Troy Hunt has two big announcements for Have I Been Pwned, as the site looks to help more people when it comes to cybersecurity.
The US Department of Justice has charged four alleged members of the People’s Liberation Army with hacking into Equifax.
The devices may not be as secure as you expect.
North Korea has called the allegations “vicious slander”.
Lauri Love, the hacker suspected by the CIA, FBI, Nasa and US Central Bank systems has won his appeal against being extradited to the US.
If you Google “new director of FBI” a picture of Vladimir Putin with a badly drawn moustache pops up
Vladimir Putin AKA Chet Americanman will be your first image result.
Anonymous sources claim that Yahoo allowed the NSA and FBI to scan customer emails in real time.
The secret to cracking the iPhone could be revealed in the very near future – and that is bad news for both Apple and the FBI.
This might not be the end of the debate between justice and mobile phone privacy.
“If the government tries to compel testimony or action from these engineers, good luck with that.”
What does The Woz, or Steve Wozniak, think of what’s going on in the tech world at the moment? He let everyone know on Reddit.
Creator Sam Esmail has said that the second season of Mr Robot will comment on the saga between the FBI and Apple.
Apple’s senior VP says the FBI has failed to consider just how quickly malicious code can spread online.
When Apple and the FBI came before the US Congress yesterday, a debate about privacy and encryption started in earnest.
Clearly, John McAfee needs more attention.
Canonical founder and Ubuntu creator Mark Shuttleworth weighs in on the battle between Apple and the FBI.
And the Microsoft founder has sided with the law.