eBay Removes Listing for StingRay Cellphone Spying Tech

Subscribe Join the newsletter to get the latest updates. 🖥️ 404 Media is a journalist-owned website. Sign up to support our work and for free access to this article. Learn why we require this here . An apparently original StingRay cell phone surveillance device listed on eBay was taken down by the company on Tuesday after 404 Media contacted it about the listing. The device, which was labeled as

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On the Zero-Day Market

New paper: “ Zero Progress on Zero Days: How the Last Ten Years Created the Modern Spyware Market “: Abstract: Spyware makes surveillance simple. The last ten years have seen a global market emerge for ready-made software that lets governments surveil their citizens and foreign adversaries alike and to do so more easily than when such work required tradecraft. The last ten years have also been ma

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NIST quantum-resistant algorithms to be published within weeks, top White House advisor says

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Cyber Official Speaks Out, Reveals Mobile Network Attacks in U.S.

This piece is published with support from The Capitol Forum . A U.S. government cybersecurity official has broken ranks from his agency and publicly revealed that attackers have repeatedly tracked the physical location of people inside the U.S. using vulnerabilities in the backbone of the world’s telecommunications cellular infrastructure in recent years, 404 Media has learned. The comments from

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87% of DDoS Attacks Targeted Windows OS Devices in 2023

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Source: 87% of DDoS Attacks Targeted Windows OS Devices in 2023


FCC fines carriers $200 million for illegally sharing user location

​The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has fined the largest U.S. wireless carriers almost $200 million for sharing their customers’ real-time location data without their consent. […]

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