NSA warns about Windows exploit, ignores its own role in creation of malware

In a rare occurrence, the National Security Agency has published a statement urging people to update their Windows systems to protect against the BlueKeep vulnerability, a recently-detailed wormable exploit affecting Windows 7 and earlier.
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Ransomware tool causing chaos in Baltimore was developed by the NSA

A recent spate of ransomware attacks in Baltimore and other cities was executed using a tool developed by the National Security Agency. Thousands of people have been locked out of their computers in the past three weeks.
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Superthin and sleek webcam cover helps protect your privacy in style

The Intelligent Security Camera Cover (ISCC) claims to be the "the world's thinnest, most ergonomic, and seamless mechanical webcam privacy cover.” After browsing the many mechanical camera covers out there, we’re inclined to agree.

US military offers first-ever announcement of cyber attack on ISIS

For perhaps the first time in U.S. history, the Department of Defense has admitted to deploying network-based electronic attacks -- this time against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
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