Well, shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone here.
Enlarge / Cars driving down I-80 in Berkeley, California, in May, 2018 when there were still places to go. There is a strange sort of symmetry in the world of personal data this week: one new report has identified a company that wants to sell the US government granular car location data from basically every vehicle in the world, while a group of privacy advocates is suing another company for providing customer data to the feds.
After soaring in popularity, Mullvad VPN is ready to dip into hardware security. Mullvad just launched a new company called Tillitis AB, which is currently showing off an all-new USB security key at the Open Source Firmware Conference.
Rob explains how location services work.
A new distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that took place on Monday, September 12, has broken the previous record that Akamai recorded recently in July. […]
STIR/Shaken robocall protocols via the FCC. Chris and his host explain the finer details.
Steve breaks it down. He reports on the rantings of a professor that believes quantum computer is nothing but hype and fanfare.
Nothing is safe. This article outlines Gifs are being used to smuggle malware. https://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/hackers-sneak-malware-into-gifs/?fbclid=IwAR2ymBQUW_0-pPegtSmf-94RabWSgh3BElph18sqKeP4XGMXq4WahKpm9VE&utm_source=pocket_mylist