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Claims to protect against DDoS, sensitive data leakage Cloudflare has tweaked its web application firewall (WAF) to add protections for applications using large language models.…
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Officials can't tell whether the tape was edited, but fear Kremlin has more juicy bits to release in the future The German Ministry of Defense (Bundeswehr) has confirmed that a recording of a call between high-ranking officials discussing war efforts in Ukraine, leaked by Russian media, is legitimate.…

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When you can't lock 'em up, lock 'em out Opinion The best cop shows excel at mind games: who's tricking whom, who really wins, and what price they pay. A twist of humor adds to the drama and keeps us hooked. It's rare enough in real life, far less so in the grim meat grinder of cybersecurity, yet sometimes it happens. It's happening right now.…
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Misinformation is rife, AI makes it easier to create, and 42 percent of the planet’s inhabitants get to vote this year Feature Two US intelligence bigwigs last week issued stark warnings about foreign threats to American election integrity and security – and the nation's ability to counter these adversaries.…

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