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DoJ Warns Apple Encryption Can Kill
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Microsoft Fixes Windows Server Flaw
Network Security
Feds: TRUSTe Deceived Consumers
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Home Depot Up Despite Breach
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SSL/TLS Certificates To Get Easier
BlackBerry, Samsung Join on Security
AT&T Drops 'Super Cookie' Tracking
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AWS re:Invent Debuts Cloud Solutions
Survey: Users Fear Privacy Eroding
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NETWORK SECURITY SPOTLIGHT
Using Internet-connected devices without strong passwords is inherently risky, as illustrated by reports that a Russian Web site is showing live footage from thousands of people's webcams.

ENTERPRISE HARDWARE SPOTLIGHT
The U.S. Department of Energy has chosen IBM, Nvidia and Mellanox to help it build supercomputers that are many times faster than the most advanced computing systems available today.

MOBILE TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT
Not everyone loves smartphone encryption. But can it be fatal? A Justice Department official reportedly warned Apple executives that strong encryption could lead to a kidnapped child's death.
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