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The 25 Best Passwords Of 2012, According To Hackers

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This could easily be remembered as the Year of the Data Breach. Big corporations like Yahoo!, Bank of America, LinkedIn, Visa, and Barnes & Noble all fell victim to massive hacker attacks, putting customer data in jeopardy and reminding everyone that identity theft is one of the fastset growing crimes...
The 25 Best Passwords Of 2012, According To Hackers

Being wary of handing over personal details to websites isn't 'outrageous' | Joanna Geary

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A Whitehall adviser has been slammed for telling people to make up data. But less anonymity doesn't equal more securityPoor Andy Smith. As a digital security adviser at the Cabinet Office, you'd think he'd be safe offering up a bit digital security advice at a digital security conference.But instead, the...
Being wary of handing over personal details to websites isn't 'outrageous' | Joanna Geary
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Guess Which Nine SA 100 Winners Will Speak At IGNITION

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"Cool" is a nebulous term. But every year Business Insider's tech reporters tackle the challenge of ambiguity to churn out the Silicon Alley 100, a list of New York's "coolest" techies. Among well-known figures -- serial CEO Mike Lazerow, PR impresario Brooke Hammerling -- emerging innovators populate the list, like...
Guess Which Nine SA 100 Winners Will Speak At IGNITION

Google, Microsoft and Yahoo fix serious email weakness

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Google, Microsoft and Yahoo have remedied a cryptographic weakness in their email systems that could allow an attacker to create a spoofed message that passes a mathematical security verification. The weakness affects DKIM, or DomainKeys Identified Mail, a security system used by major email senders. DKIM wraps a cryptographic...
Google, Microsoft and Yahoo fix serious email weakness

THE SILICON ALLEY 100: The Coolest People In New York Tech This Year

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In the past few years, New York City has become a tech hotspot. And while it hasn't had any LinkedIn or Facebook-size exits, it has produced a few IPOs and near-billion-dollar acquisitions. It's become the home to some of tech's most promising new companies, from Etsy to Makerbot to Kickstarter....
THE SILICON ALLEY 100: The Coolest People In New York Tech This Year

RealLifeConnect adds Sina Weibo support to its NFC-based event platform

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RealLifeConnect has developed a platform for using Near Field Communication tokens to drive social media engagement at real world events, and it is now jumping into the Chinese market by adding support for Sina Weibo’s API. The startup works with companies to provide event goers with NFC cards that are...
RealLifeConnect adds Sina Weibo support to its NFC-based event platform

Google Headhunter's Recruitment Email Reveals Huge Email Security Flaw

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Zachary Harris (LinkedIn) When mathematician Zachary Harris received an email from a Google headhunter asking if was “open to confidentially exploring opportunities” with the search giant, Mr. Harris was skeptical. He checked the email’s headers, the thicket of traffic data hidden in every message we receive, and saw that though...
Google Headhunter's Recruitment Email Reveals Huge Email Security Flaw

Intellectual Ventures nuclear engineer emerges at stealthy energy startup SuperCritical Technologies

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Chal Davidson, the former lead engineer at TerraPower, the nuclear reactor startup backed by Intellectual Ventures and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, has emerged at the helm of a new startup company by the name of SuperCritical Technologies. According to a description on Davidson’s LinkedIn page, SuperCritical is setting out to...
Intellectual Ventures nuclear engineer emerges at stealthy energy startup SuperCritical Technologies
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