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States are understandably nervous about the security of voting machines given both the possibility of Russian interference in the 2016 election and machine makers' own shortfalls. And in Virginia's case, officials aren't taking any ch...

Let the Equifax hate begin.  Not only did the company expose the personal information of 143 million people, including names, Social Security numbers, addresses, birth dates, and even some driver's license numbers. It also turns out that three o...

So Equifax was hacked. Like, badly. But how to tell if you, personally, are affected by the massive data breach? There's a website for that — as long as you don't mind forking over even more information to Equifax.  The credit reporting ag...

Key cards may be a convenient way for hotels to issue room keys, but a bug in one popular model made it convenient to electronically pick the locks. An override code to open doors was programmed into the locks, making them easy to open after a quick...

If you need more evidence that we are living in an increasingly internet-connected world, look no further than a recent software update aimed at making sure 465,000 people with pacemakers don’t have hearts that are vulnerable to hackers. The U.S. F...

Magistrate Judge is more compromised than we first thought. The post More Judicial Conflicts of Interest in the Case of Justina Pelletier’s Guardian Hacktivist appeared first on RedState.

Ten years ago you didn’t have to worry about someone hacking your refrigerator. Today, your personal home assistant is quite literally listening to your every move. Experts believe that in just a few years, there will be over 20 billion devices con...