A couple of Aussie units in NSW have been charged for dipping their knobs into the database jar and trying to sell the info on the dark web. Continue reading
Overnight Twitter had a series of high profile accounts, including Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Kim Kardashian, breached in order to post a tweet asking for donations to an anonymous Bitcoin wallet. Continue reading
The Apple Mail app on macOS stores encrypted emails in plaintext inside a database called snippets.db.
The attacker gained access to the server by exploiting an insecure remote management system left by the datacenter provider while we were unaware that such a system existed.
Google confirms its new security system may unlock a person’s device even if their eyes are shut.
Galaxy S10 users should turn on some alternative security features as Samsung works to address a major flaw with the device’s in-screen fingerprint sensor.
U.S. Attorney General William Barr, acting U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Kevin McAleenan, U.K. Home Secretary Priti Patel and Australia’s minister for home affairs, Peter Dutton, have co-signed an open letter to Facebook calling on the company to halt its plan to roll out e2e encryption across its suite of messaging products
Woah, hang on here am I about to defend Facebook?????
I don’t understand why these governments need them to leave things wide open if we can break the laws of mathematics like ex-PM Malcolm Turnbull suggested?
What was the line again?
“The laws of mathematics are very commendable, but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia.”
Yeah, so in other words, they want that backdoor in if end-to-end encryption continues to roll out because all their intercepts likely can’t read jack shit.
A former Yahoo software engineer pleaded guilty yesterday to hacking into the personal accounts of over 6,000 Yahoo users, in search of sexual images and videos.
CafePress recently discovered that an unidentified third party obtained customer information, without authorization […] this may have occurred on or about February 19, 2019.
Developers of the LastPass password manager have patched a vulnerability that made it possible for websites to steal credentials for the last account the user logged into using the Chrome or Opera extension.