WannaCry never went away - it just became less obvious.
Mozilla, Creative Commons and Coil are teaming up to launch a $100m fund to drive out advertising and advocate privacy across the web.
Included are deep details on 7 million minors, one grownup named Julian Assange, and perhaps a few million deceased Ecuadorians.
Don’t be lulled into a false sense of security by that shiny new router or network-attached storage (NAS) device - the chances are that it’s no more secure than its predecessors.
Casey Viner got into a spat over a $1.50 wager in a Call of Duty World War II game that led to the fatal shooting of an innocent man.
According to a new report, nearly 30% of all US calls placed in the first half of 2019 were garbage, as in, nuisance, scam or fraud calls.
Kyle Milliken is back from jail, and he has some advice for you: Do. Not. Reuse. Your. Passwords.
The US has formally sanctioned the Lazarus Group and offshoots Bluenoroff and Andariel, which are allegedly acting on behalf of the DPRK.
"If he's guilty, he'll face the music." Heh.
This time, José Rodríguez came up with a way to trick the iOS 13 beta into showing its address book without the need to unlock the screen.
Google has discovered a flaw in a Chromebook security feature which allows owners to press their device’s power button to initiate U2F 2FA.
The shadowy world of phone-surveillance-for-hire became a little clearer last week following the discovery of a phone exploit called Simjacker.
The Marshall Islands is facing rising seas and financial isolation. But critics say their get-rich-quick cryptocurrency scheme won't work.
From Intel's SSH-stealing NetCAT bug to Mozilla's VPN - and everything in between. It's the weekly roundup.
DNS-over-HTTPS sounds as though it should be safer than plain DNS, because of the "HTTPS" part - but not everyone is delighted about it...
There's another vulnerability in Intel chips, with another catchy name: NetCAT.
Crooks made bogus accounts to buy tickets with fake credit cards, resold them to unsuspecting buyers, and left the database-o-fraud wide open.
Is this week's test pilot launch of Mozilla Private Network the moment browser VPNs finally become a must-have privacy feature?
Fedir Oleksiyovich Hladyr is the first member of the infamous cybercrime network to be found guilty of hacking-related crimes in a US court.
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