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Columbine Survivors Reflect, and Reckon With Specter of Future Shootings

By JULIE TURKEWITZ

On the 20th anniversary of the Colorado school shooting, survivors gathered to remember their classmates who were killed. Several said they now worry about their own children.

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He Stopped a Global Cyberattack. Now He’s Pleading Guilty to Writing Malware.

By PALKO KARASZ

Marcus Hutchins, a British security researcher credited with halting a huge outbreak of ransom software in 2017, accepted United States charges over previous activity.

20 Years After Columbine, Schools Have Gotten Safer. But Fears Have Only Grown.

By DANA GOLDSTEIN

The panic of mass shootings has ramped up efforts to secure schools. But anxieties remain high, even as federal data shows that schools are less violent.

Russians Breached Florida County Computers Before 2016 Election, Mueller Report Says

By MICHAEL WINES

Investigators say at least one county government was penetrated, and malware was planted at a Florida maker of election devices. The state says the elections “were not hacked.”

β€˜Infatuated’ With Columbine: Threats and Fear, 20 Years After a Massacre

By JULIE TURKEWITZ and JACK HEALY

The frenzied hunt for an armed woman drove fears that Columbine still had the power to captivate would-be attackers, and that the community would never be free.

Big Companies Thought Insurance Covered a Cyberattack. They May Be Wrong.

By ADAM SATARIANO and NICOLE PERLROTH

Citing a rarely used ‘war exemption,’ insurers say they aren’t responsible for the 2017 NotPetya attack.

Retro Report: 20 Years After Columbine, What Have We Learned?

By CLYDE HABERMAN

A horrifying mass shooting that unfolded onscreen in real time has become a recurring nightmare with a well-worn script.

Malware Arrest Exposes Security Gaps at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago Club

By ZOLAN KANNO-YOUNGS, KATIE ROGERS and ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

The arrest of a woman with a malware-laced device revealed the challenge of protecting a president who prefers a resort over Camp David.

Woman From China Carrying Malware Arrested After Entering Mar-a-Lago

By FRANCES ROBLES

Federal authorities have arrested a 32-year-old Chinese woman who allegedly made false statements when she sought to enter Mar-a-Lago over the weekend.

Chinese Dissidents Feel Heat of Beijing’s Wrath. Even in Canada.

By CATHERINE PORTER

She thought she would be safe in Toronto. Then she began speaking out against the Chinese government and became the victim of a lurid smear campaign.

How to Protect Your Smart Home From Hackers

By RACHEL CERICOLA

Smart home devices can make life more convenient, but may put you at risk of being hacked. Ensure your safety with a few simple measures.

How to Protect Your Smart Home From Hackers

By RACHEL CERICOLA

Smart home devices can make life more convenient, but may put you at risk of being hacked. Ensure your safety with a few simple measures.

Microsoft Seizes Websites It Traces to Iranian Hackers

By KAREN WEISE

By taking control of the sites, Microsoft can stop future cyberattacks and monitor how infected computers were compromised.

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