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People still using weak passwords - these are the most common
The most common passwords have been revealed, as a survey shows many British internet users do not know the best way to protect themselves from cyber crime.
Prisons using tech to trace illegal mobiles to precise cells
Prison staff are using specialist detection equipment to pinpoint where inmates are using illegal mobile phones down to the precise cell, the Ministry of Justice has said.
12,000 pieces of official govt advice added to Alexa and Google Home
Information on public services - from renewing a passport to the state pension - can now be accessed through voice-activated smart speakers and virtual assistants such as Amazon Alexa and Google Home.
NHS cyber attack hero Marcus Hutchins admits criminal charges in US
The British hacker who helped stop the ransomware attack on the NHS has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the US, according to court documents.
'Pointless' rare knee bone makes evolutionary comeback in humans
A small knee bone with "no apparent function", which evolution appeared to have discarded, has made a surprising comeback.