The disks are part of the command centres that run the country’s nuclear missile deterrent on behalf of SACCS.
How much of our stuff is going to the cloud? Probably a lot more than you realize. Let's look at the risks and how to mitigate them.
Now fixed, the Vatican's new fitness-and-prayer eRosary and its accompanying app, Click to Pray, were found to have a serious privacy bug.
It's not a violation of her Fifth Amendment rights, the court said, because it's a “foregone conclusion" that she knows her phone passcode.
Rick Osterloh says he discloses smart speaker use when someone enters his home, and the products should probably do so themselves.
There's a risk that someone might get hold of a device and unlock it by holding the screen to the face of its sleeping or unconscious owner.
The fingerprint reader on Samsung’s flagship S10 and Note10 smartphones can be spoofed with a $3 screen protector.
US CEOs who lie about misusing consumers' data could face up to 20 years in prison under a new piece of legislation proposed last week.
From mystery devices on ships to the stalker who found his victim through the reflections in her eyes - and everything in between.
Which sort of company is most likely to contact you via SMS? Why, your mobile phone provider, of course!
SophosLabs has discovered 15 apps on Google Play that install without icons as a ploy to keep themselves on the user’s device.
The Darknet server running the site, "Welcome to Video", and the website's convicted admin were tracked down by a global police force.
S2 Ep13.5: All about social media: Growing up online, parent advice and social shaming – Naked Security Podcast
A special episode dedicated to social media culture!
IT workers have been storing files on their computers' hard drives. One councilman's alleged response: “That can’t be right? That’s real?”
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It had an Ethernet connection to the ship LAN but was also connected to a Windows console on the bridge which was so bright at night the crew had covered it up. The assumption had been that it was meant to be there.
The system figured out how to overcome little hurdles, like being nudged by a stuffed giraffe when trying to do important robot work.
They stole 26 million credit cards from the massive black market site, and now financial institutions are ensuring the cards can't be abused.
Adobe patched a total of 82 vulnerabilities across a range of products on Tuesday, including 46 critical bugs.
Her accounts were drained in spite of using 2FA, showing that SIM swaps can still circumvent what's a good security tool.