Last week in the Stanford Shopping Center in Palo Alto, California, a robot security guard knocked over a 17-month-old kid and ran over his right foot. The robot, which weighs in at 300 pounds and stands five feet tall, is
School kids aren’t the only ones getting report cards this week.
Rocky Mount police are out in force, visually checking vehicles for valuables left out in the open that could attract thieves. Cars with easily identifiable no-nos are getting a
This week, Whatsapp struck a blow for liberty by adding encryption to the popular messaging service – this foiling the plans of spies, cops and other snoops.
End-to-end encrypted apps mean your messages are safe as they travel – the
The suspects are bloodthirsty and remorseless, but no more so than the general population.
The challenge for investigators is distinguishing from about 300 species of mosquito the dozen or so that present a present danger to humans.
Cutting-edge technology developed
Undercover cyber security agents pose as hackers for their clients and then leave a digital trail that attracts real cyber thieves and allows the undercover party to thwart the attack, according to The Wall Street Journal. The real cyber thieves
Researchers have developed a new keystroke algorithm that can make online authentication processes more secure, reliable and cheap.
The new method hopes to alleviate some of the common issues for internet users including loss of password, growing prowess of
(WGNO) – It’s out with the old and in with the new as prisoners are transferred to the new Inmate Housing Facility Monday.
It’s a new chapter complete with new staff too.
“Dex” is the sheriff department’s new crime sniffing dog.
We’ve heard the warnings for years now to avoid sketchy ATMs, yet folks continue to withdraw from hacked ATMs and later watch helplessly as money drains from their accounts.
Thanks in part to slow adoption of EMV chip smart cards
Bay State drivers are risking the double jeopardy of government spying and identity theft by hackers as toll takers are replaced entirely by electronic tolling on the Massachusetts Turnpike, cybersecurity advocates are warning.
“The government is going to be able
Buying the right memory card can be big ordeal for the non tech savvy among us. It is essential to know that a right memory card could make your phone or camera achieve the optimal performance, while a wrong one
Towards the end of last month, Check Point, an Israeli-based security firm discovered a bug in WhatsApp Web, the PC version of the famous instant messaging and voice calling app, WhatsApp.
However, even before this bug became known to the
CLINTON – The Vespasian Warner Public Library in Clinton will be hosting a program to help patrons protect themselves from identity theft.
This program will show attendees the number of ways financial and confidential information can be stolen and how
SOUTH BEND, Ind. –
Crime Stoppers and Integra came together Saturday morning for a “Shred Identity Theft” event.
It began at 8 a.m. and people could take their personal and business documents to the event to be shredded on-site, for
The way in which stores accept credit cards in person is about to change. If your credit card came with a little gold chip on the front you will notice. When you slide your card in person you will receive
Last year, hackers believed to have Chinese government connections managed to breach the database of the federalOffice of Personnel Management (the agency that oversees security clearances for government employees and contractors), and stole sensitive and often blackmail-worthy information about 21.5
As many as 21.5 million federal employees’ security clearance data has been hacked. The United States government has so far not intimated any of the federal employees whose security clearance data were hacked and the hacking has taken place more
Uber has hired hackers in order for them to conduct well-rounded research on their self-driving cars.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Uber Technologies Inc. hired security researchers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek, who will work in the company’s Pittsburgh
CHARLESTON, SC – Most likely you’re getting new credit cards in the mail. They are embedded with a chip that the banks say, will help stop credit card fraud. But a News 2 Investigation explains flaws with the chip switch.
By sending SMS messages to an OBD2 dongle connected to the dashboard of a Corvette, the researchers were able to pass commands to the car’s CAN bus, which controls a slew of critical functions, including the car’s brakes.