PGP encryption is probably not broken, but impersonation is still a problem.
Kristian Fiskerstrand cautions that more users trying it out now doesn't necessarily mean they'll adopt the practice permanently.
A bloody biker gang war goes high tech
Forget the $16 billion romance between Facebook and WhatsApp. There’s a new messaging tool worth watching.
Physics and social media will collide this afternoon in a Google+ Hangout.
If you ever used TorMail, the FBI is making its way through your inbox.
Eric Eoin Marques, accused of running Dark Web hosting service Freedom Hosting, has a bail hearing scheduled for Sept. 11.
Whichever method you choose, make sure you encrypt your senstive messages.
SecureDrop uses four different servers to keep communications between whistleblowers and reporters private.
More people, especially Americans, are turning to the private browsing solution every day.
In light of the Freedom Hosting bust, it's time to survey the landscape of the Dark Web and see what still exists.
Is Colorado's SouthernCoMarijuana a scam, operating illegally, or both?
With three major secure email services down, Mega sees a market opportunity.
Former Silk Road admins have launched a successor to the infamous online drug market.
Three major private email services have just shut their doors—right in the wake of new revalations of NSA spying on Americans' emails.
Don't you hate it when that happens?
Bringing in millions of dollars and warding off the cops, however, is still very much up to you.
Even the most privacy conscious leave digital breadcrumbs back to their identity. Here's how to keep your online trail clean.
In most social media sites, the privacy you think you might have doesn't really exist.