Uber suffered a data breach in 2016, but didn't tell anyone - instead, it seems the company paid the hackers to help to hush it up.
"Lawmakers shouldn’t allow Facebook to regulate itself. Because it won’t."
The proposal would put curbs on Section 702, but will it pass?
The code repository will warn you about insecure dependencies
The regulator is telling parents it's up to them to destroy the things
The attack doesn't require the targeted to be paired to the attacker’s device, or to be in discoverable mode
Vulnerabilities: keep them secret as a weapon against the bad guys or tell the world so we can all get patched?
The Amazon Key smart-lock vulnerability means you could be opening up your home to random strangers
From hackers spreading ransomware via RDP and how crooks break into Gmail to Facebook’s ex-president admitting they exploited “vulnerability in human psychology”, and more!
The trouble began when authorities came knocking, wanting to listen in on organised crime
Verified user badges are not an endorsement and and you can't be sure they'll always be there
The flaw was reported in August 2017 and mistaken for a “convenience enhancement”
It does all the things you'd expect a password manager to do - without the cloud.
We analyse the latest security goings on in the world of Mr. Robot...
Crooks love to get into your network and wander around as if they were on your IT team. Here'e one good reason why you want to stop them!
The first 100 characters are in the registry, and you don't even have to bother with that if you have a backup app. How very Snapchat!
The retailer doesn't know much yet, beyond the fact that encryption wasn't working in some devices, in some stores, for some amount of time.
A Vietnamese security company called Bkav claims it successfully bypassed Face ID authentication on Apple’s flagship iPhone X using - wait for it - a mask.
Misuse of the technology is going to rise right along with the popularity of voice apps, says a recent study.