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Online account security breaches are seemingly commonplace these days -- just ask LinkedIn or Sony -- and now we can add Yahoo's name to the list of hacking victims. The company's confirmed that it had the usernames and passwords of over 400,000 accounts stolen from its servers earlier this week a

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July 12, 2012 at 2:41PM
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This is not your ordinary rewards program, it's Google's way of paying it forward... to hackers. After celebrating the one year anniversary of its unique initiative this past November -- in which the coding-inclined are compensated for exposing critical flaws across its suite of web services -- th

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Google spent a lot of time yesterday talking up WebGL, but UK security firm Context seems to think users should disable the feature because it poses a serious security threat, and the US Computer Emergency Readiness Team (CERT) is encouraging people to heed that advice. According to Context, a ma

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