The new, dead-simple software—still in beta—promises to protect both the content and origin of instant messages from surveillance.
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The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, also known as the federal anti-hacking statute, has been used to prosecute a growing list of non-hacking behavior.
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Pogue’s error-filled column on automotive security reporting is not just wrong, it’s dangerous.
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Days after hackers reveal they’d broken into CIA director John Brennan’s AOL account, WikiLeaks has obtained and leaked a selection of his files.
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ISIS is destroying the ancient city of Palmyra. Now a new group hopes to virtually preserve it with files created by imprisoned activist Bassel Khartabil.
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The hacker who allegedly broke into CIA Director John Brennan’s private AOL email account tells WIRED how he did it.
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