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US Authorities Find 50TB Trove of Stolen Government Files
Authorities are attempting to prove that a former government contractor leaked them to hacking groups.

Web Services Work to Stabilize After Massive DDoS Attack
"Our engineers are still investigating and mitigating the attacks on our infrastructure," Dyn says.

Suspected LinkedIn Hacker Arrested
Czech police have detained a man wanted in connection with criminal cyber attacks on US targets.

Millennials Increasingly Duped by Tech Support Scams
Fifty percent of those who were duped by customer-service scams last year were millennials, Microsoft finds.

ExpressVPN (for Android)
ExpressVPN has 1,000 servers spread across the globe, making it a strong competitor, but it's undercut by a comparably high price and few additional features.

Don't Get Scammed by Digital Crooks
The feds in the US seem incapable of stopping these phone and pop-up scammers; protect yourself.

Report: UK's Secret Surveillance Programs Were Illegal
Government data collection programs violated EU rules, a tribunal found.

Wikileaks: Ecuador Cut Off Assange's Internet Access
Julian Assange lost Internet access on Saturday following Wikileaks' publication of Hillary Clinton's speeches.