According to a recent survey, 86 percent of health apps had at least two critical vulnerabilities and 55 percent of health app users expected their apps to be hacked in the next six months.
Browsing Tag: Privacy
Mike Mimoso and Chris Brook discuss the week in news: How the Dutch are opening encryption with open arms, the end of support for IE 8, 9, and 10, and the latest bounty offered up by Zerodium.
Roughly 320,000 Time Warner Cable customers are being urged to change their email passwords this week after the company announced Wednesday that hackers may have gained access to them.
Government officials in the Netherlands this week released a statement that actually calls for stronger encryption and rejects backdoors entirely.
Google announce it would, by default, begin giving HTTPS preference in search engine rankings.
Facebook is at odds with a security researcher over a number of Instagram vulnerabilities that allowed the researcher to access SSL and other private keys, as well as user and employee data.
Thirteen million MacKeeper user records were found in a publicly accessible database.
Some Twitter users are being warned that their accounts may be involved in state-sponsored hacks.
Moxie Marlinspike’s Open Whisper Systems released Signal Desktop, a desktop version of Signal end-to-end encrypted messaging application.
Details of a National Security Letter attachment were publicly shared, revealing the FBI covets not only telephone and Internet records, but also location data.