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Some foods can be kept in your fridge and pantry for longer than you expected.

14 foods that can last longer than you think

It's usually easy to spot when food has gone bad, but some foods have the potential to last past their expiration date if they're stored correctly.

Working from home? Here are the steps all workers and companies should take to avoid cyberattacks, according to experts

The increase in web apps used by companies for online work and virtual meetings will inflate hackers' potential targets.
Fast-food orders don't have to be simple.

Chefs share 7 ways to hack fast-food orders to make them even better

You can upgrade some of your favorite fast-food menu items using just a few ordering tricks and ingredients you might have at home.

Hackers attacked a US health agency’s computer system in an attempt to slow down its COVID-19 response

The National Security Council tweeted Sunday night that rumors circulating about a national quarantine were "FAKE."
Frozen veggies are a great addition to instant ramen.

14 instant ramen hacks that will make it taste even better

Instant ramen can make a great lazy meal, but adding things like Sriracha, peanut butter, eggs, or veggies can make the simple dish even tastier.
Johns Hopkins University maintains a coronavirus dashboard that's one of several safe options for keeping up with the spread of the virus.

Hackers are using these fake coronavirus maps to give people malware

Cybersecurity researchers have identified several fake COVID-19 tracker maps that infect people's computers with malware when opened.

The Israeli spyware firm accused of hacking WhatsApp is now claiming Facebook disregarded international law as the legal battle between the 2 companie...

Facebook is suing NSO Group for allegedly exploiting WhatsApp in order to carry out mass surveillance.

Email scammers are taking advantage of coronavirus fears to impersonate health officials and trick people into giving up personal information

The World Health Organization has released an advisory warning people to avoid fraudulent emails about the coronavirus.

Clearview AI, the controversial facial-recognition company partnering with police, says its entire customer list was stolen in a breach

Clearview markets its services to law-enforcement agencies and has previously avoided disclosing the identities of its clients.

This browser tool uses AI to fix an exploit even Mark Zuckerberg is afraid of

Privacy-minded people cover up their webcams with paper. This tool provides a more high-tech solution to protect against webcam spying.