Where does it stop?
Articles tagged "security"
Vint Cerf says “privacy may actually be an anomaly”, while chairman Eric Schmidt wants to “encrypt everything”. Is Google hedging with users and government?
We really need to get better at smartphone security.
Introducing Safeplug, a new hardware adapter for Joe and Jane Schmoes looking to keep their IP addresses and web habits private.
It's really time to pick better passwords, guys.
The obsession with encryption and data has influenced art for centuries.
The NSA's subversion of the internet could expose more personal data to malicious hackers than ever before.
Data is the currency of surveillance, and it's not just the NSA and GCHQ looking to cash in.
It's a good time to be in the “ransomware” game.
The iPhone finger scanner might be a good idea after all.
How to DIY your internet experience.
Guy Fawkes' quartered remains are rolling in whatever ditch they were tossed in.
The media's coverage of the NSA proves that its greatest bias isn't towards Democrats or Republicans—but towards institutional power itself.
An artificial intelligence startup is automating the eyes.
Is this McCarthyism 2.0?
A live map of DDoS attacks as they happen.
A recent simulation of systemic attacks shows markets need more security.
It's small beyond comprehension, but that number might be the key to future digital security.
Is it an evil clown or Aunt Martha trying to pinch your cheeks?
Last night, Levison sat down for a conversation on Lavabit's unraveling. Watch the video.
You're Sending Postcards on the Internet and We're Building Envelopes: A Chat with Vikram Kumar, CEO of Kim Dotcom's Mega
Kumar says his company can promise users security in a post-Snowden world. Up to a point, of course.
Internet oversharing has officially spun out of control.
70 percent of the civilian contractors for the US intelligence community have been sent home without pay.