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Google really wants you to hack its Chromebook

Google is one of several large companies that pay security researchers big bucks to find and (privately) disclose vulnerabilities in its software. Last year alone, the search giant paid out more than $2 million to help make its products safer…

LastPass does more to protect against phishing attacks

Security researcher Sean Cassidy recently discovered a phishing attack against popular password manager LastPass. The incident drew the attention of LastPass which has implemented additional steps to help mitigate the risk.

Dojo monitors your connected smart home for suspicious activity

Smart home gadgets – thermostats, door locks, light bulbs, power monitors, security cameras, smart TVs and so on – afford a level of convenience (some would say laziness) that more and more people are finding worthwhile. As connected devices, they…