Some of the supposed victories of General Paul Nakasone, boss of the NSA, may now damage his credibility with Republicans.
Customers of some of the world’s biggest telcos were unable to access their Twitter accounts.
About 300 GSM gateways and more than 100,000 SIM cards were seized in the operation.
The ‘JabberZeus’ cybercrime group were behind a wave of frauds that relied upon intercepting one time passwords sent by SMS.
A new website with videos that have been viewed thousands of times on YouTube is offering dodgy services that are strikingly similar to a phone surveillance service from 2017.
The FCC drew special attention to the 22.8% of Truphone shares owned by sanctioned oligarch Roman Abramovich.
A man who systematically undermined phone security wants to be paid to secure vital infrastructure. What could possibly go wrong?
Are new Russian operators being established so quickly in occupied territory because the military relies on civilian networks, or could there be a darker purpose?
An argument has arisen about permission to export technology which has both civilian and military uses.
Russia’s largest telco took internet traffic that should have gone to the largest US company but the response was muted.