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Domestic disinformation thrives amid declining trust in US institutions

Millions of Americans who already struggle to keep pace with the daily barrage of news are now getting accustomed to another challenge that’s only becoming more complicated: weaponized misinformation.

Hackers can still steal wads of cash from ATMs. Here's the vulnerabilities that could let them in.

If exploited properly, one of the vulnerabilities the researchers found in Nautilus Hyosung America ATMs would allow attackers to essentially empty the machines of cash, according to researchers.

DEF CON’s aerospace village looks to satellite hacking to improve security in space

Nyan-Sat is one of a number of workshops taking place this week as a part of DEF CON’s aerospace “village,” where hackers can flex their skills with other security researchers from around the world.

Researchers found another way to hack Android cellphones via Bluetooth

These exploits, one of which takes advantage of a zero-day vulnerability, could also allow hackers to send fake text messages if manipulated properly, researchers found.

Religious, political leaders in Togo allegedly targeted with NSO Group spyware

Religious and political opposition leaders in Togo were targeted last year with spyware developed by Israeli software surveillance firm NSO Group, according to researchers at Canada-based Citizen Lab.

Here's how Army Cyber Command plans to take on information warfare

The final goal of the ten-year plan is to get ARCYBER to be able to outsmart and outmaneuver adversaries in the information space — in concert with other U.S. operations against them in other domains.

Islamic State propaganda efforts struggle after Telegram takedowns, Europol says

The Islamic State terrorist group is reportedly struggling to regain a foothold on mainstream social networks amid tighter controls from technology firms and ongoing attention from the U.S. military.

Burglars expose Walgreens customer data in a different kind of breach

Walgreens suffered a robbery wherein the data of 70,000 customers were stolen by the assailants from multiple stores in late May and early June.

CISA confirms hackers are exploiting F5 flaw on federal and private networks

CISA said it had responded to at least two hacking incidents at U.S. government and private-sector organizations that exploited a critical vulnerability in enterprise software.

European police bust Polish gang suspected of hacking and stealing cars

German and Polish police agencies announced Wednesday they had dismantled a Polish criminal network accused of stealing dozens of cars by breaching the keyless systems used to start the vehicles.

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