After years of development, the perfectly anonymous cryptocurrency Zerocoin is finally showing signs of life, now as a stealthy startup. The post Zerocoin Startup Revives the Dream of Truly Anonymous Money appeared first on WIRED.
A fourth person arrested in connection to TalkTalk's data breach has been bailed.
A set of headphones the price of a car, they must be good. Web Sennheiser Orpheus world's best headphones
Eventually even local law enforcement agencies may have to get a warrant before they can use stingray spying devices. The post New Bill Would Force Cops to Get Stingray Warrants appeared first on WIRED.
AlienSpy reincarnated is back with a new set of tools designed to steal your data.
Antivirus and security firms that serve enterprise and government customers on occasion disclose their source code to acquire lucrative contracts.
Over 500 websites using the company's analytics software were compromised over the weekend and spewed out Trojans in order to infect Windows machines.
The Prague-based company has about one-third of the global consumer antivirus market, and yet one of its biggest revenue drivers is a free product.
Here is my next monthly "Security Warrior" blog round-up of top 5 popular posts/topics this month: “Why No Open Source SIEM, EVER?” contains some of my SIEM thinking from 2009. Is it relevant now? Well, you be the judge. Current popularity of open source log search tools, BTW, does not break the logic of that post. Show More Summary
The firm's "security everywhere" strategy is being implemented with new solutions to improve network threat visibility.
One privacy app to rule your calls, and in the darkness encrypt them. The post Signal, the Snowden-Approved Crypto App, Comes to Android appeared first on WIRED.
A middleman for hacking techniques has announced a taker for its million-dollar iOS hacking bounty. The post Hackers Claim Million-Dollar Bounty for iOS Zero Day Attack appeared first on WIRED.
The end-to-end encrypted protocol that secures email may land as soon as this month.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed a method to detect human motion behind a wall using wireless signals. Web RF Capture surveillance mit Emerald radio frequency
Hacking Team is recovering from a crippling cyberattack but is still keen to snare new clients with tools designed to break encryption methods.
Almost two thousand Vodafone UK customers have been potentially left open to fraud and phishing attempts following the data breach.
Over 14,000 keys used to unlock files encrypted by CoinVault and Bitcryptor have been released, signaling the death of the ransomware variants.
Microsoft making good money thanks to Android.The future of Chrome OS not really clear.Huawei has a great third quarter but Samsung is struggling. Web google Android Microsoft huawei Samsung earning
Each Saturday we round up the news stories that we didn’t break or cover in depth at WIRED, but which deserve your attention nonetheless. The post Security News This Week: Cops Accidentally Leaked Footage From License Plate Readers appeared first on WIRED.
In just a couple of weeks, tens of thousands of students and professionals from all over the world will tune in to cheer on their favorite teams in six competitions. If you’ve been following our blog for some time, you’ll know just what we’re referring to: Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW), the nation’s largest student-run […]