An Anonymous YouTube Video Has Started a Battle in the Secretive Secure Phone Industry
"Secure phone" companies are fighting with each other after someone posted a video claiming to hack one of the devices.
Florida Cop Bought Powerful Phone Malware That Can Intercept Emails and WhatsApp
In the first known case of a U.S. regional agency purchasing malware, a Florida Department of Law Enforcement officer bought FlexiSpy.
The Activist Developer Who Helps Journalists Protect Data and Sources
Harlo Holmes helps journalists learn how to use the anonymous whistleblower platform SecureDrop and how to stay safe online.
A Spyware Company Audaciously Offers ‘Cyber Nukes’
Aglaya, one of the many firms trying to jump on the surveillance gold-rush, is now offering ridiculous capabilities that it compares to a nuclear strike, including at trade shows attended by government agencies.
Lebanese Government Hackers Hit Thousands of Victims With Incredibly Simple Campaign
Security researchers uncover several years-long espionage and hacking campaigns, pinpointing them to a specific building in Beirut, Lebanon.
Go Ahead and Put Your Password on a Post-It Note
Many are shaming the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency for keeping passwords on post-its, but the practice isn’t always a terrible idea.
Google’s Confusing Gmail Security Alert Looks Exactly Like a Phishing Attempt
Security researchers say the legitimate email is training people to have bad email hygiene.
After More Than a Decade, Wi-Fi Security Finally Gets a Major Update
WPA3 promises better authentication, stronger encryption and protection for open networks.
FBI Hacker Says Apple Are 'Jerks' and 'Evil Geniuses' for Encrypting iPhones
An FBI forensic expert lambasted Apple for making iPhones hard to hack into.
FBI Shows Arrest Video Of Dark Web Kingpin Who Died By Suicide in Police Custody
At a cybersecurity conference, the FBI aired a video showing the arrest of AlphaBay’s Alexandre Cazes.
How to Protect Your Home Router from Attacks
A comprehensive guide for choosing and setting up secure Wi-Fi.
Facebook Is Disrupting North Korean Hacking Operations
The company's announcements came on the heels of the US government’s public accusation blaming the North Korean government for WannaCry.
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