Privacy experts are arguing this week the FBI isn’t doing enough to safeguard the treasure trove of facial recognition photos in its possession.
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Facebook has patched a vulnerability in its desktop and mobile Messenger apps that allows an attacker to modify chats and expose victims to malware and fraud.
TeamViewer continues to refute claims this week it was hacked and instead claims that password reuse and careless user actions may have led to a scourge of hacks.
The FBI proposal to keep its massive biometric database private is opposed by privacy activists who are demanding more time to review the request.
Yahoo today disclosed the contents of three National Security Letters it received in 2013 and 2015, becoming the first company under reforms afforded by the USA FREEDOM Act to do so.
A federal judge granted a defense motion in the case of a Vancouver teacher charged with possession of child pornography, excluding evidence gathered by a FBI network investigative technique that exploits an unpatched hole in the Tor browser.
The coalition behind CanaryWatch.org, a database of warrant canaries, has decided to no longer accept new submissions, nor monitor existing canaries for changes.
The FBI warned its business partners of the risks associated with KeySweeper, a device hidden in a USB wall charger that sniffs keystrokes from Microsoft wireless keyboards.
Facebook paid researcher Arne Swinnen a $5,000 bounty for a pair of authentication vulnerabilities in Instagram that enabled brute-force attacks against usernames and passwords.
Mozilla filed a motion asking the courts to compel the government to turn over details on a zero-day vulnerability in the Tor Browser used to hack visitors to a child pornography website.