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Why Is The Government Terrified Of This Hacker?

This episode is brought to you by Dashlane; Try Dashlane Premium free for 30 days at www.dashlane.com/infographics and never forget another password and keep all your online accounts secure! With cybercrime on the rise governments around the world have seriously… Continue Reading

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Hacking The Last-Minute Holiday Gift Rush | NBC News NOW

Hacking The Last-Minute Holiday Gift Rush | NBC News NOW
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How Did These People Hack The Government?!

How Did These People Hack The Government?!

According to an article in the New Yorker in 2014, the term hack in relation to technology came about in the 1950s. Back then, it had more benign connotations, mostly meaning working on a technical solution to something. Then in… Continue Reading

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DEF CON 24 – Chris Rock – How to Overthrow a Government

DEF CON 24 – Chris Rock – How to Overthrow a Government

>>So our first speaker of the day is Chris Rock. So Chris spoke last year in my speaking track, gave an excellent talk and it was only twenty minutes long but it was phenomenal. You guys are in for a… Continue Reading

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Why It’s So Hard For The Government To Hack Your Phone

Why It’s So Hard For The Government To Hack Your Phone

The US government is unable to hack iPhones that use an encryption standard they helped create. Oh the irony. Hi haxors, Julian here for DNews. Way way back in 2001, the National Institute of Standards and Technology announced their new… Continue Reading

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U.S. puts sanctions on N. Korean hacking groups behind global cyberattacks

U.S. puts sanctions on N. Korean hacking groups behind global cyberattacks

the US Treasury Department placed sanctions on three hacking groups controlled by North Korea for their part in major global cyberattacks this comes ahead of possible Pyongyang Washington nuclear talks later this month so how would the move affect the… Continue Reading

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NPR’s Exit Interview With President Obama | Morning Edition | NPR

NPR’s Exit Interview With President Obama | Morning Edition | NPR

Thanks for joining us one more time; I really appreciate it. Great to be with you, Steve. Over my shoulder here is Theodore Roosevelt. In 1884, Theodore Roosevelt was frustrated about an election and wrote a letter saying the voice… Continue Reading