Elon Musk Wonders: Does the Company that Fought the FBI in Court to Prevent Giving it the Text Messages of Terrorists Hate Free Speech Because It Stopped Giving Me Money?
Apple's App Store monopoly is a problem. Where it spends its advertising money isn't.
Ciphr, a company popular among organized criminals, plans to make dramatic changes to how sellers can distribute its encrypted messaging app. The move comes after weeks of uncertainty of the company's next move.
A group of cryptography enthusiasts have been able to crack the code of a series of encrypted newspaper ads linked to a rescue expedition in 1850.
Motherboard is publishing parts of the code for the Anom encrypted messaging app, which was secretly managed by the FBI in order to monitor organized crime on a global scale.
Paul Krusky played a crucial role in the development of encrypted phone firm EncroChat. Now he has been arrested in the Dominican Republic.
A U.S. authored document obtained by Motherboard says that the unnamed country that was vital to the FBI being able to read messages from its honeypot phone company Anom was a “European Union member country.”
Sanctions, censorship, and digital roadblocks have dramatically changed how Russians use the internet since the invasion of Ukraine.
Motherboard has obtained files showing that Anom shipped more devices into the United States than previously understood.
Brian Acton is taking over as Moxie Marlinspike steps down as Signal's CEO.
Documents reviewed by Motherboard, including thousands of pages of Anom messages, show that the FBI's backdoored Anom phones collected more data than the content of messages.
Videos, documents, and other files obtained by Motherboard show how the company functioned as an entity in its own right.
Zoom users are now eligible to apply for a compensation of $25 or $15 depending on whether they were paid subscribers or not.