Brave is playing down fears after the revelation of what looked like a whitelist in its code allowing it to communicate with Facebook.
Concealed Online, the third biggest “political advertiser” on Facebook, touts the Virginia loophole, granting concealed weapons permits.
Can scientists out-perform sports stars, musicians and politicians in recognition and influence? You bet they can!
At least two users of the McDonalds mobile app aren’t lovin’ it after thieves hijacked their accounts and ordered hundreds of dollars of food for themselves.
They posed as military needing to offload cars before deployment, allegedly posting bogus ads on Craigslist, eBay, and AutoTrader.
According to DARPA, air gapping computers and data is a security idea that has run its course and urgently needs to be replaced.
Young people are being talked into handing over their bank details with the promise of some easy cash.
A trio of bugs could have opened Android 7, 8 and 9 to remote attackers wielding booby-trapped image files. Here’s what you need to know…
Absent from privacy policies, the tracking came to light after a breach with Air Canada’s mobile app, then password slurping from Mixpanel.
For the second time in a year, illegal child abuse images have been spotted inside a blockchain. According to a post by web blockchain payments system Money Button, on 30 January its service was abused to place “illegal content” inside the Bitcoin Satoshi Vision (BSV) ledger, a recent cryptocurrency hard fork from Bitcoin Cash [BCH]. […]