FBI bought 'a tool' to crack the San Bernardino iPhone
"...the government has purchased, from a private party, a way to get into that phone."
Panama Papers firm says it was the victim of a hack
The company would rather not have you call it a leak.
Tor accuses CloudFlare of blocking its anonymizing network
The project doesn't like claims that most of its traffic to CloudFlare is a threat.
CNBC taught a horribly botched lesson in password security
It did teach you how to easily leak those passwords, though.
House bill would discourage crooks from using burner phones
You'd have to provide ID like you do for regular service.
France fines Google for breaking 'right to be forgotten' law
The nation can't control what people access outside its borders, Google says.
Google enhances Gmail security and beefs up its warning systems
If you're the victim of a state-sponsored hacking attempt, Google wants to make sure you know it.
Facebook fights harassment with impersonation alerts
It's testing a feature that lets you know when someone is trying to imitate you.
FBI leans on forensic software maker to crack terrorist iPhone
It's reportedly tapping CelleBrite to do what Apple wouldn't.