Watch: Rare Second World War footage of Bletchley Park-linked MI6 intelligenc...

4 Apr 2020 at 7:04am
A glimpse of life at Whaddon Hall

Vid An astonishingly rare film documenting British intelligence personnel, linked to the code-breakers at Bletchley Park, has been released by the park's trust, offering a glimpse of unsung heroes who helped win the Second World War.?

Not only is Zoom's strong end-to-end encryption not actually end-to-end, its ...

3 Apr 2020 at 11:11pm
Video calls also routed through China, probe discovers

Updated Zoom has faced increased scrutiny and criticism as its usage soared from 10 million users a day to 200 million in a matter of months, all thanks to coronavirus pandemic lockdowns.?

NSO Group: Facebook tried to license our spyware to snoop on its own addicts ...

3 Apr 2020 at 9:37pm
Antisocial network sought surveillance tech to boost its creepy Onavo Protect app, it is claimed

NSO Group ? sued by Facebook for developing Pegasus spyware that targeted WhatsApp users ? this week claimed Facebook tried to license the very same surveillance software to snoop on its own social-me...

Zoom vows to spend next 90 days thinking hard about its security and privacy ...

3 Apr 2020 at 7:42am
Passwords-by-default feature may be faulty. But hey, who else just went from 10 to 200 million daily users?

Video-conferencing app maker Zoom has promised to do better at security after a bruising week in which it was found to be unpleasantly leaky in several ways.?

If you use Twitter with Firefox in a shared computer account, you may have sl...

2 Apr 2020 at 11:43pm
HTTP header ends in own goal

Twitter on Thursday warned of an esoteric bug that, in limited circumstances, allowed users' non-public profile information to potentially fall into the hands of other users.?

Why is ransomware still a thing? One-in-three polled netizens say they would ...

2 Apr 2020 at 9:28pm
American young adults are easiest marks for criminals, study reckons

Want to know why ransomware is still rampant? One in three surveyed folks in North Americans said they would be willing to pay up to unscramble their files once their personal systems were infected.?

Rethinking VPN: Tailscale startup packages Wireguard with network security

2 Apr 2020 at 2:00pm
'A whole bunch of tunnels': Mesh networking with per-node permissions and OAuth security

Interview WireGuard, a new VPN protocol with both strong performance and easy setup, has been adopted by startup Tailscale as the basis of a peer-to-peer remote networking system that is both secure and quick...

Microsoft finds itself in odd position of sparing elderly, insecure protocols...

1 Apr 2020 at 10:04pm
A few more months to get those servers upgraded 'in light of current global circumstances'

Microsoft has blinked once again and delayed disabling TLS 1.0 and 1.1 by default in its browsers until the latter part of 2020.?

For the past five years, every FBI secret spy court request to snoop on Ameri...

1 Apr 2020 at 9:24pm
Feeling secure? Sucker

Analysis The FBI has not followed internal rules when applying to spy on US citizens for at least five years, according to an extraordinary report [PDF] by the Department of Justice?s inspector general.?

Cloudflare family-friendly DNS service flubs first filtering foray: Vital LGB...

1 Apr 2020 at 7:31pm
For a biz that prides itself on not censoring the internet, it sure likes censoring the internet

Updated Cloudflare, known for free speech advocacy, rolled out a self-styled family-friendly variation of its DNS service to block adult content ? and ended up denying access to LGBTQ websites and sex...

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