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Samsung's 110-inch Ultra HDTV is the world's largest, and it goes ...

Samsung's 110-inch Ultra HDTV is the world's largest, and it goes ... | IT Security Tips | Scoop.it
Samsung promised at CES in January that it would deliver a 110-inch UHDTV this year to dwarf its already-gargantuan 85-inch model and with just a couple.
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NSA's top hacking unit intercepts mail-order electronics, can 'get the ungettable' - Geek

NSA's top hacking unit intercepts mail-order electronics, can 'get the ungettable' - Geek | IT Security Tips | Scoop.it
Politico NSA's top hacking unit intercepts mail-order electronics, can 'get the ungettable' Geek We all live and sleep under the knowledge that, in physical terms, we are only ever really protected from random crimes, and that if somebody wanted to...
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7 Cyberthreats of 2014 - Tom's Guide

7 Cyberthreats of 2014 - Tom's Guide | IT Security Tips | Scoop.it
7 Cyberthreats of 2014
Tom's Guide
No matter what new technology 2014 brings, you can be sure there will be people who find new ways to twist it to criminal and harmful purposes. What should you look out for in 2014?
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Snapchat Downplays Phone Number Matching Hack, Says It's ...

Snapchat Downplays Phone Number Matching Hack, Says It's ... | IT Security Tips | Scoop.it
Following security researchers publishing a way to match Snapchat usernames to phone numbers, Snapchat has published a skimpy statement making the hack sound..
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Adobe Reader Virus Attacks XP Users

A new virus has been discovered affecting Windows XP users with an out of date version of Adobe Reader! Thor tells us the best way to protect ourselves.
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7 sneak attacks used by today's most devious hackers - IDG News Service

7 sneak attacks used by today's most devious hackers IDG News Service This has long since been fixed by Microsoft, but its discovery and exploitation by early hackers laid the groundwork for inventive ways to hide viruses that continue to evolve...
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