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Google’s reCAPTCHA turns “invisible,” will separate bots from people without challenges

Google's reCAPTCHA is the leading CAPTCHA service (that's "Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart") on the Web. You've probably seen...

Amazon’s Alexa could soon recognize users by their voices

(credit: Adam Bowie) Amazon's Alexa is may be about to get smarter.According to a report from Time, the online retailer is working on voice identification software...

Steganos Privacy Suite 18

If a website's massive data breach compromises your privacy, there's not much you can do. It's out of your hands. But that doesn't mean...

DailyMotion Hack Leaks Emails, Passwords of 87M Users

DailyMotion, a popular video sharing website, said Tuesday it recently suffered an “external security problem” resulting in the compromise of an unspecified number of...

Fatal flaws in ten pacemakers make for Denial of Life attacks

Brit/Belgian research team decipher signals and devise wounding wireless attacks A global research team has hacked 10 different types of implantable medical devices and pacemakers...

Research on unsecured Wi-Fi networks across the world

The very nature of wireless Wi-Fi networks means that hackers or criminals simply need to be located near an access point in order to...

Partners In The Battle Against Cyberthreats

The News Desk is visited by George Karidis of CompuCom and Rodel Alejo from Intel to discuss cloud technology services that enable customers to...

Yahoo Hit by Data Breach Affecting Over 500M Accounts

The latest Yahoo breach could be one of the largest of all time. More than 500 million user accounts were affected. After nearly two months...

Apple Patches OS X for Same Flaws It Fixed in Latest...

Apparently Apple's desktop operating system had the same flaws that were first exposed after a human rights activist's iPhone was attacked. On Aug. 25, Apple...

EU ministers look to tighten up privacy – JUST KIDDING –...

No phone taps on WhatsApp is whack, moan spymasters European ministers are debating a clampdown on encryption and a further increase in surveillance in response...

Your ‘intimate personal massager’ – cough – is spying on you

Bluetooth hack lets Australian researchers reveal your deepest desires DEF CON DEF CON has a lot of odd talks, but the successful hacking of a...

Profiles in cryptographic courage

I recently finished reading "Hedy’s Folly" by the scholar Richard Rhodes.In it he discusses the “most beautiful woman in the world,” 1930s and ‘40s...