Visa and MasterCard announce plans to discontinue password use on 3D Secure, Verify by Visa and SecureCode secure payment platforms.
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A new piece of ransomware called CoinVault offers to decrypt a single file for free in hopes of encouraging victims to pay the ransom.
The Senate will vote on the USA Freedom Act, a bill aimed at limiting the NSA surveillance and spying dragnet, in this lame-duck session of Congress.
Retail trade groups are urging Congress to pass a law that would enforce data breach notification rules uniformly across industries without exemption.
A serious vulnerability in a popular Belkin router could be exploited by a local, unauthenticated attacker to gain full control over affected devices.
DigiCert explains why it issued a signed certificate to Facebook’s .Onion Tor domain, noting it may offer more hidden services certs in the future.
Facebook’s latest transparency report shows that U.S law enforcement agencies requested more user information from the social network in the first six months of this year than ever before.
Hacking Team joins the choir of critics, including GCHQ and the FBI, rallying against anti-surveillance and privacy advocates, who, they say, aid criminals and terrorists.
UPDATE – Facebook has entered the hidden services with a new .onion site that will let Tor Network users sign into the world’s (second) most populace social network.
AOL claims it received between 0-999 FISA court orders and between 0-999 National Security Letters between January and June in its latest transparency report.