For months, the Times has been exposing the phone numbers of soldiers who criticized the war as well as the numbers of potential family members.
The FBI somehow obtained the IP address of someone who allegedly visited an ISIS-related site on the dark web. The DOJ is blocking discussion of the issue from entering the public docket.
The “Augury” platform includes highly sensitive network data that Team Cymru, a private company, is selling to the military. “It’s everything. There’s nothing else to capture except the smell of electricity,” one cybersecurity expert said.
Members of SIM swapping communities have moved from hacking into offering assault, shootings, and bombings in exchange for payment.
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.
Mudge says he found that Twitter virtually didn't monitor for insider threats, that employees turned off security updates, and that the company's data centers ran out of date software.
Pretty Good Phone Privacy, or PGPP, is a novel new system that attempts to separate your phone usage from your identity.
The wholesome Canadian chain caused a scandal when its privacy violation was revealed, and now it's proposing a free coffee and a baked good as restitution.
Apple killed the iPod, so I had to find an alternative. I tested an iPad Mini to see if it was up to the job.
Recently released documents how HSI has helped local police by using location data harvested from ordinary apps.