Recently Google developers released a short cyber security test designed to see how well internet users are able to pick up on and identify malicious phishing URL’s online or within their emails.
In June 2016 Wikileaks posted a mysterious encrypted torrent file online, with the decryption key kept private as “insurance,” set to a deadmans’s switch, should Assange ever be arrested or killed one day. So, where is it?
Earlier this week Russian lawmakers put forth a new initiate aimed at hosting/building domestic internet infrastructure should Russia’s access to the World-Wide-Web be blocked or restricted one day.
This week, Anonymous activists have begun circulating around an #OpFrance care package instructing online activists how to keep a safe, secure and Anonymous identity online.
The servers belonging to the IronChat encrypted chat service were raided/seized by Dutch police yesterday, opening the door towards widespread international criminal investigations in the future.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has filed a lawsuit in San Bernardino County over their prevalent use of Stingrays and their alleged failure to adequately release records tied to police investigations which used them to the general public.
Full review of Mailfence encrypted email, as well as why you should consider making the switch to it away from ProtonMail or Tutanota.
New Bug reported to WordPress, encrypted site pages redirect to wp-admin instead of article URL once decrypted creating a backdoor to the back end of an owner’s account.
From setting up pin locks on your home-screen to alternative applications for phone, voice and text messages, here’s a complete guide to securing your personal/business cell phone.
Massive data breaches continue to plague many of the worlds top email service providers. Here’s why you should consider making the switch to an encrypted email service provider, along with some links to the industries best platforms.