New rules signed by the president last week change the way the NSA is able to share raw intelligence data with other intelligence community agencies.
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Claims of a security hole in WhatsApp’s messenger app were shot down by WhatsApp, which called the allegations false.
Researchers recently identified a phishing campaign set up to lure unsuspecting Netflix users into giving up their credentials and credit card data.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers have reintroduced the Email Privacy Act, a bill that would curb law enforcement’s warrantless searches of email stored on third-party servers for over 180 days.
A database of 3.3 million Hello Kitty users tied to a 2015 breach surfaced over the weekend exposing thousands of minors to potential credential theft.
Data purportedly belonging to 1.5 million members of the video gaming community ESEA, or the E-Sports Entertainment Association League, was leaked over the weekend.
Security experts are warning of an active phishing campaign that utilizes PDF attachments in a novel ploy to harvest email credentials from victims.
Open MongoDB databases are being targeted by criminals who are deleting the contents and asking for a ransom.
Confidential documents and data belonging to Box.com users were accessible via search engine queries. Box.com has “fixed” the issue.
A security researcher claims that data belonging to doctors deployed in the United States Special Operations Command was left unsecured online.