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Shadowy Russian Cell Phone Companies Are Cropping Up in Ukraine

Since the companies emerged earlier this year, they claim to have expanded their services. Their websites list dozens of claimed locations, including shops,...

Telegram Has a Serious Doxing Problem

Burmese influencer Han Nyein Oo rose to prominence in 2020, posting memes and gossip about Burmese celebrities on Facebook to an audience that...

The Deep Roots of Nigeria’s Cybersecurity Problem

On April 3, Website Planet was running a web-mapping project when it discovered unsecured AWS S3 data buckets belonging to a state health...

How to Use DuckDuckGo’s Privacy-First Email Service

Having offered a privacy-focused search engine since 2008, DuckDuckGo is now turning its attention to email: Its new Email Protection service gives you...

The Queen’s Funeral Sets Off the Biggest UK Police Operation Ever

Inside a Special Operations Room in central London’s Lambeth borough are representatives from the Metropolitan Police, emergency services, intelligence agencies such as GCHQ...

US Border Agents May Have a Copy of Your Text Messages

Welp, Uber got hacked. The attacker, who claims to be 18 years old, appears to have gained full access to Uber’s systems. And...

Inside the Shadow Evacuation of Kabul

Certain it was too late, Parker called Essazay, who told his family to leave everything behind, not even packing a change of clothes,...

The Uber Hack’s Devastation Is Just Starting to Reveal Itself

On Thursday evening, ride-share giant Uber confirmed that it was responding to “a cybersecurity incident” and was contacting law enforcement about the breach....

The Shaky Future of a Post-Roe Federal Privacy Law

New York’s junior senator says Republicans aren’t “connecting all the dots about what it means for them.”“It is so expansive and so harmful,...

The Twitter Whistleblower’s Testimony Has Senators Out for Blood

Many of Silicon Valley’s fiercest watchdogs on Capitol Hill are now snarling. Yesterday's arresting testimony by Twitter’s former security chief, Peiter "Mudge" Zatko,...

Ukraine’s Cyberwar Chief Sounds Like He’s Winning

The database Shchyhol and his institution developed helped Ukraine repel an attack against a Ukrainian energy-generating company Russia launched earlier this year. “They...

How Whistleblowers Navigate a Security Minefield

Initial contact is just the start. Beyond this—once Whistleblower Aid has signed on clients—it recommends using Signal for most messaging. “A lot of...

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