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FTC Slams Tech Support Scammers
Cybercrime
DoJ Warns Apple Encryption Can Kill
Mobile Security
Private Webcams Fodder for Web Site
Network Security
Microsoft Fixes Windows Server Flaw
Windows Security
Feds: TRUSTe Deceived Consumers
Viruses & Malware
Home Depot Up Despite Breach
SSL/TLS Certificates To Get Easier
BlackBerry, Samsung Join on Security
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Mega Data Centers Are Taking Over
China Accused of Hacking NOAA
Android's Lollipop Upgrade Is Sweet
Privacy Protections Unite Carmakers
Microsoft Buys Israeli Security Firm
Microsoft Patches 19-Year-Old Bug
Cybercrime Central Is Low-Key Office
AWS re:Invent Debuts Cloud Solutions
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Using Internet-connected devices without strong passwords is inherently risky, as illustrated by reports that a Russian Web site is showing live footage from thousands of people's webcams.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
Doctor Who had K-9, the robot dog that accompanied him on adventures through space. Now, Mountain View has K5, a 5-foot-tall, 300-pound robot security guard patrolling in the Bay Area.

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
To better its customer service, Comcast is pulling out at least some of the stops. The cable giant has launched an app so you can track the cable guy in real time. It's designed to ease customer frustration.
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