What if distributed denial-of-service attacks (DDoS) hit emergency call centers? You have telephony denial-of-service attacks (TDoS) — and a worried FBI.
In another assault on privacy, Interpol plans to join law enforcement agencies in the U.S., Australia, and the UK in opposing strong encryption.
The FBI has a new director, but it is singing the same old song. The bureau wants an encryption backdoor for devices. Here’s why this is a bad idea.
Mirai ran rampant last year, but those behind the malware won’t be creating new havoc anytime soon: The three Mirai botnet creators have pleaded guilty.
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