Plus: An Among Us spam attack, China's favorite vulnerabilities, and more of the week's top security news.
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The message is meant to deter any similar attack against US infrastructure.
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A secret experiment in 2007 proved that hackers could devastate power grid equipment beyond repair—with a file no bigger than a gif.
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Researchers found they could stop a Tesla by flashing a few frames of a stop sign for less than half a second on an internet-connected billboard.
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New clues indicate that APT28 may be behind a mysterious intrusion that US officials disclosed last week.
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Guests like Anthony Fauci, Lisa Piccirillo, Patrice Peck, and Audrey Tang discussed how to puzzle through seemingly intractable situations.
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The Kremlin has meddled in so many elections that democracy’s immune system has gotten wise to its threats. Here are lessons other countries can teach us.
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Microsoft says the GRU hacking group has attacked hundreds of organizations over the past year, many of them tied to the upcoming election.
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Five out of six brands tested by researchers would have allowed hackers to track kids—and in some cases eavesdrop on them.
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Facing looming election threats and a ransomware epidemic, the bureau says it has revamped its process for warning hacking victims.
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No one in the meatspace is going to the Black Rock Desert this year. So I soared into the sprawling digital reconstruction that is BRCvr.
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Elon Musk confirmed Thursday night that a ransomware gang had approached a Gigafactory employee with alleged promises of a big payout.
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A new kit leaves your cryptographic destiny up to 25 cubes in a plastic box.
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