Trump dominated security headlines this week, but there's plenty of other news to catch up on.
An explosive new report from Buzzfeed News makes the impeachment of Donald Trump not just possible, but likely.
Ad-hoc systems and haphazard databases made the Trump administration’s cruel border separation policies somehow even worse.
Introducing a bot to a secure Telegram conversation downgrades the level of encryption—without providing any visual cues.
OK, so it was never great in the first place. But the rise of rank nationalists could finally—perversely—spark an era of progress and cooperation for all humanity.
Collection #1 appears to be the biggest public breach yet, with millions of unique passwords sitting out in the open.
We know a lot about the “what” of the Mueller probe’s findings. The crucial questions now focus on the “why?”
Epic Games has since patched the attack, which would have allowed attackers to view account info, listen in on in-game conversations, and more.
From potential nation state hacks to a brain drain, the shutdown has done nothing good for cybersecurity.
Opinion: The 2009 vs. 2019 profile picture trend may or may not have been a data collection ruse to train its facial recognition algorithm. But we can't afford to blithely play along.
Opinion: GPS-monitored violent offenders are 95 percent less likely to commit a new crime. We need to implement an integrated, nationwide domestic violence program that tracks domestic abusers.
A German hack confession, unencrypted government sites, and more security news this week.
Security researchers suspect that Iran has spent the last two years pilfering data from telecoms, governments, and more.
Researchers built a tool that can predict where you live and work, as well as other sensitive information, just by using geotagged tweets.
Months after Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon promised to stop selling user location data, the practice continues.
Opinion: As Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube crack down on extremist propaganda, ISIS recruiters are exploiting lesser-known messenger apps.
The former Trump campaign chairman keeps getting in trouble thanks at least in part to subpar digital security.
Yubico has finally gotten the green light from Apple to make a hardware authentication token that works on iPhones and iPads.
The special counsel has lots of unfinished business on his to-do list this year, including a final report. Here's a rundown.
A rogue PewDiePie fan, Marriott hack details, and more of the week's top security news.