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Wyden and Rubio are eyeing VPN services they say could be instruments of espionage for Russia and China.
How do advanced persistent threat groups such as Double Secret Octopus and Anchor Panda get their ridiculous names?
Referencing the Dalai Lama, the spam campaign is targeting recipients of a mailing list run by the Central Tibetan Administration.
The Remexi spyware has been improved and retooled.
The Department of Justice is looking to dismantle the Joanap botnet, which has been built and controlled by North Korea-linked hackers since 2009.
Japan will carry out a “survey” of 200 million deployed IoT devices, with white-hats trying to log into internet-discoverable devices using default credentials.
Meanwhile, authorities are aggressively going after former users of the Webstresser DDoS-for-hire service.
An emergency directive from the Department of Homeland Security provides "required actions" for U.S. government agencies to prevent widespread DNS hijacking attacks.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has called on the government to double down on data privacy regulation in 2019.
The storage server was left open for about a week and exposed everything from sensitive FBI investigations to data related to patients with AIDS.
A ruling found that coercing suspects to open their phones using biometrics violates the fourth and fifth amendments.
As the shutdown continues into its 21st day, dozens of .gov websites haven't renewed their TLS certificates.
The attacks, targeting several countries to redirect traffic and harvest credentials, have been linked to Iran.
Robert Tibbo discusses being pushed to leave Hong Kong under pressure and efforts made to the Canadian government to grant refugee status to the “Snowden refugees.”
It's not clear why the data release wasn't noticed earlier.
Robert Tibbo discusses the challenges he and his clients face in Hong Kong as the government there targets both in a harassment campaign for aiding Edward Snowden.
As the bug bounty programs begin to roll out in January, security experts worry that the programs miss the mark on truly securing open source projects.
Woman who helped hide Edward Snowden faces uncertain future and says she has no regrets.
The top cybersecurity and privacy trends that biggest impact in 2018.
A look back at the blizzard of breaches that made up 2018.