Researchers have found that hackers are exploiting vulnerable piracy streaming devices to steal credit card data or rope them into botnets.
From DNS over HTTPS to Microsoft’s expiration policy – and everything in between. It’s weekly roundup time.
The NSA has asked the White House to end its mass phone surveillance program because the work involved outweighs its intelligence value.
And just who, exactly, is going to pay for new passports if it’s necessary? Danish police are chatting with Kube Data about that.
Microsoft has recognised that users don’t actually change their passwords when prompted, they just tweak them. And that doesn’t help anyone.
A Massachusetts federal district judge gave cops a warrant to force-unlock iPhones with the suspect’s fingers.
A US security researcher has come up with an open-source Windows backdoor loosely based on NSA attack code that leaked back in 2017.
Someone has been quietly pilfering Ethereum (ETH) cryptocurrency worth millions of dollars without anyone noticing or, apparently, caring.
The Atlanta Hawks basketball team is recovering after a sophisticated cybercrime group hacked its ecommerce site and planted credit card skimming code on it.
He claims that Apple allegedly uses the technology to spot shoplifters and that it falsely linked him to a series of Apple store thefts.