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10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Audi Recalls 850,000 Cars Over Airbag Software Flaw
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Feds examining medical devices for fatal cybersecurity flaws
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: NOAA is having major weather satellite data feed issues
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Belkin routers around the globe unable to connect to the Internet
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: India probes identity card for monkey god Hanuman
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Machine Tasked with Getting Rid of Spam Could End Humanity
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: The Exascale Revolution
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Dangers of an IT monoculture
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: IoT as a Hazard: Smart Meters prove vulnerable
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Hackers' Attack Cracked 10 Financial Firms in Major Assault
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Cyberattack on JPMorgan Raises Alarms at White House and on Wall Street
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: The Unpatchable Malware That Infects USBs Is Now on the Loose
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: ComputerCOP: dubious "Internet Safety Software" given to US families
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: iOS 8.1 plugs security hole that made it easy to install emulators
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: "Cisco, Oracle find dozens of their products affected by Shellshock"
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: "Mayhem malware spreads through Linux servers via Shellshock exploits"
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Bug in Bash shell creates big security hole on anything with *nix in it
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Samsung printer sniffers
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Twitter Sues U.S. Government Over Data Disclosure Rules
10:06pm, 24th October 2014: Dozens of European ATMs rooted, allowing criminals to easily cash out

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