On January 1, China's Cryptography Law becomes effective.
Shortly after Jeffrey Epstein's August death in a Manhattan detention facility, a shadowy figure claiming to have set up encrypted servers for the convicted sex offender told several attorneys and the New York Times he had a vast archive of incrimi
Savvy shoppers know that Black Friday presents some of the best deals of the year on pricey electronics like TVs.
Apple has made strengthening privacy protections a central part of its brand. But critics increasingly warn that the iPhone maker may be using privacy as a guise for anti-competitive behavior.
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The developer claims that GRIN's protocol, Mimblewimble, is "fundamentally flawed," and unfixable, even going as far to say that the Mimblewimble-based cryptocurrency "should no longer be considered a viable alternative to Zcash or Monero whe
The Information Technology-Information Sharing and Analysis Center wants to create a coordinated vulnerability disclosure program that could alert vendors about security flaws in their voting systems.
Senior government officials in multiple U.S.-allied countries were targeted earlier this year with hacking software that used Facebook Inc's WhatsApp to take over users' phones, according to people familiar with the messaging company's investigation.
It was an unremarkable Wednesday afternoon when our nanny texted my wife and me asking if we were speaking through one of the Nest cameras in our house. We both replied that we were not.
Alabama-based DCH Health System said it has paid off the hackers behind a ransomware attack that severely disrupted operations at three hospitals beginning on Tuesday morning, according to a Saturday report by Tuscaloosa News.
Google's Project Zero recently reported the issue, which the Signal maintainers have now fixed.
The growth in popularity of cryptocurrencies has, in many ways, outpaced the infrastructure built to support it.
(Natural News) In case we needed another reminder of how terribly things can go wrong when we place too much trust in technology, an attack on the computers of a healthcare system in Wyoming forced a hospital to transfer patients and cancel surgeries
Nobody reads terms of service agreements. Guard puts a computer to work reading them for us.
It was just another boring workday at the municipal offices. Maybe this employee hadn't even had his second cup of coffee. Still groggy, he opened an email that seemed mundane. He clicked a link. And just like that, the town of Lake City Flor
Hacking Starbucks WiFi with a Raspberry Pi and Kali Linux
oogle, which is owned by Alphabet Inc, and its YouTube video service will pay $170 million to settle allegations that it broke federal law by collecting personal information about children, the Federal Trade Commission said on Wednesday.
Google is using an opaque system to "leak" personal information about its users to outside companies, according to new research by rival web browser Brave.
For years, an enduring mystery has surrounded the Stuxnet virus attack that targeted Iran's nuclear program: How did the U.S. and Israel get their malware onto computer systems at the highly secured uranium-enrichment plant?
he number of local government entities in Texas affected by a ransomware attack is now up to 23. In a release Saturday afternoon, the Texas Department of Information Resources said the local governments reported the attacks Friday morning. The majori
CYBER PANIC Google warns BILLIONS of website passwords have been hacked – how to check yours now
New Varenyky trojan records videos of users navigating adult sites. Currently targeting only French users.
WhatsApp flaw could let hackers alter your quoted messages and change the words you appear to have sent to your friends