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Clearview AI, the company that's scraped billions of images to build a facial recognition system, is getting sued again.
COVID-19 testing kits, Hydroxychloroquine and PPE - it's all for sale on the dark web.
Windows 10 release 2004 is out, with a slew of new features, including several updates to its security and privacy.
Maps, weather, searches et al. suck up location data in the background, even if Tracking is turned off. Arizona says it's consumer fraud.
Ransomware's changed a lot over the years - here's a peek into a criminal gang's current toolbox...
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Roberto Escobar says a FaceTime eavesdropping bug led to his address being leaked, assassination threats, and being forced into hiding.
A critical security flaw in Android could be used by attackers to “assume the identity” of legitimate apps in order to carry out on-device phishing attacks, say researchers.
Apple's current round of updates have been officially anounced in the company's latest Security Advisory emails.
How many vulnerabilities lurk inside the open source libraries that today’s developers happily borrow to build their applications?
The dogfood version of the recently updated app shows multiple references to encryption for RCS, the feature-rich successor to SMS messaging.
Apple’s latest iOS versions have only been out for a week, but there's already a jailbreak available.
7 internet giants, including Mozilla, Reddit and Twitter, asked the House to do what the Senate narrowly missed doing: protect browsing history.
Docker has fixed a vulnerability that could have allowed an attacker to gain control of a Windows system using its service.
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From virtual machine ransomware to changes in Signal secure messaging - and everything in between. It's your weekly roundup time.
In a recent attack, Ragnar Locker ransomware was seen encrypting victim's files while shielded from security software inside a virtual machine.
Signal decouples its secure messaging service from your phone number - a bit.
The first phase of Apple and Google's contact tracing framework allows public health authorities across the world to connect their apps with data that could help them identify people at risk from coronavirus.
This week we discuss a customer who went to Subway for a sandwich and left with a stalker, demon printers and the things you should patch now. I host the show this week with Sophos experts Mark Stockley, Paul Ducklin and Greg Iddon. Listen now! LISTEN NOW Click-and-drag on the soundwaves below to skip to […]