Nothing in America is safe from prying eyes, unless it's the government.
Articles tagged "security"
The past few months have seen the culmination of years of work by authorities to dismantle privacy laws.
Each time we determine that “security” outweighs privacy interests, a hazardous precedent is set.
All of these devices need to be on the internet to operate and Shodan – a privately developed search engine – has been busy sniffing them out.
Reportedly, the drone was about five miles off the coast of Haifa before it was shot down by a missile launched from an F-16.
The vast majority of hack attacks in 2012 were done with low-tech methods.
Some bitcoin services are more likely to comply with authority than your wish for privacy.
What is the future of secure communication? A quantum internet, of course.
Open-source banking charges upward.
Today, as the second bubble slowly deflates, the network has evolved from curiosity to necessity, and as such is under greater threat than ever before.
We exaggerate the good or the bad in relationships all the time. And we do it as a matter of survival.
The solution "caters to every side," the company says.
The ever-present fear of leaving your account logged in.
Take your shoes off and shuffle past the problem, please.
With the world's economy so reliant on GPS, it's time to beef up security.
This was a computing disaster of common concern, with the ability to do common harm.
Whether or not you’ve been following the saga of cyber security millionaire and bath salt aficionado John McAfee, you’re going to want to check out his new blog, The Hinterland.
Try to steal a helicopter now.
The government has decided it needs to beef up the ranks of its digital defenses. It’s assembling a league of extraordinary computer geeks for what will be known as the “Cyber Reserve.”
The Sunday Times previously reported that said drone transmitted pictures of sensitive Israeli locations before being shot down, and now Iranian leaders claim that did indeed happen.
Twenty years ago, the Feds would’ve hunted down a warrant, taken their time to cover all sides of the investigation, and then given the busted hackers a good slap on the wrist. Today, it’s a mess of warrantless wiretapping, expedited trials, and hard…
The Internet is a vast, powerful, dangerous, fun, scary, wonderful place. And because of those six adjectives, it a place best visited with parental supervision. At least, that’s what the government thinks.