News, opinion, advice and research on computer security threats from Sophos
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Cybersecurity conferences don't always practise what they preach.
The man behind a cacophony of robocalls had little to say for himself on Capitol Hill
If you can't beat 'em, join 'em.
Bots run by shady websites are creating thousands of phantom pages
Large numbers of child-centred Android apps may be breaking US law.
Exploits and vulnerabilities are weaponized against us 24 hours after release, says technical director.
Before retiring from PenAir airline, Suzette Kugler set herself up with fake, high-privilege VPN user accounts that didn't keep her secrets.
With the Chrome 66 comes blissful quiet: Google is muting all autoplay content by default.
Here's the latest Naked Security Podcast - enjoy!
Police called, building evacuated...
Russian Government hackers stand accused of targeting millions of routers
It's just how the internet works, Facebook said.
A new survey, sponsored by Sophos, asked IT managers how their firewall technology is working for them. The results are in.
Small steps really can make a big impact.
Enhanced social media images of the man's fingers led to the takedown of 11 members of a drug ring and his sentencing.
Have you ever wished it were possible to delete an email from a recipient’s inbox days, weeks or months after it was sent? If so and you're a Gmail or G Suite user, it looks as if Google might be about to enable this kind of ‘self-destructing’ email feature on its platform.
Telegram founder Pavel Durov has spoken out after Russia started blocking Telegram encrypted messaging.
All it would take is a low-level programming bug in your computer's CPU.
Facebook's in hyper privacy-tweaking mode. Herein, how to protect your privacy now that it's fiddled with the dials.
Turning it on by default might sound like a mere tweak, but its the first version of the browser to do this without the user having to consciously turn it on.