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Stolen Equifax Data Hasn’t Been Sold Online, Raising More Questions Than Answers

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Photo: Mike Stewart (AP) In 2017, consumer credit reporting agency Equifax suffered one of the largest data breaches in history, exposing extensive personal information on
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Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

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Photo: Cliff Owen (AP); Photo: Alex Jordan; Illustration: Gizmodo / Apple; Screenshot: Journal of Clinical Investigation A good rule of thumb if you’re going to
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Dual UPnP-Chromecast Exploit Allows Hacker to Hijack Devices, Force Any YouTube Video to Play

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A Google Chromecast Ultra.Photo: Gizmodo Hackers have discovered a bug that allows attackers to seize control of Google’s Chromecast media streaming player, making it possible
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Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

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Illustration: Sam Woolley (Gizmodo) / Photo: N. Phillips (NIST) / Illustration: Chelsea Beck (Gizmodo) / Illustration: Jim Cooke (Gizmodo It’s the final stretch of 2018,