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A single threat actor has aggressively bombarded Android users with more than 4,000 spyware apps since February, and in at least three cases the actor snuck the apps into Google's official Play Market, security researchers said Thursday.
How many people specifically know where you are right now? Some friends and family? Your coworkers, maybe? If you're using a Windows laptop or PC you could add another group to the list: the CIA.
The recent news that a conservative data analytics firm left 198 million voter records unsecured online for nearly two weeks should give every American pause, particularly at a time when intelligence officials say the Russian government actively seeks to undermine American elections.
Mexican journalist and human rights lawyers have been getting some troubling texts.
Some come in the guise of bills to pay, according to a new report from Citizen Lab. Some are dressed as AMBER alerts. Then there are texts that threaten kidnapping, and those that flaunt details of the recipients' lives.
In the wake of the new Investigatory Powers Act and the effect it might have on end-to-end crypto, and the further privacy- and security-eroding effects of the Digital Economy Act, we thought it was high time to write a guide on building your own VPN. If you want to keep your data safe and your browsing habits private, funnelling everything through your own VPN is one of the best things you can do.