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7 CLEAR-CUT SIGNS TELL YOU HACKERS IN YOUR COMPUTER

By Kim Komando
Smart hackers isn't easy to be uncovered, who enter your device, steal everything they want, and leave without trace. However every walk has to leave footprint, even if it's very light, but not nothing. Ordinary people usually haven't strong idea to detect hackers. Computers, phones, mobiles, and down to the innocent webcam are all weak to cyber-criminals. So what if they've already broken in, here are 7 clear-cut signs that you've been hacked. Never miss them...
By Kim Komando  View Source  
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Two Hackers Have Found How to Break into Hotel-Room Locks
When you read a story talking about security vulnerability that may risk millions of hotel rooms, never think it's just a story. Your and your family's privacy may leak from these rooms if only you have chance to stop hotels. A ridiculous case was as early as 2003, 15 years ago, an guy in a a hacking conference in Berlin found his laptop was stolen and there was no evidence of force entry. Yes, his room's keycard-operated lock got hacked. As a matter of fact, hacker are much stronger than that age, no hotel room is safe now...
By Gulliver  View Source  
Artificial Intelligence is Helping Bosses Spy You
You may not read every word of your employment contact before signing. At AI era, the file probably includes new articles related to your privacy. When you get the job, it means you consents to sort of surveillance by modern IT or AI technology. For example, Amazon has patented a wristband that tracks the hand movements of workers; Workday, a software firm, crunches around 60 factors to predict which employees will leave. Your boss can know you more than yourself...
By The Economist  View Source  
Apple Strong Principles Bend to Chinese Police State
Apple officially moves its Chinese iCloud operations. At this moment who will believe that Apple protects encryption keys from China? Starting Wednesday, iCloud customers in China will be transferred to China, housed in a center operated by a Chinese company. In fact some people start to delete private data from iCloud since a debate between Apple and FBI 2 years ago. In general, if anyone dislikes FBI, he or she is easy to go with enemies of FBI. Apple possibly will gain more customers who trust China rather than America...
By Marcio Jose Sanchez  View Source  
Apple and FBI Agree to End Encryption Battle
Two years after the FBI failed to let Apple hack into a phone used by one of the San Bernardino murders. Apple has been highlighted for protecting customers' privacy, even if the customer killed dozen of Americans and FBI needs more clues to safe innocent man and woman. Is this dispute really an issue about customers' privacy? Since 2018 Feb, Apple moves all iCloud data of Chinese customers to China. It refused FBI to hunt terrorists but leave a backdoor for Chinese Government. It's not to keep privacy but trade privacy...
By Elizabeth Weise  View Source