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Original Article by TechSling Weblog: The last thing you want to see in your inbox is an obviously forged email posing as your favorite online … The post The 411 on Forged Emails first appeared on TechSling Weblog.

What if, in 2020, wearable devices did not care about how many steps you took, and instead were concerned with your real-time emotional state? With networked devices tracking hormone levels, heart rates, facial expressions, voice tone and more, the I...

 A report from Science shows that academic paper piracy site Sci-Hub is not a niche product catering to cheapskates and isolated mad scientists: It’s as popular as it is illegal, and its millions of users span the globe, from Tehran to Bos...

Late last week, a hacker named Orange Tsai wrote about how he hacked into Facebook under the aegis of its bug bounty program. A bug bounty is when a company pays hackers for vulnerabilities they find, providing the company with real-world threat test...

In a biannual transparency report, Facebook has revealed that 60 percent of the data requests it gets from world governments includes a gag order. That means they include non-disclosure directives that prevent the company from telling the user about.

 Waze has responded to security concerns raised yesterday in a Fusion report documenting an exploit found by UC Santa Barbara researchers. In short: it’s legit, but not as dire as it’s made out to be. The exploit leverages the Waze f...

Buenos Aires-based football team, Club Atletico Tigre, has taken an unusual step in managing access to its stadium. The club is considering offering its fans an implantable microchip that would grant them faster access through the gate turnstiles.