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Hackers today aren't just trying to break into bank accounts -- they want inside homes, cars or even bodies. And any high tech security or control system can be hacked.
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Public charging stations are popping up in shopping malls, tourist sites and other places. They provide free battery charges for smartphones, but security experts warn there is a risk.
Enjoy being able to turn the lights on and off inside your home from your office or while sitting on the beach? Well the convenience of such high tech homes also comes with high security risks.
You can make it more difficult for hackers to access your online information, but you'll need to change your habits.
A national security document said to report a major cyber-espionage campaign underscores what security experts and political leaders have called this country's greatest threat.
A conversation on your office phone may not be as private you think.
New York Times technology columnist Nicole Perlroth shares tips on how to avoid being hacked.
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