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The FBI may have been forced into a misstep when investigating whether Russia hacked the Democratic National Committee — the agency never directly examined the DNC servers that were breached. Instead, the FBI had to rely on forensic evidence provided by third-party cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike, which the DNC hired to mitigate the breach. Read More

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On Monday, Google disclosed a zero-day vulnerability in Windows, which if exploited will enable an attacker to use it as a security sandbox escape. In response, Microsoft didn’t offer details on a fix, instead choosing to promote Windows 10 and argue for coordinated disclosure. Google says the flaw was discovered on October 21, along with […]

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Apple has just responded to the FBI’s court order, claiming that it’s a violation of the company’s rights to free speech. On Thursday, Apple filed a “motion to vacate” the court order compelling the iPhone-maker to help the FBI in breaking into the iPhone of Syed Farook, one of the San Bernardino shooters. In the document, […]

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