With abortion set to be criminalized in more than half the US, encryption has never been more important for protection—and civil disobedience.
From cryptocurrency thefts to intrusions into telecom giants, state-backed attackers have had a field day in the year’s first half.
The spyware has been used to target people in Italy, Kazakhstan, and Syria, researchers at Google and Lookout have found.
Microsoft’s legacy browser may be dead—but its remnants are not going anywhere, and neither are its lingering security risks.
Using a custom encryption scheme within music notation, Merryl Goldberg and three other US musicians slipped information to Soviet performers and activists known as the Phantom Orchestra.
MongoDB claims its new “Queryable Encryption” lets users search their databases while sensitive data stays encrypted. Oh, and its cryptography is open source.
The company continues to downplay the severity of the Follina vulnerability, which remains present in all supported versions of Windows.
New research from Google’s Threat Analysis Group outlines the risks Android users face from the surveillance-for-hire industry.
With its latest mobile OS update, Google aims to simplify the adoption of Android’s protective features for users and developers alike.