A blunder that Apple made in iOS 10 has weakened the encryption of iPhone data when backed up to iTunes
A flaw Apple introduced in iOS 10 has made it far easier for password crackers to brute-force data backed up
Traditional payment systems are witnessing heightened competition from digital and mobile payments because they present a convenient proposition to pay for goods and services. While these mobile payment systems appear promising, unsecure wallets are bridled with potential risks that can
You’ve changed your computer passwords and you stay away from dodgy Wi-Fi hotspots. But hackers have found a new way to access your online banking accounts — and it’s on the rise across America.
Hackers are accessing smartphone users’ bank
Technique known as NAND mirroring, which focuses on bypassing limit on password retry attempts, can be used to break into any model up to the 6
The FBI paid more than $1.3m to unlock the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone 5C,
Three news organizations filed a lawsuit Friday, Sept. 16 seeking to find out how the FBI was able to break into the iPhone of a gunman in the San Bernardino terrorist attack. The Justice Department spent more than a month
Cyberthreats are a serious and growing concern, according to the FBI, with cyber intrusions becoming more commonplace, complex, and dangerous. Zero day exploits, spear phishing, and sophisticated malware attacks have made headlines as companies lose billions of dollars each year
Americans are using their smartphones for banking at an increasing rate. According to the consulting firm AlixPartners, in the last quarter of 2013, approximately 82% of 18-25 year olds owned smartphones and 61% of that group used mobile banking apps.
Some people simply have to have the latest phone – teenagers, techno-hipsters, app developers, those utterly devoted to tasting every Apple product. Even some in law enforcement or those intent on keeping secrets (looking at you, Hillary Clinton).
Hackers forced U.S. Rep. Matt Cartwright to sack his private cellphone number.
Mr. Cartwright said Tuesday he got a new number in the last month after pornographic texts started showing up through his old number the last month. That started
What Apple had to do.
Apple has a terrific reputation when it comes to security. That’s why it was such a shock to learn last month that hackers found a way to break in to the company’s famous iPhones, and
America’s people centric and globally popular emergency helpline number 911 has been found to be easily vulnerable to Distributed Denial of Service or DDoS attacks. Mordechai Guri, Yisroel Mirsky, Yuval Elovici, researchers at the Cyber Security Research Centre of Ben
With Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus officially unveiled, the jailbreaking community has its eyes set on the forthcoming iOS 10 jailbreak tool. Apple is set to officially launch the new mobile operating system for iPhones, iPads and iPods starting
The failure by police to investigate the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s phone was “unacceptable” and “a matter of deep regret”, an internal investigation has said.
The failure by police to investigate the hacking of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler’s
A single image can let hackers take over your Android smartphone using ExifInterface flaw
Imagine you received an image on you Facebook Messenger. You didn’t even click on the image and the next thing you find your smartphone behaving oddly.
Protectoria announced today a technological break-through for payment transaction security. The technology enables PSD2 (Payment Services Directive II) security compliance for payments for a single smartphone without any other pre-requisites other than an Internet connection and a security enhanced payment
The NSO Group, the company behind the hack that forced Apple to release emergency iOS and Mac OS X updates to patch up the vulnerabilities, is just one of several firms that sell digital spying services, with governments and law
As Engadget notes, however, a spokesperson for the Israeli company states that the services of the NSO Group are only available to authorized government bodies.
For the past six years, the NSO Group’s main product, a tracking system called Pegasus,
Hackers try to trick unsuspecting iPhone users with everything from camera spyware to ”jailbreak” malware.
But when they targeted Kapil Haresh Vigneswaren in an iPhone scam, he knew exactly what to do. Vigneswaren is a University of Waterloo computer science
We read news and outrage related to the government snooping on its citizens’ computers and smartphones to access their data without their authorization through backdoor, every now and then. And, to encash the opportunity, there are several digital surveillance firms
For those who have been following the news recently, the debacle involving an Israeli company of hackers called NSO Group breaking into iPhones might sound familiar. Now, reports regarding how much the group charges anyone who is interested in hacking