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  • According to a developing story on the BBC, the fallout from the latest WikiLeaks publications could actually lead to some positives. What is being touted as “exclusive access” to CIA hacking techniques could be made available to tech firms first before ...
  • Link to story on The Economist In an article on the Economist, the tension between the US government and WikiLeaks has reached new levels with another batch of leaks detailing unprecedented surveillance of private citizens. The latest allegations involve not only the ...
  • Skype and Facebook, two of the most popular platforms for chats, calls and video, are both in trouble over hackers being able to access chat histories and files. In two separate security catastrophes, one has left a backdoor for cyber ...
  • Another hack of Yahoo! has been disclosed, the internet conglomerate has announced. The BBC is reporting that names, addresses, eMail addresses and passwords of around one billion accounts were accessed and stolen, dating as far back as 2013. This is in ...
  • More problems have been thrown in the direction of WhatsApp, with reports from some quarters suggesting that spying on WhatsApp and Telegram “is a breeze”. In an Italian article, Milan-based InTheCyber has claimed to have exposed a “bug” which allows WhatsApp ...
  • If you are like the average user you rarely, if ever, read any of the terms and conditions and/or privacy policies issued by various websites. Admit it, not even ours. We understand that the mountain of legalese text and highly ...