Because what could go wrong with that...
Oh no, hackers might find out you went to Butlin's
And it doesn't let third-party apps snoop on users either, firm tells lawmakers
Check Point boffins warn that conversations could be manipulated
Technique will work against 'all' 802.11i/p/q/r networks with roaming functions enabled
Surveillance tool was developed by Israeli hacking company NSO Group
Hack saw as-yet-unknown culprits make off with non-critical user data
'Dragonfly' will reportedly be ready to launch in six-to-nine months
Up from its original estimate of, er, 1.2 million.
Swann Vexxed-Us: Mis-Matches
Germany, Japan and Poland targeted in new banking malware campaign
Users can now send PGP encrypted emails to other clients
But there's been no evidence that the vulnerability has been exploited
Attacks were on such a scale they might have caused blackouts, claims report
Decade-old flaw allows attackers to bypass victim's network firewall
No, you don't have déjà vu
Phishing attacks were launched against the candidates' staff
Seems like it could do with a holiday. Possibly with a different airline.
This changes everything (in terms of where your stuff is located)
Incident slammed as the 'greatest breach in the history of telecommunications in Spain'
Accounts acted as fronts for agents in Russia's Main Intelligence Directorate
Grouply.io Chrome extension allowed data to be accessed by marketers
No, not more breach, just new data
Questions include 'a sphinter says what?"
Don't tell him, Pyke...
Our swimming certificates are also fake
Also, its mate fancies your mate
But fair play, it has issued one of the best customer help pages we've seen
And we should be surprised, how?
Firm says a lack of two-factor authentication was the main cause
Sit on your huge pile of royalties and weep, James Blunt
But it's unlikely to hear cases until 2025
Well, recording your screen anyway. Still, ewwwww
And controversial software only made one (wrong) 'match'
The trailers are always better than the films anyway....
Doesn't deny it, just says it has a handle on it
Four-year long wait ends in refusal
It's another blow for privacy hidden in plain sight
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the server
Hell no, hell no, hell no, what's all this then?
Such an attack would need some serious tech investment
Taking security so far is not an enjoyable experience for visitors
Exactis slip-up dwarfs last year's Equifax data breach
There seems to be an issue with the signal network (cygnet for short)
Unrest in the country has led to extreme measures for democratic news
Big Brother Watch says taxman is 'railroading' users into a 'mass ID scheme'
Why stick a finger in a dyke when you can ram the entire boy in the hole, eh?