How Apple Pay Buttons Can Make Websites Less Safe

Apple Pay itself is safe. But the way websites implement it can cause serious...

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Apple Gives Hackers a Special iPhone—And a Bigger Bug Bounty

The company’s sometimes rocky relationship with security researchers just got a whole lot smoother.

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How a 10-Year-Old Desk Phone Bug Came Back From the Dead

Avaya patched a problem hackers could exploit in phones. But the bad code never went away.

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Hidden Algorithm Flaws Expose Websites to DoS Attacks

Why throw a bunch of junk traffic at a service, when all it takes to stall it out is just a few bytes?

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US Exchanges Race to Launch Regulated Physically-Delivered Bitcoin Futures
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US Exchanges Race to Launch Regulated Physically-Delivered Bitcoin Futures

The race to launch regulated physically-delivered bitcoin futures is back on for three US-regulated trading platforms after one of them hit a snag with the country’s derivatives regulator, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. Two other exchanges are racing to launch similar products this year. Also read: SEC Commissioner: US Could Draw Crypto Policy From These Countries Ledgerx Approved for Swaps, Not Futures Three...

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