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NSA list of spied-on U.S. Citizens to be revealed soon

NSA list of spied-on U.S. Citizens to be revealed soon

Glenn Greenwald has a collection of files he’d like to share with the public. As one of the reporters to first have a peek at and chronicle the documents shared by Edward Snowden, Greenwald isn’t exactly one of the NSA’s best friends at this point. He’ll certainly not be gaining any points of positivity once he releases a list of names of citizens illegally spied on by the NSA.

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Apple devices in Australia hit by rampant ransomware

Apple devices in Australia hit by rampant ransomware

Apple users down under are in distress as they find themselves locked out their devices. Whether it be a Mac, iPad, or iPhone, a good number of Apple users in Australia are unable to use their devices and are instructed to electronically wire money if they ever want to use their smartphone, tablet, or computer ever again.

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eBay hack handling slammed as stolen data allegedly hawked

eBay hack handling slammed as stolen data allegedly hawked

eBay has been slammed by security experts for how it handled notifying users of recent account hacks, with the auction site's decision to send out password change emails criticized for being far too similar to how phishing exploits work. The site recommended that all users change their login credentials after discovering that hackers had raided their databases in mid-Q1, but the method by which it did so may not have been the safest.

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eBay hacked: Passwords reset after servers raided

eBay hacked: Passwords reset after servers raided

An eBay hack has left the online auction site asking all of its registered users to change their password, after its databases were compromised and encrypted login details stolen. Investigation of the hack, eBay says, shows no signs that credit card or other financial information was obtained, but instead a broad selection of personal data including physical address and phone number.

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Samsung plans iris detection and fingerprint mobile blitz

Samsung plans iris detection and fingerprint mobile blitz

Samsung intends to put biometric sensors like the smart home button on the Galaxy S5 on even budget smartphones, aiming to democratize next-gen security while also drive adoption of its KNOX system. While using fingerprints to unlock phones, secure app stores, and authenticate online purchases have traditionally been the preserve of high-end devices like the iPhone 5s, Samsung's goal is to lead the way in pushing them down to entry-level phones and tablets as well, in addition to other technologies.

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Blackshades hacking collective raided

Blackshades hacking collective raided

The hacking collective behind the remote access tool (RAT) called Blackshades has been raided by the FBI and applicable foreign law enforcement agencies. The raids are said by sources to be taking place at the homes of those involved with the software globally.

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