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Snipers opened fire on a California electrical substation. But why?

Despite its security flaws, the retail sector isn’t the one most vulnerable to breaches.

How the NSA piggybacks onto the tracking behaviors of commercial companies to enable exploitation and surveillance.

  • Ashkan Soltani, Andrea Peterson, and Barton Gellman
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  • Dec 11, 2013
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Be careful who you trust with your bitcoins.

Security vulnerabilities are a major problem in medical software and devices.

Is the NSA putting its offensive capabilities before the security of everyday users?

When you desperately need the help of a group, it's usually not a good idea to call them would-be terrorist.

Behind the clever legal strategy that took down an infamous zombie computer network

A cyberattack could do grave damage to the US economy, and could even cost American lives. Here's why we shouldn't be losing sleep over the threat.

  • Timothy B. Lee
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  • Jul 1, 2013
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Between 2009 and 20011, "computer-based intrusions against U.S. infrastructure increased 17-fold." Cyber attacks are increasingly real, and increasingly dangerous. Are we ready?

  • Ezra Klein
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  • Oct 15, 2012
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