Viber just implemented end-to-end encryption, but is it secure?
Security experts are suspicious of any encryption that a company won't discuss.
Americans side with tech companies over government on risks and priorities in encryption debate
Far more Americans trust Apple to secure their digital data than trust the FBI.
Journalist Matthew Keys sentenced to 2 years for computer hacking
Anonymous-linked reporter was convicted in October.
U.S. continues efforts to force Apple’s help in accessing Brooklyn drug dealer’s iPhone
Apple vs. FBI, round 2.
FBI’s iPhone hack only works on one type of phone, director says
FBI director James Comey said the agency's iPhone hack only works on one version of the phone.
Bernie Sanders wins Wisconsin, scoring key victory over Hillary Clinton
The victory could be a turning point in the Democratic race for president.
FBI’s new iPhone exploit raises old questions about software vulnerability disclosure
The FBI says they have found a way into the San Bernardino shooter's phone. But should they tell Apple how they did it?
Iran denies ordering hack of U.S. dam, blasts American government for Stuxnet virus
The U.S., Iran said, was in no position to cry foul.
Facebook glitch sends Safety Check notice to people nowhere near Pakistan after explosion
People are very confused.
Discovery of fatal flaw in Microsoft’s Internet Explorer earns security researcher $100,000
'There will always be bugs in software.'
1.5 million Verizon Enterprise customers hacked, info sold on Dark Net
Startling report uncovers a massive breach.
Apple’s Tim Cook addresses San Bernardino unlocking case at iPhone SE launch
'This is an issue that impacts all of us.'
Flaw in Apple’s iMessage encryption puts your photos, videos at risk
Encryption researchers at Johns Hopkins say they found a flaw in Apple's iMessage encryption.