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Is Your Car Vulnerable To Getting Hacked?

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August 7, 2014
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According to two renowned security researchers, certain 'smart' cars are more vulnerable to getting hacked than others. Video provided by Newsy


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Yahoo! Mail Gets Hacked Months After Target Data Breach

Yahoo! Mail Gets Hacked Months After Target Data Breach

TheStreet (Jan. 31, 2014) — Yahoo! Mail is the latest high-profile site to get hacked. Following similar data breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus, Yahoo! announced its mail site had been hacked but that customer information had not been stolen. Yahoo! says it suspects a third-party database was hacked and the company is working with authorities to determine who is behind the theft of emails and passwords. This isn't the first time Yahoo! has had a cyber attack - the company was a target multiple times in 2012. Video provided by TheStreet
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Microsoft To Drop Windows XP Support Tuesday

Microsoft To Drop Windows XP Support Tuesday

Newsy (Apr. 7, 2014) — Microsoft will stop providing service updates for Windows XP on April 8, leaving XP machines vulnerable to hackers. Video provided by Newsy
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ATMs May Be at Risk from Lack of Windows XP Support

ATMs May Be at Risk from Lack of Windows XP Support

Reuters - Business Video Online (Apr. 7, 2014) — On April 8, Microsoft ends its Windows XP support, which has caused some concern that ATMs that use the operating system may be vulnerable. Vanessa Johnston reports. Video provided by Reuters
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Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP, Leaves ATMs Vulnerable

Microsoft Ends Support for Windows XP, Leaves ATMs Vulnerable

TheStreet (Apr. 8, 2014) — In what's being called the death of Windows XP, Microsoft will no longer provide support for the operating system beginning today. Without Microsoft's security updates, computers running on XP will be left vulnerable to viruses and cyber attacks. That includes many of the nation's ATMs and small businesses still running on Windows XP. Microsoft is advising that XP users upgrade their current PC to run on Windows 8.1 if possible. If not, Microsoft encourages users to shop for a new computer. Video provided by TheStreet
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