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Apple Tracks You More Than You Think

Cybersecurity startup Corellium offered or sold its software to spyware and hacking-tool creators in multiple repressive countries, a WIRED investigation revealed this week. A...

Redacted Documents Are Not as Secure as You Think

“Even if you do the redaction, supposedly correctly, even if you remove the text, there’s a lot of latent information that is dependent...

How to Avoid Black Friday Scams Online

Black Friday attracts crowds, and crowds attract scammers, and that means you need to take extra care when shopping online over the Black...

A Leak Details Apple’s Secret Dirt on a Trusted Security Startup

Zach Edwards, an independent privacy and security researcher, says that “sensitive technology cannot be haphazardly sold to any company, in any country in...

The Hunt for the Dark Web’s Biggest Kingpin, Part 4: Face to Face

The FBI agent, thinking quickly, avoided eye contact with Cazes and walked directly past him to the door. In the seconds it took...

Twitter’s SMS Two-Factor Authentication Is Melting Down

Following two weeks of extreme chaos at Twitter, users are joining and fleeing the site in droves. More quietly, many are likely scrutinizing...

Elon Musk Introduces Twitter Mayhem Mode

The United States took to the polls this week to vote in a high-stakes midterm election. With public trust in election systems at...

Russia’s New Cyberwarfare in Ukraine Is Fast, Dirty, and Relentless

Since Russia launched its catastrophic full-scale invasion of Ukraine in February, the cyberwar that it has long waged against its neighbor has entered...

China Operates Secret ‘Police Stations’ in Other Countries

For years, AlphaBay ruled the dark web. If you were in the market to buy drugs or stolen credit cards, the digital bazaar...

The Hunt for the Dark Web’s Biggest Kingpin, Part 1: The Shadow

Shortly before AlphaBay took over the dark web's top spot, Alpha02 had changed his username on the site to merely “admin” and announced...
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