Dozens of documents reveal detailed maps and configurations of internal Verizon servers.
Credit card skimmers are getting more advanced - but that's making them easier to detect.
The Boston Red Sox admitted to eavesdropping on the communications channel between catcher and pitcher. Stealing signs is believed to be particularly effective when there is a runner on second base who can both watch what hand signals the catcher is using to communicate with the pitcher and can easily relay to the batter any clues about what type of...
ISPs in a number of countries are under suspicion for distributing the malware to government targets.
The flaw could be exploited to steal administrator account details and hijack websites.
The commission says that "illicit gain through trading" may have been the key motivator.
The ISO has decided not to approve two NSA-designed block encryption algorithms: Speck and Simon. It's because the NSA is not trusted to put security ahead of surveillance: A number of them voiced their distrust in emails to one another, seen by Reuters, and in written comments that are part of the process. The suspicions stem largely from internal NSA...
Updated: It is believed the threat actor behind the campaign is after intellectual property.
Dozens of data breaches, millions of people affected.
The admin demanded $10,000 from a company after sabotaging their website.
New York Times reporter Charlie Savage writes about some bad statistics we're all using: Among surveillance legal policy specialists, it is common to cite a set of statistics from an October 2011 opinion by Judge John Bates, then of the FISA Court, about the volume of internet communications the National Security Agency was collecting under the FISA Amendments Act ("Section...
Surveillance camera lighting systems can create a web of light for leaking and extracting data from networks.
The company said 75 percent of the infringing accounts were suspended before their first tweet.
Before you do anything on your iPhone or iPad, you should lock it down. This is how you do it.
The Trusted IoT Alliance hopes to "set the standard" for IoT blockchain protocols worldwide.
Mobile devices and facial recognition software have made the list this year.
This is a good interview with Apple's SVP of Software Engineering about FaceID. Honestly, I don't know what to think. I am confident that Apple is not collecting a photo database, but not optimistic that it can't be hacked with fake faces. I dislike the fact that the police can point the phone at someone and have it automatically unlock....
Could CPU usage replace adverts in the future?
Aruba says the new offering will simplify and improve enterprise security.
A bunch of Bluetooth vulnerabilities are being reported, some pretty nasty. BlueBorne concerns us because of the medium by which it operates. Unlike the majority of attacks today, which rely on the internet, a BlueBorne attack spreads through the air. This works similarly to the two less extensive vulnerabilities discovered recently in a Broadcom Wi-Fi chip by Project Zero and...