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More than 350,000 Apple users in China affected by malware attack

Apple prides itself on iOS’s anti-malware security and iPhone users frequently use this to bash Android’s issues with malware, one which affects numerous Android users. That may all change, however, as researchers at Palo Alto Networks have discovered a new program, known as WireLurker, that may prove to be a
Police can now force you to unlock fingerprint-protected devices

The Fifth Amendment states that “no person shall be compelled in any criminal case to be a witness against himself,” which protects memorized information such as passwords and codes, but according to Mashable, a Circuit Court judge in Virginia has ruled that those protections don’t extend to fingerprints, which can
Verizon’s “perma-cookies” are a massive privacy concern

Do you work hard to maintain your privacy on your smartphone, using third-party tools such as Don Not Track? Well if you’re a Verizon subscriber, those efforts probably aren’t doing you any good because, as reported by Wired, the telecommunications giant has been modifying some of its cellular web traffic
The Russians could be launching cyber attacks against US banks

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced on Wednesday that it is currently working with the Secret Service to investigate a new wave of cyber attacks that have been directed at financial institutions in the United States, including JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the United States by assets. The
CIA director apologizes for spying on the Senate

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has admitted that a few of its officers accessed Senate computers improperly, read the emails of the Senate staff, and exhibited a severe “lack of candor” when they were interviews by agency investigators. This is all according to a CIA inspector general’s declassified report. The
Orlando TSA Agent

The United States is comprised of fifty states and the District of Columbia, which is the nation’s capital. This is something that the vast majority of American’s learned in elementary school. However, it seems that a Transportation Safety Administration agent at the Orlando International Airport must have missed that lesson.
German NSA Investigation

The chairman of the German parliament’s NSA investigative committee, Patrick Sensburg, is considering having his group use old-fashioned, manual typewriters when creating important documents. Since this process would forego the use of digital technology, and only a physical copy would exist, it would be nearly impossible for the NSA to
American Police State

We don’t pick sides when it comes to politics. Thankfully (and unfortunately) this particular issue doesn’t seem to have a “side” to take. It would seem that the whole government is heading into a police state mentality. Most videos that have to do with police state, New World Order, and