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A new threat dubbed MalumPoS is being used against businesses in the hospitality, food and retail industries, researchers said
Plex Media Server users just got an important upgrade: The company is giving all of its customers, both paid subscribers and free users, an SSL certificate from a trusted authority, for free.
UK intelligence agencies still collect phone data in bulk, while that practice was banned in the US, Privacy International said
The attack radically improves the time needed to crack the fixed codes of older garage door openers.
After passing the USA Freedom Act, many in Congress may be unwilling to extend surveillance reform
Hackers steal data on 4 million government workers...Facebook slims down Android app...privacy-for-service seen as poor tradeoff
The U.S. is investigating a massive data breach that exposed personal information on around 4 million federal government workers, according to news reports Thursday.
The program reportedly oeprates without court-ordered warrants to target cyberattacks within the U.S.
In a demo posted on YouTube, the researcher shows how a flaw in the Unity Web Player could let an attacker access a Gmail account.
At transparency center, Microsoft lets governments verify its products are safe to use
EU and US negotiators say they are close to reaching agreement on two data-protection deals
GitHub revoked the keys, but it's not clear if they were ever abused by attackers
The attackers are likely abusing Apple's iOS Developer Enterprise Program, researchers said