There is “a glimmer of light” despite the Senate’s move to reauthorize Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, says the ACLU.
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The breach is the latest piece of bad publicity for the popular Chinese handset maker.
A recently discovered Dridex campaign had a few peculiar characteristics, including the use of FTP instead of HTTP.
A massive mobile espionage campaign has been collecting troves of sensitive personal information since 2012, according to a new report from the Electronic Frontier Foundation and security firm Lookout.
Intel says its firmware updates for Meltdown and Spectre are causing additional reboots and hits to performance.
Enterprise applications from Oracle and others could be becoming juicier targets for attackers.
Mozilla and a coalition of state U.S. attorney generals have filed federal lawsuits in hopes of reinstating net neutrality.
Researchers at ICEBRG found four malicious extensions in the official Google Chrome store that affected more than 500,000 users.