You would think that a Saudi Arabian telecom firm interested in monitoring its users' mobile communications would not be asking a well-known pro-privacy researcher such as Moxie Marlinspike for help, but you would be wrong.
A letter received by the Associated Press’ general counsel has revealed that the DOJ has successfully subpoenaed two months' worth of telephone toll records for work and private phones of a slew of AP journalist and editors without informing the news organization of it beforehand.
Three researchers from Rutgers University in Newark, New Jersey, have discovered a simple way to hijack Facebook accounts by just by misusing existing features and responses of Facebook, Microsoft's Hotmail web-based email service and its Windows Live Messenger.
U.K.-based ISP Netcraft is warning users about phishers impersonating eBay's live chat support feature in the hopes of getting their hands on eBay users' login, personal and financial information.
Last week I've written about the ways confidential data can leak outside the organization if the IT security team doesn't pay attention to printers, shredders, or employees are plainly leaving documents where they shouldn't be.
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