On Lock and Code this week, we discuss a United Arab Emirates surveillance campaign that, bizarrely, involves the CIO at ExpressVPN.
The “‘screeching voices’ of the minority” have forced a rethink of Apple’s plans for scanning for child sexual abuse material on users’ devices.
Citizen Lab found that FORCEDENTRY is being used to deploy the NSO spyware Pegasus to keep an eye on Bahraini activists.
The Pegasus Project revealed deeply concerning surveillance campaigns against activists and journalists. It’s time for us to act.
Hospitals, banks, police departments, prisons, schools, and companies like Tesla and Cloudflare are victims of an attack on Verkada.
In a year of unbridled strangeness, these are the strangest cybersecurity events that made us collectively say: “Wait… seriously?”
As the 2010s come to a close, we take a snarky walk down memory lane, listing the craziest, most impactful, or simply just awful cybersecurity fails of the decade.
What are the differences between stalkerware apps and parental monitoring apps? What is an “acceptable” or “safe” parental monitoring app? And how can a parent know whether they’re downloading a “legitimate” parental monitoring app or instead a stalkerware app merely disguised as a tool for parents?