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After Breach, Verizon Drops Yahoo Purchase Price by $350M
Verizon's acquisition of Yahoo is now valued at approximately $4.48 billion, down from $4.8 billion.



Expert: Trump Cyber Policy Could Be 'Remarkably Boring'
Bush-era DHS official suggests White House cyber security order could be remarkably pedestrian.



Parents Advised to Destroy My Friend Cayla Dolls
German watchdog tells parents to destroy the insecure doll so as to keep their kids safe.



Eric Schmidt: I Was Skeptical About AI at First
'I have been proven completely wrong,' the former Google CEO told the crowd at RSA.



New Attack Busts Android for Work
Skycure debuted an attack that uses Android features to expose sensitive corporate information.



GOP Lawmaker Backs 'Red Line' on Political Hacking
Rep. Michael McCaul says Russian attacks on the US election need to be taken very seriously.



Yahoo Notifying People About 'Forged Cookie' Attacks
The forged cookies allowed an intruder to access accounts without entering a password.



Security Firm Loses Bid to Suppress Unflattering Test Results
CrowdStrike wanted to stop NSS Labs from publishing its findings, but a judge threw out the case.



Wickr Releases Crypto Protocol on GitHub
The code powering Wickr's enterprise product is now available to be picked over by anyone.



Microsoft: Security Industry Must Be 'Neutral Digital Switzerland'
Brad Smith says the security industry must become a check against nation-state cyber attacks.