The 3 biggest threats reaching for your antivirus software’s off switch

Your antivirus is the most important security program on your computer, which is why everyone wants to turn it off.

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The Olympics: a timeline of scams, hacks, and malware

We look at a history of malware, hacks, phishes, bogus mobile apps, and more targeting the Olympic Games going back to 1996

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A week in security (June 28 – July 4)

A roundup of all the most interesting cybersecurity news stories, articles, and happenings of the previous seven days.

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A week in security (June 7 – June 13)

A roundup of the most interesting events and happenings in the realm of infosec, from the week June 7 to June 13.

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A week in security (February 1 – February 7)

A roundup of cybersecurity news from February 1 – 7, including a barcode scanner’s infections and browser sync risks

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Lock and Code S1Ep21: Lesson planning your school’s cybersecurity with Doug Levin

This week on Lock and Code, we talk to Doug Levin, founder of the K12 cybersecurity resource center , about how schools can plan for a cybersecure 2021.

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Explosive technology and 3D printers: a history of deadly devices

We look at how successful hardware hacks can damage devices—and potentially even put lives at risk.

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Misleading cybersecurity lessons from pop culture: how Hollywood teaches to hack

We take a look at some of the most famous (or infamous) hacking scenes from TV and movies and the cybersecurity lessons, if any, we can learn from them.

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15,000 webcams vulnerable to attack: how to protect against webcam hacking

We take a look at the ever-present threat of webcam hacking, and what you can do to avoid being caught out.

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Are hackers gonna hack anymore? Not if we keep reusing passwords

A look at the not-so-hacking hacker techniques attackers are using to compromise user accounts via weak passwords and gain access to enterprise networks.

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