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Michael Kan / ITworld.com:
WikiLeaks: After Russian-made Carberp financial malware was leaked in 2013, CIA borrowed elements of the malware for deployment on Windows systems   —  The CIA's hacking operations allegedly borrowed elements from the Carberp financial malware when the code was leaked in 2013
Apr 8, 2017, 2:00 AMIn context
Paul Krill / ITworld.com:
Stack Overflow survey of 64K developers worldwide: 73.1% say Rust is the most loved language, 66.9% say Facebook's React is the most loved framework   —  The programming community's survey also finds that many developers are newcomers to the field  —  There may be a perception in some circles …
Mar 22, 2017, 11:35 AMIn context
Lucian Constantin / ITworld.com:
Two serious flaws found in TrueCrypt by James Forshaw, a member of Google's Project Zero team   —  Newly found TrueCrypt flaw allows full system compromise  —  A security researcher has found two serious flaws in TrueCrypt  —  Windows users who rely on TrueCrypt to encrypt their hard drives …
Sep 29, 2015, 3:05 PMIn context
Lucian Constantin / ITworld.com:
NY-based health insurer Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield was hacked in 2013, exposing personal, financial, and medical information of over 10M people   —  Cyberattack exposes 10 million records at US health insurer Excellus  —  Hackers gained administrative access to the company's IT systems
Sep 10, 2015, 4:15 PMIn context
John Ribeiro / ITworld.com:
Uber revises privacy policy, asks for users' permission to track location when app is running in background and to access contacts   —  Uber revises privacy policy, wants more data from users  —  Uber Technologies is revising its privacy policy to allow it to access a rider's location …
May 29, 2015, 3:35 PMIn context
Stephen Lawson / ITworld.com:
Boingo uses Wi-Fi and Bluetooth signals at Austin airport to predict security wait times   —  At Austin airport, Wi-Fi predicts how long the security line will be  —  Using signals from passengers' devices, the system collects data that can help travelers plan ahead
Oct 26, 2014, 1:55 AMIn context
Martyn Williams / ITworld.com:
AT&T discloses that SSNs and other personal data for an unspecified number of customers was exposed in April   —  AT&T says customer data accessed to unlock smartphones  —  Social Security numbers were accessed in a bid to unlock smartphones  —  Personal information …
Jun 14, 2014, 1:55 AMIn context
Christina Tynan-Wood / ITworld:
Detroit's tech job growth nearly double the national average, fueled by car industry hires   —  By the numbers: Detroit offers a bright future for technology professionals  —  Metro Detroit's tech job growth was nearly 2x the national average in recent years
Apr 20, 2014, 1:25 PMIn context
Dan Tynan / ITworld:
How Box.com allowed a complete stranger to delete all my files   —  Six months ago the cloud storage service gave control over my account to someone else, who then nuked it.  Fortunately, my data survived.  —  Let me start by saying that I am a bit of a nut about cloud storage.
Oct 24, 2013, 10:00 AMIn context
Zach Miners / ITworld.com:
Programmers at Juniper — not Google or Facebook — rake in the most dough   —  Juniper's average base salary for coders is about $160,000  —  What a lucrative profession coding can be — the best paid software engineers have an average base salary of nearly US$160,000, and they work at Juniper Networks, according to a recent survey.
Oct 18, 2013, 4:20 AMIn context

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