- News tagged "security"
Tuesday, 1 Mar 2016
A New York court has denied the US government's request for assistance in unlocking an iPhone in a drug smuggling case. While unrelated to Apple's tussle with the FBI in the San Bernardino shooter's case, the ruling could still serve as a boost for Apple's pro-privacy stance.
Thursday, 18 Feb 2016
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, has posted an open letter to Apple customers announcing that the company will oppose an order from a U.S. Federal judge asking it to help the FBI access data on an iPhone used by the San Bernardino shooter, Syed Farook.
Wednesday, 17 Feb 2016
A new malware called Mazar Bot spreads via text message, and it gains administrator rights on your Android-based smartphone.
Wednesday, 10 Feb 2016
And we found out that the process is fast and painless. Hop inside to get the instructions.
A large number of Mac apps have been found to be vulnerable to man-in-the-middle type attacks, no thanks to a vulnerability in the third-party software framework the apps use to receive updates.
Wednesday, 3 Feb 2016
The Dutch National Police is reportedly working with a private firm to train large birds of prey to take down unauthorized drones.
Thursday, 28 Jan 2016
NEC's announced that they've started operations in their latest Cyber Security Factory in Singapore. Find out what they do inside.
Thursday, 21 Jan 2016
By isolating the cookie store used by public Wi-Fi’s captive portals, Apple prevents a three-year long flaw where hackers can access a user’s cookies to rewrite it with malicious content.
Tuesday, 19 Jan 2016
Netflix's controversial VPN ban may not be beneficial to anyone, and that includes Netflix themselves. Here's what Wired thinks and we agree with them. Click here to learn why.
Sunday, 17 Jan 2016
Netflix is dead serious about restricting users who use proxies to bypass the company's geographical content restrictions. Find out its rationale behind this decision after the jump.