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Google's Advanced Protection Program ramps up security

Google's Advanced Protection Program greatly increases the security of user accounts, but the usability trade-offs may not be worth it for average users.

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App library collusion threatens mobile devices

A new study shows how app libraries can share data among apps, even without permission. Michael Cobb explains how library collusion works and what users can do about it.

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How DNS records help with cloud reconnaissance

Knowledge is power, which is why cloud reconnaissance and enumeration are key when it comes to securing the cloud. Expert Frank Siemons explains why and how to do it.

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Experts debate the risk of WPA2 vulnerability

Researchers discover a WPA2 vulnerability and brand it KRACK, but some experts say the early reports overstate the risk of the flaw and downplay the difficulty of an exploit.

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    RSA vulnerability puts Infineon chips at risk

    Researchers disclosed the ROCA RSA vulnerability as a dangerous flaw in the cryptographic code of Infineon chips that could undermine encryption key security for a number of devices.

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    Experts debate the risk of WPA2 vulnerability

    Researchers discover a WPA2 vulnerability and brand it KRACK, but some experts say the early reports overstate the risk of the flaw and downplay the difficulty of an exploit.

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    Credit reporting websites deliver malvertising

    Security researchers find drive-by download attacks affecting both Equifax and TransUnion, but Equifax claims systems were not compromised in the website hack.

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