We disassembled the phone and asked security researchers to probe it to find out what it is. Verdict: It's wild.
In a recent interview with Recode's Kara Swisher, the Facebook founder and CEO said that in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal "if someone is going to be fired for this, it should be me." Here's why that's a terrible, time-wasting answer.
Some Instagram users are at particular risk of sim hijacking, where a hacker takes control of their phone number and uses that to break into accounts. Now, Instagram is pushing towards app-based authentication, which should make the hackers' job harder.
The announcement came just a few days before President Trump is expected to meet with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.
Surprisingly, the once notorious site has become popular with women looking to cheat.
The Internet of Things will mirror the human immune system.
When he was only 16, Kevin Mitnick hacked the drive-up windows of a local McDonald's. To this day, he says this is his favorite hack ever.
The data revealed that some police departments are unable to respond in an active shooter event.
Journalists and sources may try to secure their communications not just with encryption, but also with automatically disappearing messages. But Signal appears to have a nasty bug that can retain some messages for months at a time.
A ream of internal propaganda posters that the NSA released in the 1950s and 1960s are a perfect mix of surreal imagery, pop culture references and dark propaganda.
California is expected to become the largest weed industry in the United States, but unlike other legalized states, it has no laws in place to protect cannabis consumer data.
There's a difficult tension between users' right to privacy, and defendants' right to a fair trial.
Passwords just don’t work all that well for our modern-day websites and web apps: They’re insecure, they’re hard to remember, and they’re a lot of hassle to manage for only the basic account
The time has come.
The rules are changing, and participation is important.
We mined roughly 13 bitcoins and then ripped up our private key. We were stupid — but not alone.
Want to trade the tattered remains of your privacy for a very minor convenience?
This internal video from 2016 shows a Google concept for how total data collection could reshape society.
How security researchers caught the creators of counter antivirus services Scan4You.
Data collection is as problematic in 2018 as it was in 1996.
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