Google Warns of New Spyware Targeting iOS and Android Users

The spyware has been used to target people in Italy, Kazakhstan, and Syria, researchers at Google…

The Ghost of Internet Explorer Will Haunt the Web for Years

Microsoft's legacy browser may be dead—but its remnants are not going anywhere, and neither are its…

Here’s Why You’re Still Stuck in Robocall ****

Despite major progress fighting spam and scams, the roots of the problem go far deeper than…

How a Saxophonist Tricked the KGB by Encrypting Secrets in Music

Using a custom encryption scheme within music notation, Merryl Goldberg and three other US musicians slipped…

A Long-Awaited Defense Against Data Leaks May Have Just Arrived

MongoDB claims its new “Queryable Encryption” lets users search their databases while sensitive data stays encrypted.…

The Hacker Gold Rush That’s Poised to Eclipse Ransomware

As governments ***** down on ransomware, cybercriminals may soon shift to business email compromise—already the world's…

Actively Exploited Microsoft Zero-Day Still Doesn’t Have a Patch

The company continues to downplay the severity of the Follina vulnerability, which remains present in all…

Good Luck Not Accidentally Hiring a North Korean Scammer

DPRK hackers are tricking their way into jobs with western firms. A US government alert reminds…

The Surveillance State Is Primed for Criminalized Abortion

A new report lays out existing US police surveillance capabilities that can easily be repurposed to…

Spyware Vendors Target Android With Zero-Day Exploits

New research from Google's Threat Analysis Group outlines the risks Android users face from the surveillance-for-hire…