No octa core? No problem!
WLAN down under
Firm rewarded bug hunter €2,000 for reporting the flaw
Facebook said no, because of course it did
Check Point boffins warn that conversations could be manipulated
Users can now send PGP encrypted emails to other clients
But GreyKey creator claims it's already 'defeated' the solution
Move will stop law enforcement from extracting data from locked iDevices
But firm hasn't yet explained why it blocked updates globally
Watchdog gives Cupertino 30 days to comply
EFF advises switching to Signal
The messages still crop up in notifications on Apple's desktop OS
'Secret conversations' feature spotted in social network's Android APK
But refuses to confirm which services have been stamped out
Bug exposed user passwords in plaintext, social network fesses
Request comes as watchdog bans more than 1.8 million Amazon, Google IPs
App owners refuse to hand over message transcripts to Russian state security
Messaging app slams move as 'unconstitutional and legally unenforceable'
Could face hefty fines and ban in Russia if it fails to comply
Crapsicab firm says bug 'isn't particularly severe'
But it still looks awful
Firm promises better encryption and improved authentication
Says current encryption standards make it difficult for authorities to access the devices
Vulnerability targets hardware created by Infineon Technologies
You could have put money on that happening
And the technology industry sneers at her stupidity
FAQ is a big far q to the PM's persistent peeking problem
Fitbit One and Flex bands vulnerable to data theft
An idiot speaks…
Users are no longer able to send photos and videos via Facebook-owned service
Just stop already
Claims it's capable of running more than 12 billion encrypted transactions per day
Thinks internet companies should put up and not shut up
Threat is distributed via compromised wireless networks, not the Play Store
The Open Rights Group and 83 others aren't happy with their leaders
Ryzen 3 microprocessors outed for the first time, all with four cores and four threads
But EFF reckons that 50 million websites are using them
Firm hails launch as 'significant breakthrough in enterprise networking'
Wants to keep those beaks out
Author demands more than £500 for decryption
Tories claim that social media companies have been 'laughing in our faces'
Party slams Snoopers' Charter as a "full frontal assault" on civil liberties
But FBI contractor claims it's already cracked it, sort of
Sir Tim speaks, but who's listening?
Irony alert, they are talking about stripping privacy
What a ruddy, bloody idiot