Wikileaks' 'Dark Matter' release reveals CIA efforts to infect the Mac

Wikileaks released another bundle of documents dubbed “Dark Matter.” This time, the organization turned an eye to Apple’s Mac, with a number of exploits that are both insidious and persistent.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/03/23/wikileaks-dark-matter-release-reveals-cia-efforts-to-infect-mac.html

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Hacker looks to sell 9.3 million alleged patient healthcare records on the dark web

A hacker is attempting to sell 9.3 million alleged patient healthcare records on the dark web, according to security experts, just days after 665,000 records reportedly went on sale.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/06/28/hacker-looks-to-sell-9-3-million-alleged-patient-healthcare-records-on-dark-web.html

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Hacker looks to sell 655,000 alleged patient healthcare records on the dark web

A hacker claims to be selling 655,000 alleged patient healthcare records on the dark web, containing information such as social security numbers, addresses, and insurance details.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/06/27/hacker-looks-to-sell-655000-alleged-patient-healthcare-records-on-dark-web.html

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Here's how much your stolen data is worth on the Dark Web

While most people associate the “Dark Web” as a murky underworld where users can easily buy and sell anything from drugs, counterfeit passports, and even advanced weaponry, it’s also proven to be a popular destination for users to traffic in stolen data. From banking information to online streaming credentials, the extent to which our private and financial data is readily available to anyone willing to pay for it is downright scary.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/11/30/heres-how-much-your-stolen-data-is-worth-on-dark-web.html

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3 gadgets that are always listening and how to stop them

Imagine driving down a dark, deserted road when your tire blows out. There’s no one around, but, thankfully, you’re not alone. “Hey, Siri.  Call roadside assistance.” A second later, you get a response in a warm and comforting voice, “Calling roadside assistance.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/09/26/3-gadgets-that-are-always-listening-and-how-to-stop-them/

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Apple Watch support comes to flurry of iPhone apps ahead of April launch

A collection of iPhone apps — such as Evernote, Dark Sky, and the New York Times — were updated today to support the Apple Watch, even though the wearable isn’t shipping until April 24.



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