Fake web certificates, intercepted cellphones and desert falcons
New vulnerabilities appear almost daily: we'll keep you updated.
Google security slammed by fake web certificates
The tech giant's security has been compromised due to unauthorized digital certificates being issued based on its domains. The misissued certificates would be trusted by almost all browsers and operating systems. Read the whole news on ZDNet.com website
US and UK spies access billions of cellphones
Sim card database hack gave US and UK spies access to billions of cellphones. International row likely after revelations of breach that could have given NSA and GCHQ the power to monitor a large portion of world's cellular communications. Read the whole news on TheGuardian.com website
Desert Falcons infect thousands of devices
A cyber mercenary group has infected thousands of government departments and businesses with malware. Victims include military and government bodies, media outlets, financial firms, research institutions and many others. Read the whole news on V3.co.uk website