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British researchers created a nasty computer virus in their lab that can move by itself through Wi-Fi networks, attacking and hijacking the least protected points. Continue reading →
The virus increases the surface area of the wire, which in turn increases the area where electrochemical activity takes place.
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Google emails users who it believes are targets of state-sponsored hacking.
Android malware is in the news, but it doesn't have to be on your phone.