Google wants to do away with passwords, using a USB-enabled ring on your finger. ->
This summer's frenzy of account hacking has exposed millions of passwords. SplashData, a provider of password software, released its 25 worst passwords of the year for 2011, culled from unsuspecting victims of various cyberattacks. Without further ado, here it is: password 123456 12345678 qwerty ab...
This physically lockable USB drive also has 256-bit AES hardware encryption.
That fancy graphics card has fingerprints.
Using about $1,000 worth of radio equipment, a person could fake an airplane's signal to an air traffic controller.
Under fear of retaliation from Mexican drug cartels, Barrett Brown, face of hacker collective Anonymous, leaves Dallas.
Siri users, are you concerned that Apple has a stockpile of your voice queries?
A hacking attack involving a fake security certificate and Google services has hit users in Iran.
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