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Facebook is suing an Israeli spyware company for allegedly hacking WhatsApp. Now, that company says Facebook tried to buy its spyware in 2017.
Facebook first sued NSO Group in October alleging that it hacked users of its WhatsApp messaging platform.
Thousands of shady websites with ‘coronavirus’ or ‘covid’ in their domain have popped up since January — and it reflects...
Scammers aren't letting a good crisis go to waste — instead, they see coronavirus fears as an opportunity to make money.
Protect your Zoom meetings with a password now — otherwise, you’re leaving the door wide open for hackers to ‘Zoom-bomb’
An online tool automatically discovers Zoom meetings, and hackers are using it to troll people. The only way to stop them is a password.
SpaceX disabled all access to the videoconferencing service Zoom, which has come under scrutiny amid coronavirus-fueled popularity.
In the past 48 hours, Zoom has been criticized for leaking emails and photos, not having genuine end-to-end encryption, and more.
Privacy concerns are swarming around Zoom just as it’s becoming everyone’s new favorite videoconferencing app
The FBI warned about "Zoom-bombing," when intruders crash meetings with offensive content. That's just one privacy concern being raised about Zoom.
‘Alcohol is soooo good’: Trolls are breaking into AA meetings held on Zoom video calls and harassing recovering alcoholics
"Alcohol is soooo good," an intruder said to recovering alcoholics during a Tuesday AA meeting on Zoom.
People are blaming Houseparty for their Netflix and Spotify accounts getting hacked, but Houseparty says it’s seen no evidence of a breach
It's more likely that people have been reusing the same password across accounts.
Facebook reportedly failed to investigate misinformation tactics from the right-wing Daily Wire over fears of conservative backlash
According to the New York Times, Facebook's policy team discouraged the investigation of hyperpartisan networks based in the US.
The most popular web browsers are sending companies your history or personal data, according to a report. Here’s how each browser’s privac...
Chrome, Firefox, and Safari were each ranked in the second-lowest privacy tier, while Microsoft Edge and Yandex were ranked as "least private."