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The Facebook Privacy Setting That Doesn’t Do Anything at All
For years, Facebook has left a privacy setting on its site that addresses a problem that no longer exists.
Monero Privacy Protections Aren’t as Strong as They Seem
Researchers point out serious gaps in the privacy promises of stealth cryptocoin Monero.
Inside Fort Gordon: Where Next-Gen Cyber Troops Are Trained
What's happening at the US Army's new cyber branch headquarters marks a change for Fort Gordon. Hell, it might be changing warfare itself—all through a computer screen.
Guccifer 2.0's Slip-Up Shows That Even Elite Hackers Make Mistakes
No matter how much mystique a hacker persona has, the individual or group behind it inevitably makes operations security errors sometimes.
Reddit Bans, Atlanta Ransomware, and More Security News This Week
Reddit bans, Atlanta ransomware, and more of the week's top security news.
Everyone Knows How to Secure Elections. So Do It
With $380 million in the spending bill earmarked for securing digital elections, the time for talk is over.