No, postcards won’t solve our Russian interference problem
Denial is not a river in Egypt.
China's Xinjiang surveillance is the dystopian future nobody wants
Monitoring tech pioneered in the region is spreading across China and the world.
LastPass rolls out Android Oreo autofill to the public
Roll out is slow, however, and may take some time to reach you.
SEC guidelines push for clearer data breach disclosures
Whether or not they're enough is another matter.
Tinder security flaw granted account access with just a phone number
The problem has been fixed, but it's still a pretty big flaw.
BitTorrent client exploits could let rogue websites control your PC
Fixes are rolling out shortly.
US AG creates a new 'Cybersecurity Task Force'
Its claimed intent is to study election interference and other internet threats.
Intruders 'borrowed' Tesla's public cloud for cryptocurrency mining (updated)
They also had access to private data.
Air Force security hackathon leads to record payout
And there were fewer vulnerabilities than last time around.