The Firefox browser will now deny TLS connections to servers using weak Diffie-Hellman keys.
Browsing Tag: Privacy
Academics from Stanford and Princeton release an online tool called Footprints that correlates browsing history with Twitter feeds to reveal a users identity.
The latest on the Yahoo breach, Germany’s problem with WhatsApp-Facebook, Facebook’s osquery tool for Windows, and Zerodium’s $1.5M iOS bounty are all discussed.
A number of Democratic Congressional leaders wrote Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer a letter seeking answers about the breach of 500 million customer records.
A German privacy regulator issued an order this week prohibiting Facebook to stop collecting user data on German WhatsApp users.
The massive Yahoo breach, this week’s Security of Things Forum, Mamba ransomware, and Google Allo are discussed.
Google released its smart messaging app called Allo, but a decision to log chats indefinitely has privacy advocates worried.
A complaint filed with the FTC alleges unfair and deceptive practices on the part of WhatsApp, which has decided to share phone numbers and data with Facebook.
Apple rushed an emergency iOS update that patches three zero days being exploited in spyware sold to oppressive governments to monitor human rights activists and journalists.
Tor updated its software to 0.2.8.7 and fixed a number of issues, including a bug in the ReachableAddresses option that possibly degrades anonymity.