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Say you’re walking down the street and find a USB drive on a bench. Would you pick it up and use it, not knowing what might be on there? NBC 5's Tammy Leitner reports.
They're inexpensive, small and hard to detect. And they can also be outfitted to gather your private information. Read More
Alert from TSA and FBI was sent privately to airlines just days after a security researcher claimed to have hacked into a United Airlines flight. Read More
Motorists drive by traffic lights every day and trust they will work. But NBC 5 Investigates found that as more cities turn to wireless traffic systems, some of those systems are unprotected and open to a cyber-attack. Read More
It’s only a matter of time before someone commits the world’s first cyber murder and anyone that uses smart devices could be a target, NBC5 Investigates has found. Read More
Nearly 16,000 eager hackers of all ages showed up for Defcon 22 at the Rio Hotel. Some of the attendees include white hat hackers (good guys) and black hats (unscrupulous guys). These hackers mingle with National Security... Read More
Ruben Santamarta says satellite systems are "wide open." Read More