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UCR researchers uncover new hacking methods to steal personal information

This October, UCR computer science researchers successfully accomplished side channel GPU attacks using direct and cross computational stacks, or in layman’s terms, indirectly used...

ASUCR discusses future of UCR food security, moves to reduce meal...

The sixth ASUCR meeting of the Fall quarter occurred Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 6:36 p.m. to discuss current efforts made by student organizations to...

Chinese consulate phone scam hits UCR

Scammers claiming to be from the Chinese Consulate targeted UCR faculty and staff with phone calls during during the week of Oct. 1. This...

Facebook must better protect user data from exploitation by third parties

The recent and complex scandal involving Cambridge Analytica’s use of 50 million Facebook users’ ill-gotten data has, understandably, left many with concerns about the...

IE schools develop advanced surveillance measures

Written by: Cydney Contreras  In the Inland Empire, new technologies are being used to protect students and staff. These new technologies include security systems that...

UCSB shooting opens old wounds

Four people — two suspects and two UC Santa Barbara (UCSB) students — have been hospitalized after a domestic disturbance and shooting incident was...

Editorial: UCPD and Riverside must do more to stem campus violence

We students have gotten somewhat accustomed to the idea that Riverside isn’t the safest place after dark. Once the clock chimes four, many of...

UCR research on surveillance aims to improve security

A new study on surveillance cameras conducted by researchers at UC Riverside may help streamline the efficiency of surveillance systems at a time when...