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No, the Mirai botnet masters aren't going to jail. Why? 'Cos they help Feds nab cyber-crims

41 minutes ago

Probation, comm service for poachers turned gamekeepers The three brains behind the Mirai malware, which infects and pressgangs Internet-of-Things devices into a botnet army, have avoided jail.…

Asean countries to establish framework for cybersecurity collaboration

1 hour ago

All 10 Asean members concur on the need for a formal cybersecurity mechanism to facilitate coordination efforts across the region, outlining cyber diplomacy, policy, and operational issues.

Wha's that smell? Oh, it's Newegg cracked wide open by skimmers

2 hours ago

Fresh from British Airways hack, Magecart strikes again Netizens buying stuff from Newegg had their bank card details skimmed for a month by hackers who stashed the Magecart toolkit on the dot-com's payment pages.…

Clean Energy Regulator signs up for Fujitsu's protected cloud

3 hours ago

The Australian regulator becomes the third federal government agency to sign up to the SaaS solution hosted on the Vault Protected Cloud.

AFP analysing sensitive data without accessing the unpleasant truth

3 hours ago

Data61 created Data Airlock to help the Australian Federal Police analyse its data while staying separate from the often confronting detail.

The security controls behind My Health Record

4 hours ago

ADHA details defence in depth approach.

VMware fixes bug it fixed then 'inadvertently' un-fixed

4 hours ago

Version control? They've heard of it!

Trio behind Mirai botnet avoid jail time

5 hours ago

Hackers strike cooperation deal with the feds.

Oi, you. Equifax. Cough up half a million quid for fumbling 15 million Brits' personal info to hackers

6 hours ago

UK watchdog demands max penalty after security snafu The UK's privacy watchdog wants to fine Equifax £500,000 ($660,000) after hackers siphoned off 15 million Brits' info from its databases.…

NSS Labs Files Antitrust Suit Against Symantec, CrowdStrike, ESET, AMTSO

7 hours ago

Suit underscores longtime battle between vendors and labs over control of security testing protocols.

Hackers swipe card numbers from local government payment portals

7 hours ago

FireEye report confirms previous rumors of Click2Gov portal hacks.

Cryptojackers Grow Dramatically on Enterprise Networks

8 hours ago

A new report shows that illicit cryptomining malware is growing by leaps and bounds on the networks of unsuspecting victims.

As Tech Drives the Business, So Do CISOs

10 hours ago

Security leaders are evolving from technicians to business executives as tech drives enterprise projects, applications, and goals.

Zaif cryptocurrency exchange loses $60 million in recent hack

10 hours ago

The Osaka-based cryptocurrency exchange discovered hack two days ago, and is working to secure funds to reimburse affected users.

Zero Trust technology works; excuses don't

11 hours ago

Security implementation has never been a technology problem -- it's a management, leadership, and ownership issue.

Password bypass flaw in Western Digital My Cloud drives puts data at risk

11 hours ago

A security researcher has published details of a vulnerability in a popular cloud storage drive after the company failed to issue security patches for over a year. Remco Vermeulen found a privilege escalation bug in Western Digital’s My Cloud devices, w ...

Patch for EE's 4G Wi-Fi mini modem nails local privilege escalation flaw

11 hours ago

Better update if you leave your laptop unattended in public... Telco EE's Mini Wi-Fi modem needs to be updated with a recently issued patch.…

WebAuthn, FIDO2 Infuse Browsers, Platforms with Strong Authentication

12 hours ago

New standards offer protection against hacking, credential theft, phishing attacks, and hope for the end of an era of passwords as a security construct.

Mirai Hackers' Sentence Includes No Jail Time

12 hours ago

The trio behind Mirai sentenced to probation and public service in return for cooperation with law enforcement and researchers.

Access to over 3,000 backdoored sites sold on Russian hacking forum

13 hours ago

Researchers blow the lid on MagBO, a marketplace for selling access to hacked sites

Mirai Masterminds Helping FBI Snuff Out Cybercrime

13 hours ago

The three hackers behind the infamous Mirai botnet have been helping law enforcement take down cybercriminals across the globe.

Heads up: Get ready to tune in live and watch us probe insider threats menacing today's IT

13 hours ago

Your video guide to locking down systems – and then fire questions our way Promo  On September 26 at 10:00 PT / 11:00 MT / 13:00 ET / 18:00 BST we're broadcasting live with an exploration of insider threats to enterprises and other organizations.…

Critical Out-of-Band Patch Issued for Adobe Acrobat Reader

13 hours ago

Overall seven flaws were patched - including one critical vulnerability that could lead to arbitrary code execution.

Bug in Bitcoin code also opens smaller cryptocurrencies to attacks

14 hours ago

Simple denial of service bug can crash unpatched Bitcoin network nodes and may also affect many Bitcoin-based cryptocurrency offshoots.

National Museum of Computing to hold live Enigma code-breaking demo with a Bombe

15 hours ago

Turing-Welchman machine to do its thing – with original wartime operator present The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) is going to fire up its replica Enigma code-breaker to decrypt encoded messages sent from Poland – with an original wartime Bombe ...

FBI: Phishing Attacks Aim to Swap Payroll Information

15 hours ago

Social engineering scams target employees' payroll credentials so attackers can access and change their bank account data.

5 Steps to Success for New CISOs

16 hours ago

You've been hired to make an impact. These tips can help set you up for continued success.

Hackers have planted credit card stealing malware on local government payment sites

16 hours ago

Security firm FireEye has confirmed that a widely used web payment portal used to pay for local government services, like utilities and permits, has been targeted by hackers. Hackers have broken into self-hosted Click2Gov servers operated by local govern ...

A Hybrid Solution to Taming SOC Alert Overload

16 hours ago

Technology can free analysts from the burden of manual and tedious tasks so they can operate at the highest level of their abilities.

Magecart claims another victim in Newegg merchant data theft

16 hours ago

Researchers have found another example of Magecart's covert activities only 24 hours after the last incident concerning the prolific hacking group.

8 Keys to a Successful Penetration Test

17 hours ago

Pen tests are expensive, but there are key factors that can make them worth the investment.

XBash Malware Packs Double Punch: Destroys Data and Mines for Crypto Coins

17 hours ago

A newly discovered malware has different capabilities for Windows and Linux systems, including ransomware and cryptomining.

Hackers stole customer credit cards in Newegg data breach

17 hours ago

Newegg is clearing up its website after a month-long data breach. Hackers injected 15 lines of card skimming code on the online retailer’s payments page which remained for more than a month between August 14 and September 18, Yonathan Klijnsma, a threat ...

Why waste away in a cubicle when you could be a goddamn infosec neuromancer on £50k*?

18 hours ago

Basically what UK.gov is selling as it moves to plug skills gap The UK government is expanding a programme that aims to get more Brits to consider careers in information security.…

Cloudflare wants internet route leaks to be a thing of the past

18 hours ago

Internet outages happen all the time. If it’s not someone cutting through a cable in the street, it’s a massive denial-of-service attack pummeling a pillar of the internet with junk data. There is another, more common cause: routing issues. Internet r ...

Pegasus Spyware Used in 45 Countries

20 hours ago

Citizen Lab has published a new report about the Pegasus spyware. From a ZDNet article: The malware, known as Pegasus (or Trident), was created by Israeli cyber-security firm NSO Group and has been around for at least three years -- when it was first det ...

Hackers peddle thousands of air miles on the Dark Web for pocket money

20 hours ago

Underground sellers are offering stolen air miles for a fraction of their true cost to the detriment of their true owners.

Credential stuffing attacks cause heartache for the financial sector

20 hours ago

Over 30 billion login attempts using this attack technique have been recorded in less than a year.

Mirai botnet authors avoid prison after "substantial assistance" to the FBI

21 hours ago

Mirai botnet authors go from black hats to white hats.

Who ate all the PII? Not the blockchain, thankfully

21 hours ago

GDPR be praised, new product keeps personally identifiable information off the chain Dutch security firm Gemalto has said its blockchain product, slated to pilot later this year, will keep personal data off the blockchain.…

State Department reveals data breach, employee information exposed

22 hours ago

The data breach took place due to a compromised email system belonging to the department.

This Windows file may be secretly hoarding your passwords and emails

23 hours ago

A little-known Windows feature will create a file that stores text extracted from all the emails and plaintext-files found on your PC, which sometimes may reveal passwords or private conversations.

Data61 partners with Hensoldt Cyber for defence systems cyber protection

1 day ago

Announced during D61+ LIVE, the partnership is expected to secure cyber-physical systems through Data61's seL4.

Database destroying worm menaces Linux and Windows servers

1 day ago

Botnet, ransomware and coin mining rolled into one malware.

Judge: Georgia's voting machines are awful – but go ahead and use them

1 day ago

US court says no time to get paper ballots in place for November – eek! A US district court judge has okayed the use of paperless electronic voting machines in Georgia, despite being "gravely concerned" about the American state's ability to prevent hack ...

US State Department confirms: Unclassified staff email boxes hacked

1 day ago

Pompeo's peeps get free credit monitoring after some inboxes cracked open, data swiped The US State Department has confirmed one of its email systems was attacked, potentially exposing the personal information of some of its employees.…

Internet-Connected CCTV Cameras Vulnerable to 'Peekaboo' Hack

1 day ago

Zero-day flaw in China-based NUUO's video recorder technology still unfixed three months after vendor was alerted.

The Security Costs of Cloud-Native Applications

1 day ago

More than 60% of organizations report the bulk of new applications are built in the cloud. What does this mean for security?

Remote access bug turns Western Digital My Cloud into Everyone's Cloud

1 day ago

NAS boxes vulnerable to admin EoP via HTTPS packets An elevation of privilege flaw in the Western Digital My Cloud platform allows attackers to gain admin-level access to the device via an HTTP request.…

'I am admin' bug turns WD's My Cloud boxes into Everyone's Cloud

1 day ago

Western Digital NAS machines vulnerable to hijacking via HTTP cookies Miscreants can gain admin-level control over Western Digital's My Cloud gear via an HTTP request over the network or internet.…

ThreatList: Malware Samples Targeting IoT More Than Double in 2018

1 day ago

A honeypot set up to sniff out data on infected IoT devices found a broad array of compromised devices – from Mikrotik routers to dishwashers.

Websites Attack Attempts Rose in Q2

1 day ago

New data shows hackers hit websites, on average, every 25 minutes.

The Top 5 Security Threats & Mitigations for Industrial Networks

1 day ago

While vastly different than their IT counterparts, operational technology environments share common risks and best practices.

Symantec offers free website spoofing protection for US midterm elections

1 day ago

After Microsoft and Facebook, now Symantec, too, offers free security tools for election officials and midterm candidates.

IoT Threats Triple Since 2017

1 day ago

Rapidly evolving malware is posing an ever-greater threat to the IoT - and business users of the Internet.

State Government Online Payment Service Exposes 14M Customers

1 day ago

Outdated security practices made it simple to access other people's receipts for everything from traffic tickets to paying bail.

Symantec Offers Free Website Security Service for Midterm Elections

1 day ago

Security vendor offers US election jurisdictions its Project Dolphin phishing/website spoofing-detection service and security resources, for free.

Expandable ads can be entry points for site hacks

1 day ago

Researcher finds XSS vulnerabilities in iframe busters, scripts that power expandable ads that grow and cover a large area of the page.

Broadcaster ABS-CBN customer data stolen, sent to Russian servers

1 day ago

Payment skimmers are reportedly stealing information belonging to customers of the ABS-CBN store and a familiar hacking group may be to blame.

State Department confirms data breach, exposing employee data

1 day ago

The State Department has confirmed a data breach affecting an unknown number of employees. A spokesperson told TechCrunch that the breach affected “less than 1 percent” of unclassified employee inboxes. “We have not detected activity of concern in t ...

Biz! Formerly! Known! As! Yahoo! Settles! Data! Breach! Cases! To! The! Tune! Of! $47m!

1 day ago

Didja think we'd get rid of the exclaims just 'cos you're Altaba now? The company formerly known as Yahoo! is close to settling cases related to the mammoth data security breach it covered up almost four years ago at a cost of around $47m.…

GovPayNow Leak of 14M+ Records Dates Back to 2012

1 day ago

Thousands of US state and local governments use the service to process online payments for everything from traffic tickets to court fines.

Dangerous Pegasus Spyware Has Spread to 45 Countries

1 day ago

The malicious spyware has also been found in use in countries known for targeting human rights.

Overhauling the 3 Pillars of Security Operations

1 day ago

Modern apps and the cloud mean that organizations must now rethink older security practices.

Insiders Continue to be Data Theft’s Best Friend

1 day ago

The enemy within the enterprise is often employees who are either malicious or unwittingly allowing attackers inside a protected network.

Symantec offers free anti-spoofing services to US political campaigns and election groups

1 day ago

Symantec is the latest private security company to offer its expertise to vulnerable political targets on the house. Today the company announced that it would extend its “Project Dolphin” service (dolphins eat phish, get it) to political campaigns, c ...

Cloudflare’s new ‘one-click’ DNSSEC setup will make it far more difficult to spoof websites

1 day ago

Bad news first: the internet is broken for a while. The good news is that Cloudflare thinks it can make it slightly less broken. With “the click of one button,” the networking giant said Tuesday, its users can now switch on DNSSEC in their dashboard. ...

Putting the privilege back into access management

1 day ago

The anatomy of a privileged account hack Promo  At 2pm UK we've got a live broadcast in which we speak to privileged access management vendor Thycotic about new research, showing how much of a challenge privileged account management is for enterprises of ...

Oh Smeg! Hacked white goods maker resurfaces after system shutdown

1 day ago

'No reason to believe' customer deets compromised The Brit limb of unfortunately named and reassuringly expensive domestic appliance maker Smeg is up on its feet again after being hacked.…

"Lawful intercept" Pegasus spyware found deployed in 45 countries

1 day ago

At least ten operators of Pegasus spyware have deployed the malware outside their country's border, new Citizen Lab report finds.

Cybercrime: Ransomware remains a 'key' malware threat says Europol

1 day ago

Targeted attacks replace spam campaigns, but Europol's annual cybercrime report also warns that cryptojacking malware "may overtake ransomware as a future threat".

Public Shaming of Companies for Bad Security

1 day ago

Troy Hunt makes some good points, with good examples.

C'mon, biz: Give white hats a chance to tell you how screwed you are

1 day ago

... before black hats prove it There have never been more white-hat researchers hunting for vulnerabilities on internet-facing systems and yet barely any organisations provide a way for them to report the issues they find.…

MongoDB server leaks 11 million user records from e-marketing service

1 day ago

Database has now been secured. Server was also ransomed by a criminal group back in June.

Bizarre botnet infects your PC to scrub away cryptocurrency mining malware

1 day ago

The peculiar botnet, based on Satori, compromises your devices for the sole purpose of cleaning them up.

TV Licensing admits: We directed 25,000 people to send their bank details in the clear

1 day ago

Finally said yes to HTTPS The UK's TV Licensing agency has admitted that 25,000 viewers were induced into sending their bank details over an insecure connection.…

GovPayNow payment portal may have exposed over 14 million customer records

1 day ago

Names, addresses, and financial data were reportedly compromised due to lax security practices.

'Peekaboo" flaw opens up scores of network CCTV recorders

2 days ago

NUOO NVRMini2 users advised to limit access and secure devices.

UK watchdog has not issued any GDPR data breach-related fines yet

2 days ago

UK official says ICO has been receiving 500 calls a week to the agency's breach reporting line since May 25, the day the new GDPR regulation entered into effect.

The Risk Management Struggle

2 days ago

The majority of organizations are struggling to implement a risk-based approach to security - even though risk reduction has become the primary metric for measuring the effectiveness of enterprise security strategies. Read the report and get more details ...

Perth Mint revises data breach impact

2 days ago

Thousands of customers now affected.

Thousands affected in Perth Mint data breach revision

2 days ago

Bullion traders targeted.

900,000 Australians opt out of My Health Record

2 days ago

Fewer people are opting out of Australia's centralised digital health record system than expected, but critics are still slamming the "poorly controlled" and rarely used access rules.

Perth Mint leaks 13 accounts in data breach. No, make that 3,200

2 days ago

Unnamed third-party provider spaffed customer data A data breach at Perth Mint first thought to have affected 13 customers turned out to be more widespread, with more than 3,000 customers breached.…

Just 13 – no, er, make that 3,200 punters hit in Oz's Perth Mint hack

2 days ago

Unnamed third-party provider spaffed customer data A computer security breach at Perth Mint first thought to have affected just 13 customers turned out to be more widespread – with more than 3,000 punters now screwed over by hackers.…

This is what Americans think about the state of election security right now

2 days ago

A wide-ranging new poll yields some useful insight into how worried the average American feels about election threats as the country barrels toward midterms. The survey, conducted by NPR and researchers with Marist College, polled 949 adult US residents ...

US lawmakers introduce bill to fight cybersecurity workforce shortage

2 days ago

Report claims US public and private sectors had over 300,000 cybersecurity-related job openings between April 2017 and March 2018.

Facebook pilots new political campaign security tools — just 50 days before Election Day

2 days ago

Facebook has rolled out a “pilot” program of new security tools for political campaigns — just weeks before millions of Americans go to the polls for the midterm elections. The social networking giant said it’s targeting campaigns who “may be p ...

Facebook bolsters security protections for candidates, elected officials

2 days ago

A new ​pilot program offers upgraded cybersecurity protections to accounts associated with candidates and elected officials.

New Xbash Malware a Cocktail of Malicious Functions

2 days ago

The new malware tool targeting Windows and Linux systems combines cryptomining, ransomware, botnet, and self-propagation capabilities.

Zero-Day Bug Allows Hackers to Access CCTV Surveillance Cameras

2 days ago

Firmware used in up to 800,000 CCTV cameras open to attack thanks to buffer overflow zero-day bug.

New XBash malware combines ransomware, coinminer, botnet, and worm features in deadly combo

2 days ago

New XBash malware strain targets both Linux and Windows servers

RDP Ports Prove Hot Commodities on the Dark Web

2 days ago

Remote desktop protocol access continues to thrive in underground markets, primarily to hackers who lack expertise to find exposed ports themselves.

Apple iOS 12 security update tackles Safari spoofing, data leaks, kernel memory flaws

2 days ago

The iPad and iPhone maker's iOS 12 launch is accompanied by a slew of security updates for various products.

Yahoo Class-Action Suits Set for Settlement

2 days ago

Altaba tells SEC it will incur $47 million to settle consumer litigation for massive Yahoo data breaches.

Surveillance camera vulnerability could allow hackers to spy on and alter recordings

2 days ago

In newly published research, security firm Tenable reveals how popular video surveillance camera software could be manipulated, allowing would-be attackers the ability to view, disable or otherwise manipulate video footage. The vulnerability, which resear ...

Five security settings in iOS 12 you should change right now

2 days ago

iOS 12, Apple’s latest mobile software for iPhone and iPad, is finally out. The new software packs in a bunch of new security and privacy features you’ve probably already heard about. Here’s what you need to do to take advantage of the new settings ...

Facebook Now Offers Bounties For Access Token Exposure

2 days ago

The newly expanded Facebook bug bounty program sniffs out access token exposure flaws.

Check out this link! It's not like it'll crash your iPhone or anything

2 days ago

A few lines of code that Apple's browser simply can't handle A flaw in the WebKit rendering engine bundled with Safari can crash iPhones and iPads that stray on sites designed to load CSS code.…

Old WordPress Plugin Being Exploited in RCE Attacks

2 days ago

Old instances of the popular WordPress Duplicator Plugin are leaving sites open to remote code execution attacks.

Ransomware Takes Down Airport's Flight Information Screens

2 days ago

The attack left airport staff to post flight times and gates on whiteboards at Bristol Airport in Britain.

Facebook bolsters bug bounty program with rewards for user token exposure

2 days ago

If you submit a valid case of Facebook user access token leaks, you are eligible for a financial reward.

Facebook expands bug bounty program to include third-party apps and websites

2 days ago

Facebook announced this morning it’s expanding its bug bounty program – which pays researchers who find security vulnerabilities within its platform – to now include issues found in third-party apps and websites. Specifically, Facebook says it will ...

Hackers hijack surveillance camera footage with 'Peekaboo' zero-day vulnerability

2 days ago

The previously unknown security flaw in Nuuo software is thought to impact hundreds of thousands of devices worldwide.

​Five computer security questions you must be able to answer right now

2 days ago

If you can't answer these basic questions, your security could be at risk.

CSS-Based Attack Causes iOS, macOS Devices to Crash

2 days ago

The attack stems from a glitch in WebKit, an HTML layout browser engine in Apple’s Safari browser.

Ordinary WiFi devices can be used to detect suspicious luggage, bombs, weapons

2 days ago

Researchers turn ordinary WiFi devices in rudimentary scanners that can identify potentially dangerous objects hidden inside bags or luggage.

Ordinary Wi-Fi devices can be used to detect suspicious luggage, bombs, weapons

2 days ago

Researchers turn ordinary WiFi devices in rudimentary scanners that can identify potentially dangerous objects hidden inside bags or luggage.

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Security Teams

2 days ago

Security requires smart people, processes, and technology. Too often, the "people" portion of the PPT equation is neglected.

Altaba to settle lawsuits relating to Yahoo data breach for $47 million

2 days ago

Altaba, the holding company of what Verizon left behind after its acquisition of Yahoo, said it has settled three ongoing legal cases relating to Yahoo’s previously disclosed data breaches. In a Monday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commissio ...

Bristol airport pulls flight info system offline following attack by 'online criminals'

2 days ago

No flight delays, miraculously* Bristol Airport deliberately yanked its flight screens offline for two days over the weekend in response to a cyberattack.…

NSA Attacks Against Virtual Private Networks

2 days ago

A 2006 document from the Snowden archives outlines successful NSA operations against "a number of "high potential" virtual private networks, including those of media organization Al Jazeera, the Iraqi military and internet service organizations, and a num ...

How the Windows EternalBlue exploit lives on and why it refuses to die

2 days ago

Cryptojacking, endless infection loops, and more are ensuring that the leaked NSA tool continues to disrupt the enterprise worldwide.

Why the 'fixed' Windows EternalBlue exploit won't die

2 days ago

Cryptojacking, endless infection loops, and more are ensuring that the leaked NSA tool continues to disrupt the enterprise worldwide.

This new phishing attack uses an old trick to steal passwords and credit card details

2 days ago

The tax office isn't offering you a refund via email, sorry.

Who's hacking into UK unis? Spies, research-nickers... or rival gamers living in res hall?

2 days ago

Report fingers students and staff for academic cyber-attacks Who's hacking into university systems? Here's a clue from the UK higher education tech crew at Jisc: the attacks drop dramatically during summer break.…

GAW Miners CEO earns prison time for defrauding customers of $9 million

2 days ago

The company operated a Ponzi scheme under the guise of cryptocurrency mining.

Tick-tock, tick-tock. Oh, that's just the sound of compromised logins waiting to ruin your day

2 days ago

Nothing is secure, everything is hackable. Wisdom Comment  It has never been easier to conduct a cyber attack. There now exists a range of off-the-shelf tools and services that do all the heavy lifting – you just need to pick an approach and tool you l ...

Equifax IT staff had to rerun hackers' database queries to work out what was nicked – audit

2 days ago

And let security kit fail for 10 months due to bad cert Equifax was so unsure how much data had been stolen during its 2017 mega-hack that its IT staff spent weeks rerunning the hackers' database queries on a test system to find out.…

Huawei and ZTE excluded from 5G trials in India: Report

3 days ago

Nokia, Ericsson, Cisco, and Samsung have been invited to take part in 5G trials with carriers across India, according to a report, while Huawei and ZTE have not.

Home Affairs dominates in govt cyber war games

3 days ago

Outplays public, private rivals.

Ransomware attack blacks out screens at Bristol Airport

3 days ago

Airport officials decline to pay ransom demand and manually restore all affected systems. Functionality has been restored to all screens after two days.

Critical infrastructure will have to operate if there's malware on it or not

3 days ago

Retired US Air Force cyber-security expert shares his thoughts on the future of critical infrastructure security.

Facebook is hiring a director of human rights policy to work on “conflict prevention” and “peace-building”

3 days ago

Facebook is advertising for a human rights policy director to join its business, located either at its Menlo Park HQ or in Washington DC — with “conflict prevention” and “peace-building” among the listed responsibilities. In the job ad, Faceboo ...

Remote code exec found in Alpine Linux

4 days ago

Update and rebuild or risk pwnage.

Nasty piece of CSS code crashes and restarts iPhones

4 days ago

Vulnerability most likely affects any iOS and macOS app that uses the WebKit rendering engine to display web pages. Apple is investigating.

A new CSS-based web attack will crash and restart your iPhone

4 days ago

A security researcher has found a new way to crash and restart any iPhone — with just a few lines of code. Sabri Haddouche tweeted a proof-of-concept webpage with just 15 lines of code which, if visited, will crash and restart an iPhone or iPad. Those o ...

FEMA to send its first ‘Presidential Alert’ in emergency messaging system test

4 days ago

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will this week test a new “presidential alert” system that will allow the president to send a message to every phone in the US. The alert is the first nationwide test of the presidential alert test, FEMA said in ...