The developers of Tails and a video player targeted by Facebook and the FBI in an operation to catch a child predator are still in the dark about how the feds hacked the software.
Messages allegedly sent to Encrochat users warned of a law enforcement takeover. Europol said it won’t comment on "ongoing operations."
She Was Lured into Sex Slavery Through Facebook. Now She Wants to Stop Mark Zuckerberg From Making Victims ‘Invisible.’
A shareholder activist group wants Facebook to take steps to protect children from sexual abuse before implementing end-to-end encryption.
The cost of an annual license for the online version of GrayKey increased to $18,000, according to emails obtained by Motherboard.
Random numbers are hard to come by, and growing crystals inside normal computers could be one way to get them.
Feds are once again demanding encryption backdoors, but its own data shows it can extract data from phones without them.
We are talking about decrypting iPhones yet again because we live in hell.
A bipartisan coalition of lawmakers this week worked overtime to vilify encryption, oblivious to the fact that weakening encryption standards will put the public, and the internet, at risk.
Mozilla's letter comes after Motherboard published a Comcast lobbying document, in which the ISP pushed back against a form of browsing data encryption.
MPC, an encrypted phone company Motherboard revealed as being created by organized crime, "put him on a plate for the Moroccans to pull the trigger."
Motherboard has obtained a leaked presentation internet service providers are using to try and lobby lawmakers against a form of encrypted browsing data.