Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#100 Google tells the FCC its secret airborne network is nothing to worry about
In an FCC filing, Google has told the US government that it believes its secret airborne network won't interfere with any existing networks and won't harm any people or animals. Google has been hoping to perform a "two-year nationwide test" of the network and recently addressed some concerns people had raised about it.
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#100 Google tells the FCC its secret airborne network is nothing to worry about
#99 Video: PulseSecure VP says multi-factor authentication won't kill the password
#98 NSA, GCHQ used open source software to spy on Israeli, Syrian drones
#97 HSBC fights off DoS attack on its internet banking systems
#96 Android bugs made up 10 percent of Google's $2m bounty payouts - in just five months
#95 CenterPOS: An Evolving POS Threat
#94 Kaspersky DDoS Intelligence Report for Q4 2015
#93 Mozilla Firefox 44 update fixes critical vulnerabilities
#92 LG closes data-theft hole affecting millions of G3 smartphones
#91 Putting the spotlight on firmware malware
#90 Huawei upgrading Danish cable broadband network to 1Gbps by 2017
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