Son of Canadian jailed in China on espionage charges hopes for Trudeau’s help – Toronto Star

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Aug 262016
 

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Son of Canadian jailed in China on espionage charges hopes for Trudeau's help
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OTTAWA—The son of a Canadian man jailed in China on espionage charges is hoping Justin Trudeau's upcoming visit to the East Asian country will help his father's case — but Simeon Garratt is not getting his hopes up. The prime minister has vowed to …
Why Justin Trudeau's trip to China mattersMacleans.ca

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We challenged Samsung and BlackBerry over their Android security … – TechRadar

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Aug 262016
 

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We challenged Samsung and BlackBerry over their Android security …
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Samsung's Galaxy Note 7, the BlackBerry DTEK50 and another phone are currently fighting it out to be the most secure Android device.

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C&C Servers? Too Risky! Android Botnet Goes with Twitter Instead – BleepingComputer

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Aug 252016
 

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C&C Servers? Too Risky! Android Botnet Goes with Twitter Instead
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For the first time ever, researchers have detected an Android botnet leveraging a Twitter command-and-control (C&C) account to manage communications across all enslaved devices. Lukáš Štefanko, a malware researcher at Slovakian security firm ESET, …
Android botnet relies on Twitter for commandsComputerworld
Is your Android phone being controlled by a rogue Twitter account? Botnet is first to receive commands via tweetsZDNet
Twitter-Controlled Android Botnet DiscoveredInfosecurity Magazine
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We ignore computer security alerts up to 90% of the time, study says … – CNET

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Aug 252016
 

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We ignore computer security alerts up to 90% of the time, study says …
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Humans aren't so good at multitasking, even if one of those tasks is reading a security alert and the other is watching a video.
We ignore computer security alerts because we're terrible at multitaskingthejournal.ie
Computer security alerts ignored 90 per cent of the timeLaptops.co.uk

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