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Meet Canberra's 'lady tradies' taking to the tools to fight gender discrimination

They are the women taking a blowtorch to barriers and a saw to stereotypes, but even in 2017 tradeswomen are pioneers, making up less than 2 per cent …

A New "CRISPR Pill" Makes Bacteria Destroy Its Own DNA

Targeted and Edible<p>As antibiotic resistance continues to grow, scientists are desperately trying to figure out how to best fight bacterium like</i> …

Her novel The Fountainhead is one of the few works of fiction that Donald Trump likes and she has long been the darling of the US right. But only now do her devotees hold sway around the world<p>As they plough through their GCSE revision, UK students planning to take politics A-level in the autumn can …

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This Ransomware Unlocks Your Files For Free If You Read CyberSecurity Articles

Ransomware has been around for a few years, but in last two years, it has become one of the fastest growing threats to businesses and users across …

It's official: Russia tampered with the 2016 election via hackers

The United States formally accused Russia of tampering with the 2016 election.<p>According to a joint report by the FBI and Department of Homeland …

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San Francisco Muni hacker gets hacked back

Revenge is sweet, but irony is sweeter. Apparently, the hacker who infiltrated San Francisco’s Muni transportation system late last week fell victim to his own horrible personal cyber hygiene.<p>According to security reporter Brian Krebs, a separate individual infiltrated the Muni hacker’s own email …

Tor-enabled Android smartphone prototype is heavy on security

A developer at the famed anonymous communication software network, Tor, wants to show the world that Android can be much more secure than it is right now. The developer, Mike Perry, has released a prototype, which he nicknames “Mission Improbable”. It uses the Copperhead OS as its basis and also …