Cyber-security experts have found an “extremely serious” bug that may pose an even greater risk than the recent Heartbleed bug, and could affect hundreds of millions of computers worldwide…

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Forget intelligence gathering. Financially motivated cybercrime is booming behind the Great Wall.

China has become infamous for politically motivated intelligence gathering, but new research from Trend Micro shows that a financially motivated, politically independent cybercrime underground is alive and growing behind the Great Wall, as well…

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Canada Revenue Agency says Canadians will not face penalties if they’re late in filing their 2013 tax returns as a result of the ‘Heartbleed’ bug that forced the shutdown of the agency’s website…

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The odds of having a lost cellphone returned are just a little better than 50/50, while the chances of it being probed by its finder are close to 100 per cent, according to the results of an experiment conducted in six Canadian cities…

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Thanks to the NSA, everyone all of a sudden cares about their privacy more than they used to. But most of us aren’t doing a good job of locking it down. Here are just a few of the things we all tend to do that leak private information to friends, strangers, businesses, and ad companies…

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