July is over and that means it’s time to look back and observe the latest results of the battle between cybercriminals and prosecutors.
In the news this week: more APT campaigns, a look forward at the DEF CON and Black Hat Hacker conferences, and good and bad news for Facebook.
In the news: Microsoft's No-IP takedown fiasco, Chinese APT groups curious about U.S. Iraq policy, Verizon says the government wants locations data, and Microsoft denies backdoor ...
Your iPhone runs hidden monitoring services. Who uses them, and for what purpose?
Facebook fails to fully encrypt data on its Instagram mobile app, which puts user security and privacy at risk.
School’s out for summer and the kids need watching. Here are some tools that can help you do the job – at least while they’re on the Internet.
If it is absolutely necessary that you check your email and the only way to do it is on a public computer, forward your email to a disposable email account like Mailinotor or Tras...
Know your sysadmin and what to expect from him. Don’t forget to congratulate the guy, today is Global Sysadmin day!
A new version of file-encrypting malware hides its sever inside an anonymous TOR network, making it safer for criminals to extort money from victims.
Most free apps are not actually free. They monetize on displaying ads to you ― and sometimes it is very annoying.