Being involved in online privacy on a daily basis at cryptohippie.com, we saw where things were headed and decided that we had to warn people. Still, I had hopes that the progress of evil would be somehow derailed, at least partially. Sadly, that has
The mitigations are designed for government officials, but the advice itself can be useful for many more people.
A recent Twitter hack probably didn't scare you. Here's why it should.
US Energy Department rolls out 10-year plan for QUANTUM INTERNET that would be virtually 'unhackable' and could transmit data instantly
A Hong Kong-based UFO VPN - which claims a 'zero logs' policy, maintained a database without any password, exposing over 20 million user logs per day which consisted of 894 GB of data.
As we suspected, claims that the Twitter hack was perpetrated by a state actor because it was 'among the most sophisticated hacks in history' have proven suspect, as the New York Times has apparently tracked down a group of hackers (all of whom refus
Tim's frustration that people refuse to believe the worst can happen comes to the surface as conversation about Twitter comes full circle.
In this video, we give you two possible scenarios for who was behind the Twitter hack that the media refuses to tell you.
Mysterious screenshot shows tabs labeled "SEARCH BLACKLIST" and "TRENDS BLACKLIST"
As Twitter Inc. grapples with the worst security breach in its 14-year history, it must now uncover whether its employees were victims of sophisticated phishing schemes or if they deliberately allowed hackers to access high-profile accounts.
The phishing scam is well known within the cryptocurrency community. It targets people who don't understand how Bitcoin works and asks people to send a certain amount of Bitcoin to an address and get double the amount back.
Suspected bitcoin scammers grabbed control of accounts belonging to the rich and famous, as well as lower-profile accounts, for more than two hours.
The hackers used the same BTC segwit address for every post, and Twitter is scrambling to stop it by deleting posts and not allowing posts with certain text.
On June 22nd, a group of anarchist hackers called DDoSecrets dumped 270 gigabytes worth of internal documents belonging to regional police fusion centers, the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Google Chrome extensions, which have been downloaded more than 32-million times, were used to spy on the browser's users in a massive global surveillance campaign.
Browser extensions are a great way to expand the functionality of your favorite browser. But bad Chrome extensions can cause much more harm than help. Whether they use lots of system resources, collect your data, install adware, or similar, you don
One misstep is all it takes to catch a virus, get hacked, or fall for a scam. Here are all of our tips and tricks for staying safe on your computer, phone, and the web!