Catch up with Day 3 of our Security SOS Week – here’s the third episode of our week-long online security summit.
The scammers automatically created iOS accounts with valid email accounts, then automatically used stolen cards to buy and resell stuff.
To its fans, Venmo is a hassle-free P2P app that lets anyone living in the US send money to friends, split a restaurant bill, pay for a ride on Uber, or buy a hotel room. To the security conscious, it’s a privacy nightmare.
SemanticLock replaces passwords, PINs and patterns with a sequence of graphical icons which work semantically.
Luminosity RAT sold for as little as $39.99 and could spy, steal passwords, mine cryptocurrency, and launch DDoSes.
Deemed a scam from its CES debut, Kodak says KashMiner was never licensed, and its promised payouts portrayed ignorance of how Bitcoin works.
Catch up with Day 2 of our Security SOS Week – here’s the second episode of our week-long online security summit.
Researchers have for the first time demonstrated that it’s possible to spoof turn-by-turn GPS road navigation to send users to specific wrong locations.
Catch up with Day 1 of our Security SOS Week – here’s the first episode of our week-long online security summit.
The phones are new, he said, and he can’t remember the passcodes.