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A day after it was revealed through WikiLeaks that the CIA has allegedly explored hacking vehicle computer-control systems, including BlackBerry’s QNX OS, the company said its software is safe. “We are not currently aware of any attacks or exploits against BlackBerry products or services, including QNX. Still, the news is a bit frightening, now that […]

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Getac introduced its first rugged tactical tablet for combat-ready military forces, including dismounted warfighters, elite enforcement agencies and Special Forces military units. The MX50 is designed to meet strict government guidelines for capturing and protecting classified data in the field. It meets the Common Criteria ISO/IEC 15408 computer security certification, and the NSA’s Commercial Solutions […]

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Visa and Mastercard separately announced Thursday they will delay by three years — to Oct. 1, 2020 — the mandated date for implementing chip card payments at millions of automated fuel pumps in the U.S. The move comes after years of concerns by merchants about the implementation of chip cards at payment terminals at millions […]

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White hat researchers show how hackers read keystrokes to potentially compromise cellphone and tablet users on public Wi-Fi and home networks. A group of seven computer scientists have discovered WindTalker, a vulnerability in Wi-Fi networks that lets hackers potentially read keystrokes based on the finger position of a cellphone or tablet user. Read More

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