Inside Attachments of Attachments

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Spread the loveTweet The new ransomware campaign, highlighted by the Naked Security blog, works like this: Advertisement Advertisement You’re sent a spam email with a PDF attachment (which should already…


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Tech Tip: Driver Messages That Drive You Crazy

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Spread the loveTweetQ. I keep getting a window popping up on my laptop running Windows 10 that says I have outdated drivers, with an offer to update them for a…


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