After 7 days if there’s no passcode, then there’s no access.
“Text bomb, text bomb, WhatsApp text bomb, you can crash my application when I want to get things done.”
Innocent-looking apps with ad clicker malware have bypassed Google’s safeguards
When is a bug not a bug? That’s the question raised by researcher Marius Tivadar’s latest Windows-crashing proof of concept.
The grade tampering came to light while drawing up a list of top students. Now it’s unclear which students legitimately belong on that list.
…And the Microsoft vulnerabilities include 0-days. Get the patches now!
Uninitialised variables and no Address Space Layout Randomisation led to an exploitable vulnerability…
Uber has reportedly discovered that the fatal crash was likely caused by a software bug in its self-driving car technology.
Google will now require people or groups purchasing federal election ads to show that they’re US citizens or lawful residents.
It’s password security’s Achilles heel: too many people make life easy for cybercriminals by re-using the same ones over and over. But what if there were a way for websites to compare notes on whether a password (or similar password) has been set by a user elsewhere?