A big bet to kill the password for good

Enlarge Elena Lacey After years of tantalizing hints that a passwordless future is just around the corner, you're probably still not feeling any closer to that digital unshackling. Ten years into working on the issue, though, the FIDO Alliance, an industry association that specifically works on secure authentication, thinks it…

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Advertisement Download the all-new AMD SOftware Radeon Software Adrenalin 22.3.1 driver downloads. Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition is intended to provide players with fully immersive gameplay that is inspired by today's social, connected gaming world, according to the company. If you would want to share or read about other people's user experiences,…

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End of the line finally coming for BlackBerry devices

Enlarge / The Blackberry Torch, the company's first touchscreen phone, is held for display during its debut in New York in 2010. Bloomberg | Getty Images BlackBerry, the company that once dominated smart mobile devices, recently announced that it was finally discontinuing key services that support its phones. As of…

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Google Play apps downloaded 300,000 times stole bank credentials

Enlarge Getty Images Researchers said they’ve discovered a batch of apps downloaded from Google Play more than 300,000 times before the apps were revealed to be banking trojans that surreptitiously siphoned user passwords and two-factor authentication codes, logged keystrokes, and took screenshots. The apps—posing as QR scanners, PDF scanners, and…

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Locked out of “God mode,” runners are hacking their treadmills

Enlarge / NordicTrack owners aren’t giving up the fight just yet. Sam Whitney | Getty Images JD Howard just wanted to watch cloud security tutorials. Howard, a construction industry worker on sabbatical, spent $4,000 on a NordicTrack X32i treadmill, lured in by its 32-inch HD screen and the opportunity to…

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DuckDuckGo wants to stop apps tracking you on Android

Enlarge / Gabriel Weinberg, creator of DuckDuckGo. Washington Post | Getty Images At the end of April, Apple’s introduction of App Tracking Transparency tools shook the advertising industry to its core. iPhone and iPad owners could now stop apps from tracking their behavior and using their data for personalized advertising. Since…

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