Imagine the worst that can happen with modern networked technology. Then imagine worse still. A lack of imagination has already led to an Orwellian turn down a very dark path.
The CEO of the Australian telco immediately apologized but sources says up to 9 million customers may be affected because foreign hackers exploited a leaky API.
Developers of a robocall blocking app brought together YouTube’s leading scambaiters for a week. Imagine if teams like these investigated scam calls all year.
The Mobile Security Index surveyed 632 professionals responsible for the procurement, management and security of mobile devices.
The US comms provider said hackers obtained information about 125 businesses that use their services.
Details for 5.4 million accounts were breached, prompting Twitter to find new ways to shift responsibility for privacy on to users.
Karsten Nohl showed how cloud vulnerabilities could let hackers progress from spying on messages to taking down entire networks.
It is a mistake to conflate malware with the computers that were used to command that malware.
Russian disinformation portrayed Richard Dearlove as a leader of a pro-Brexit group that has overthrown the UK government.
Security researcher Brian Krebs reviewed leaked Telegram chats between two childish members of the LAPSUS$ hacker-extortion gang.