Intelligence Agencies Warn Of Flaw With VPN Products

Both the US NSA and UK NCSC warn hackers are actively exploiting vulnerabilities in VPN products Both the US National Security Agency (NSA) and a GQHC agency in the United Kingdom have issued warnings about “multiple vulnerabilities in Virtual Private Network (VPN) Read More …

US, UK, and Australia jointly request for Facebook to stop end-to-end encryption plans

The United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia have joined to request that Facebook delay its plans to implement end-to-end encryption across its messaging services. First reported by BuzzFeed News, the governments on Thursday jointly published an open letter to Facebook Read More …

Tax and PII records of 20 million Russians stored without encryption, leaked online

Over 20 million tax records belonging to Russian citizens were left unprotected and exposed through an online database accessible to the public, researchers say. This week, cybersecurity researchers from Comparitech, in partnership with Bob Diachenko, said that the unsecured server contained Read More …

Simjacker attack exploited in the wild to track users for at least two years

Security researchers have disclosed today an SMS-based attack method being abused in the real world by a surveillance vendor to track and monitor individuals. “We are quite confident that this exploit has been developed by a specific private company that Read More …

Firefox And Chrome Fight Back Against Kazakhstan’s Spying

Against the backdrop of China, Russia, and Iran working to sequester their own private, national internets, other countries like Kazakhstan have experimented with similar balkanization and internet-control initiatives. Kazakhstan first piloted a monitoring system in 2015 that would offer access to all web traffic Read More …

British Airways E-Ticketing Flaw Exposes Passenger Flight, Personal Data

A vulnerability in British Airways’ e-ticketing system could enable a bad actor to view passengers’ personal data or change their booking information. A security bug discovered in British Airways’ e-ticketing system has the potential to expose passengers’ data, including their Read More …