U.S. Ban on Sales of Cyberattack Tools Is Anemic, Experts Warn

Meanwhile, Zerodium’s quest to buy VPN exploits is problematic, researchers said. The launch of a standing offer to pay for Windows virtual private network (VPN) software zero-day exploits came to…

US to Ban Export of Hacking Tools to Authoritarian States

US to Ban Export of Hacking Tools to Authoritarian States The US government has issued new rules designed to prevent the export of hacking and surveillance tools to regimes guilty…

These hackers dodge Windows and target Linux as they look to steal phone data

A stealthy hacking group is infiltrating telecommunications companies around the world in a campaign which researchers have linked to intelligence gathering and cyber espionage.  The campaign, which has been active…

Duckduckgo vs Google: A Security Comparison and How to Maximize Your Privacy

Are you preoccupied with privacy? You’ve come to the right place. In today’s guide, I’ll go through everything you should know about Duckduckgo vs Google, how each of them works…

Researchers Condemn Apple’s Proposed Phone-Scanning Features

Researchers Condemn Apple’s Proposed Phone-Scanning Features Apple's plans to implement new phone-scanning features have been heavily criticized by more than a dozen cybersecurity experts. The tech company announced in August its…

The Complete Guide to IoT Security and What Every Business Owner Needs to Know

We might feel that technology plays an enormous role in our lives, always with our eyes on our phones or turning on the TV right after we got home –…

Rickroll Grad Prank Exposes Exterity IPTV Bug

IPTV and IP video security is increasingly under scrutiny, even by high school kids. When Township High School District 214 in Illinois got rickrolled all at once across its six…

State-sponsored Iranian hackers uploaded fake VPN app to Google's Play store, posed as university officials

Written by Jeff Stone Oct 14, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP Suspected government-backed hackers from Iran have used an array of techniques, from password theft to uploading a fake app to a…

Australia to Try a New Strategy Regarding Ransomware Data Breaches

The Australian Government has approved a massive investment of AU $1.67 billion (USD $1.23 billion) across 10 years to mitigate the threat posed by data breaches through Australia’s Cyber Security…

Singapore to develop mobile defence systems with Ghost Robotics

Singapore’s Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA) has inked a partnership with Philadelphia-based Ghost Robotics to identify uses cases involving legged robots for security, defence, and humanitarian applications. They will…