Mozilla released a new version of Firefox on Wednesday to address a zero day vulnerability that was actively being exploited to de-anonymize Tor Browser users.
Browsing Tag: Privacy
Vulnerabilities in UberCENTRAL, a portal used by businesses to facilitate rides, could have leaked the names, phone numbers, email addresses, and unique IDs.
A lobbying organization sent a letter to President-Elect Donald Trump, asking him to support the expansion of strong encryption and reform government surveillance activities.
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.
Small Bluetooth-enabled trackers from TrackR, iTrack and Nut are the latest connected devices to pose a privacy risk to users.
The dangers of Skyping and typing, the fingerprint warrant story, hiding credit card numbers in images, and more are discussed.
Yahoo wrote DNI James Clapper asking the government to confirm and declassify an order to scan email for intelligence surveillance purposes.
A research paper explains how attackers can use recordings of keystroke sounds captured in a Skype conversation to guess what’s being typed.
Security experts are reporting popular adult website Adult FriendFinder has been compromised by hackers who have gained access to the site’s backend servers.
Google updated its Transparency Report, reporting a record number of government requests for data, and that it received at least one National Security Letter during the second half of 2015.