Category Archives: Law Enforcement
Computer scientists have developed a malware prototype that uses inaudible audio signals to communicate, a capability that allows the malware to covertly transmit keystrokes and other sensitive data even when infected machines have no network connection.
IsoHunt, a popular website offering BitTorrents of mostly pirated material, is to shut down following a court settlement.
There’s a lot of talk around biometric authentication since Apple introduced its newest iPhone, which will let users unlock their device with a fingerprint. Given Apple’s industry-leading position, it’s probably not a far stretch to expect this kind of authentication … Continue reading
Security researchers tonight are poring over a piece of malicious software that takes advantage of a Firefox security vulnerability to identify some users of the privacy-protecting Tor anonymity network.
The Postal Service takes pictures of every piece of mail processed in the United States _ 160 billion last year _ and keeps them on hand for up to a month.
Smartphones are susceptible to malware and carriers have enabled NSA snooping, but the prevailing wisdom has it there’s still one part of your mobile phone that remains safe and un-hackable: your SIM card.
The ACLU collected data on plate scanning through Freedom of Information requests in 38 states. There is no supervision or control over collecting and storing data on drivers not deemed suspicious.
FBI Director Robert Mueller said today the bureau was surveilling the United States with drones.
A recent Justice Department memo revealed by CNET shows law enforcement’s frustration with Apple’s encrypted iMessage software
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AMD touts new low-cost desktop chipset, calls Intel’s a “dead-end” http://wp.me/p3wmuX-1hW
Gonna wait for them to shake a few bugs outta this and check the security first I think.