Facial recognition technology used to secure airports and process payments has been fooled by photographs and 3D masks. According to Fortune, multiple facial recognition systems in…View More Airport Facial Recognition System Fooled
China’s top hackers have gathered this weekend in the city of Chengdu to compete in the Tianfu Cup, the country’s top hacking competition. Over the…View More Chrome, Edge, Safari hacked at elite Chinese hacking contest
The Checkm8 exploit, described by the security researcher who published it as “a permanent unpatchable bootrom exploit” might be good news for the jailbreaking community…View More What can you do about the ‘unfixable’ exploit affecting almost every iPhone and iPad?
As well as becoming something of a bête noire of privacy and human rights activists, Israel’s NSO Group has established itself as one of the…View More King iPhone Hacker NSO Group Robbed By Employee — Spyware On Dark Web Sale For $50 Million, Israel Claims
Apple, Google, and Mozilla have moved in to ban a root certificate the Kazakhstan government used in the past month to spy on its citizens’…View More Apple, Google, and Mozilla block Kazakhstan’s HTTPS intercepting certificate
Researchers at Check Point have identified a new class of vulnerabilities targeting SQLite, outside the context of a browser for the first time. The new…View More New Class Of SQLite Exploits Open Door To iPhone Hack
Android spyware allegedly created by one of the Russian government’s go-to surveillance providers has been discovered. And it’s hiding in fake apps that look just…View More Fake PornHub And Google Android Apps Are Actually ‘Russian Spy Tools’
The company hits back at the data economy – and fellow tech giants Facebook and Google – by announcing its own single sign-on service. A…View More Apple Pledges Privacy, Beefs Up Security