The club for wholesale carriers is tired of watching regulators pursue unrealistic methods of validating international voice traffic.
Sometimes it is worth asking whose privacy is being protected.
NCSU researchers extended their robocall honeypot by using machine learning to analyze what scammers tell victims to do. This led them to identify a wholly new way of protecting the public.
CodeB published an unorthodox article which appears to be a hypothetical story about an A2P SMS carrier and a bank.
The US state of Maine has increased the cost of numbers using their area code to discourage their abuse by spammers.
Stories about teenagers stealing Bitcoin are so common that CBC journalists let themselves be fooled by a bogus press release.
Dozor-Teleport said it may take weeks to fully recover. The hackers said they supported the Wagner rebellion.
The privacy and cybersec experts were technically correct but ignored the key issue at the heart of the UK’s Online Safety Bill.
Spying on the encrypted comms allowed police to subsequently seize or freeze almost a billion dollars’ worth of cash and bank accounts.
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