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Hack Brief: TalkTalk Now Says Hackers Only Hit 4 Percent of Its Users

Hack Brief: TalkTalk Now Says Hackers Only Hit 4 Percent of Its Users

The company’s worst fears about its hacker attack may have been overblown.

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CIA Email Hackers Return With Major Law Enforcement Breach

CIA Email Hackers Return With Major Law Enforcement Breach

Hacking group Crackers With Attitude says it gained access to more than a dozen law enforcement tools.

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Zerocoin Startup Revives the Dream of Truly Anonymous Money

Zerocoin Startup Revives the Dream of Truly Anonymous Money

After years of development, the perfectly anonymous cryptocurrency Zerocoin is finally showing signs of life, now as a stealthy startup.

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New Bill Would Force Cops to Get Stingray Warrants

New Bill Would Force Cops to Get Stingray Warrants

Eventually even local law enforcement agencies may have to get a warrant before they can use stingray spying devices.

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Signal, the Snowden-Approved Crypto App, Comes to Android

Signal, the Snowden-Approved Crypto App, Comes to Android

One privacy app to rule your calls, and in the darkness encrypt them.

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Hackers Claim Million-Dollar Bounty for iOS Zero Day Attack

Hackers Claim Million-Dollar Bounty for iOS Zero Day Attack

A middleman for hacking techniques has announced a taker for its million-dollar iOS hacking bounty.

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Security News This Week: Cops Accidentally Leaked Footage From License Plate Readers

Security News This Week: Cops Accidentally Leaked Footage From License Plate Readers

Each Saturday we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless.

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Tor Just Launched the Easiest App Yet for Anonymous, Encrypted IM

Tor Just Launched the Easiest App Yet for Anonymous, Encrypted IM

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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EU Parliament Clears a Path to Give Snowden Asylum

A narrowly-passed resolution calls on European states to protect America’s most-wanted whistleblower.

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Turns Out Police Stingray Spy Tools Can Indeed Record Calls

Turns Out Police Stingray Spy Tools Can Indeed Record Calls

New documents confirm longstanding suspicion that stingrays can intercept and record contents of mobile communications.

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