Signal ignores proxy censorship vulnerability, bans researchers

Signal, an end-to-end encrypted messaging platform was recently blocked by the Iranian government. To help its users bypass censorship in Iran, the company suggested a TLS proxy workaround. However, multiple researchers have now discovered flaws in the workaround that can Read More …

Ransomware-as-a-Service Becomes Increasingly Accessible via Social Media and Open Sources

Hackers need not search the dark web for access to their very own ransomware platforms these days. Cybercriminals are continually finding new ways to promote their underground businesses and gain the attention of new customers and novice hackers. Several threat Read More …

Jihadist radicalisation: an individual arrested in Spain for spreading terrorist propaganda online

The Spanish Civil Guard (Guardia Civil) arrested a supporter of the so-called Islamic State terrorist organisation in an operation developed together with Europol. The suspect was searching, editing and further disseminating terrorist propaganda material to young people online. On 20 Read More …

Twitter Could Face $250M FTC Fine Over Improper Data Use

Twitter may be facing a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) fine of up to $250 million, after the social media giant last year revealed the improper use of users’ email addresses and phone numbers. In October 2019, Twitter acknowledged that user Read More …