Citizen Lab details new hacking campaigns against high-profile Tibetans using iPhones and Android smartphones.
Sources and a document show how Google bars nonprofits from telling activists in certain countries about their products.
The notorious and controversial Israeli hacking and surveillance tools vendor NSO Group has launched a big marketing campaign with a new website and Google ads.
This week on CYBER, we talk to the people who concocted a bold sting operation to unmask an undercover agent.
The UAE was found to be blocking LGBTQ content using a pre-set category in Netsweeper's software. Amid pressure from rights groups, the company says it's disabled that category.
We’re living in the golden age of spyware and government hacking, with companies rushing to join a blossoming billion dollar market. The weakest among us—activists or journalists—will suffer the consequences if we don’t regulate it appropriately.
A source managed to see Israeli surveillance vendor NSO Group’s powerful iPhone malware up close. Despite a wave of highly controversial customers, the company appears to be popular worldwide.
A new report by digital human rights researchers reveals that the infamous spyware Pegasus, made by NSO Group, has traces in 45 countries around the world, including the United States.
Netsweeper is blocking content in 30 countries, according to a new report from Toronto-based research group Citizen Lab.
Last year, authorities told residents of a Muslim-populated part of China to install JingWang, an app that scans for certain files. Now, researchers have found it transfers the collected data with no encryption.
Psiphon, a Toronto-born app, has seen a 1,650% increase in downloads.