Major telecoms like AT&T and Verizon continue to lag behind in the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s annual “Who Has Your Back” report.
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A group of researchers claim that they found a handful of vulnerabilities in both Apple’s OS X and iOS, and cracked the Keychain service that the company uses for apps and sandboxes on OS X.
Authorities from six different nations worked on Tuesday to apprehend 49 suspects connected with carrying out a complex phishing scheme dubbed Operation Triangle.
A bug in the standalone mail client for both iOS and OSX could allow an attacker to load external HTML and make it easy to carry out convincing phishing attacks on unsuspecting users.
Developers behind the banking Trojan Vawtrak have begun obscuring some of their servers with Tor2Web, a move that’s added another level of difficulty when it comes to uncovering their activity.
A new set of memos uncovered by Edward Snowden and shared with both the New York Times and ProPublica this week reveal how the Obama administration upped its search for hackers and expanded its warrantless surveillance program.
The latest campaign to leverage Skype – a botnet circulating adware, composed entirely of Skype users – was recently disrupted by researchers.
The developer behind Tox, a ransomware-as-a-service tool that only surfaced late last month, acknowledged he’s over his head and will sell the platform off.
Privacy advocates are calling on Mozilla to better deploy Tracking Protection, a technology that offers more stringent privacy and speeds up page loads by blocking requests to tracking domains, in its Firefox browser.
Facebook announced early Monday that has adopted OpenPGP encryption and will let users post their public keys on their profile.