NATO Group Catfished Soldiers to Prove a Point About Privacy

With $60 and a few fake Facebook accounts, researchers were able to identify service members in a military exercise, track their movement, and even persuade them to disobey...

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The Imperfect Truth About Finding Facts in a World of Fakes

It used to make sense to believe something until it was debunked; now, it makes sense to assume certain claims are fake—unless they are verified.

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What Is Credential Stuffing?

What happens to all those emails and passwords that get leaked? They’re frequently used to try to break into users’ other accounts across the internet.

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Chinese Surveillance, Facebook Tracking, and More Security News This Week

3-D printed rifles, Iran missile hacking, and more of the week’s top security news.

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Trump Declared an Emergency Based on Data That Doesn’t Exist

As he declared a national emergency Friday, President Trump repeatedly dismissed statistics and reports produced by his own government.

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Hacks, Nudes, and Breaches: It's Been a Rough Month for Dating Apps

Trouble at OKCupid, Coffee Meets Bagel, and Jack’d have made February a bad stretch for romantics online.

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