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DDoS For Hire, a CIA Card Game, and More Security News This Week
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WIRED tackled the big questions in security this week, starting with maybe the biggest: Why do so many people use “dragon” as their password? The answer actually says a lot about the psychology of passwords, and how those popular password lists are made in the first place. And there’s a whole lot more. Another surprising […]

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Toys 'R' Us Liquidation News Will Be Transient For Toy Makers
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By Valuentum analysts Image Source: Hasbro There’s nothing like the announcement of a customer’s possible liquidation to send shares of suppliers tumbling. That’s what happened when Toys ‘R’ Us announced that it may have to cease operations as nobody appears to be coming to the rescue. Hasbro (HAS), Mattel (MAT), and JAKKS Pacific (JAKK) may […]

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Facebook, Twitter Take New Steps to Combat Fake News and Manipulation
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Facebook and Twitter both revealed on Friday more about how they plan to deal with the spread of fake news and propaganda on their services. Facebook said that it would ask its users to tell it which news sources they read and trust to help it decide which ones should be featured more prominently. These […]

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Meltdown, Spectre, Malicious Apps, and More of This Week's Security News
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The fallout of the widespread Meltdown and Spectre processor vulnerabilities continued this week. WIRED took an in-depth look at the parallel sagas that caused four research teams to independently discover the bugs within months of each other. Dozens of patches are now floating around to try to defend devices against attacks that might exploit the […]

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