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A security flaw revealed conversations and private complaints from Silicon Valley employees

Blind is an app-basedsocial networking platform used for anonymous conversation. It is trusted by thousands of employees to reveal malfeasance, improper conduct, or any wrongdoings in their companies....  Read More

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A security flaw revealed conversations and private complaints from Silicon Valley employees

Blind is an app-basedsocial networking platform used for anonymous conversation. It is trusted by thousands of employees to reveal malfeasance, improper conduct, or any wrongdoings...   Read More

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United States Department of Justice charges Chinese nationals with stealing information data from American companies

Cybercrime is no doubt a clear and present danger, capable of dealing more damage than a thousand soldiers and tanks. After the attacks in the city of Atlanta and coordinated attac...   Read More

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3D printed heads can now unlock phones

3D printers are rapidly gaining momentum in the manufacturing industry. Several subject matter experts concur that 3D printers may very well put several manufacturers out of busine...   Read More

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Australian Government Directs Tech Firms to Hand over Encrypted Data, Plans to Pass Laws

Authorities in Australia plan to pass laws aimed at directing major tech firms such as Google, Facebook, and Apple to share private encrypted data with police linked to suspected i...   Read More

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NYPD includes 14 drones into its force

Drones have definitely become commercial. What was previously a concern for the military now has become a leisurely experience for hobbyists and enthusiasts. Drones have found a ra...   Read More

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This could be the greatest act of espionage ever uncovered

In what could be the greatest act of espionage ever uncovered, it was alleged that Chinese spies have managed to infiltrate and compromise the supply chain of the Taiwanese-America...   Read More

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Synk raises $22 million in funding to expand its capabilities

Any person who is passionate about software development knows the importance of open source software. It is a multi-billion dollar market and millions of application developers and...   Read More

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Delta Airlines to implement facial recognition at Atlanta International Airport

Delta Airlines is all set to implement facial recognition systems at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport late this year. This move is immensely beneficial in order...   Read More

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Employees are found to be engaged in unsafe online behavior in a survey

A survey conducted on over 400 full-time employees in the U.S suggests that employees tend to engage in the unsafe online behavior despite understanding the consequences. The study...   Read More

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Security expert finds a way to crash and restart iPhones and iPads

An expert in cybersecurity named Sabri Haddouche has discovered a way to crash and restart any iPhone or iPad with nothing more than 15 lines of code. He made the announcement via ...   Read More


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