Our today's weekly news digest covers three stories about the mistakes coders make when programming robots, the way other people exploit those design flaws, and then the reckoning
Facial recognition algorithms can track your movements with amazing accuracy. But if you know how they work you can trick them.
Kaspersky Lab joined hands with the Dutch police to arrest the criminals behind the CoinVault dangerous ransomware.
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Kaspersky Lab's researchers have found that Russian-speaking Turla APT group is exploiting satellites to mask its operation ant to hide command-and-control servers.
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