For decades, security researchers warned about techniques for hijacking virtualization software. Now one group has put them into practice.
Damage to the pipeline that runs between Russia and Germany is being treated as deliberate. Finding out what happened may not be straightforward.
New research shows how third-party apps could be exploited to infiltrate these sensitive workplace tools.
Amid protests against the killing of Mahsa Amini, authorities have cut off mobile internet, WhatsApp, and Instagram. The death toll continues to rise.
Churches are using invasive phone-monitoring tech to discourage “sinful” behavior. Some software is seeing more than congregants realize.
Tired of advertisers spying on your private communications? This beta promises to kick tracking technology to the curb.
Snipers on buildings. Drone no-fly zones. Temporary CCTV. The security plan is even more complex than it was for the London 2012 Olympics.
An alleged teen hacker claims to have gained deep access to the company’s systems, but the full picture of the breach is still coming into focus.
The American Data Privacy and Protection Act could protect people across the country. But first, it has to get past Nancy Pelosi.