The FriendFinder Network has reportedly been hacked exposing 400 million user accounts of Adult FriendFinder, Penthouse.com and Stripshow.com.
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Academics audited the popular end-to-end encryption app Signal and their findings are encouraging.
Yahoo’s latest SEC filing includes confirmation that it knew attackers were on its network in 2014 and stole information on 500 million accounts.
A phishing campaign is targeting some of the 22 million victims of the massive United States Office of Personnel Management breaches of 2014 and 2015.
Researchers warn commodity Android spyware called Exaspy is being used to target high-profile executives.
Wix websites are vulnerable to reflective DOM cross-site scripting attack that could give attackers control of user’s websites.
The Article 29 Working Party, an EU privacy coalition urges WhatsApp to clarify that user information shared between the company and Facebook is compliant with data protection laws on the books in Europe.
In a move to bolster security for the Chrome browser, Google sets a date for making Certificate Transparency mandatory for website owners.
Apple on Monday rolled out dozens of patches including ones for its recently released Sierra operating system, OS X, iOS 10.1, watchOS, and Apple TV’s tvOS, along with fixes for Safari.