TechBytes: Sands Hacked, Google

Las Vegas' Sands websites were hacked.
3:00 | 02/18/14

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Transcript for TechBytes: Sands Hacked, Google
Topping today's tech -- a high profile hack attack Las Vegas Sands website are back online this morning a week after they were shot down by a hack. Investigators still aren't sure who was behind the attack. Your Google password may soon be more secure Google is working on a security system that wouldn't need -- -- that humans can't hear but -- Smart phone cam on the phone would recognize the signal and send a message back to the computer. Verifying the user's identity. We'll barely a week. After its creator pulled the -- -- app apple and Google are cracking down on flapping -- both companies are rejecting new apps with the words flat -- and it. And house of cards -- burning up the broad -- one cable operator says 16% of its Netflix subscriber streamed at least one episode of the show's new season during a ten hour period on Friday. And those -- tech -- I'm Marcy Gonzales.

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