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Apple comes out swinging against the FBI in Round 2 of the war on encryption

by: Kris CarlonApril 16, 2016
Apple is clearly getting tired of the constant harassment and has started being less-than-congenial in its communications to the FBI.
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Google (re)attempts to defeat deceptive download buttons and ads

by: Kris CarlonApril 13, 2016
Google is expanding the scope of its Safe Browsing "social engineering" defences even further, by tackling deceptive download ads. And this time, it actually seems to be working.
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Would you pay $19/month to completely secure your online privacy?

by: Kris CarlonApril 7, 2016
"Privacy as a service" is a thing: providing complete online security, but at a cost. Do you take your online privacy seriously enough to pay for it?
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WhatsApp encrypts all forms of communication within the app

by: Edgar CervantesApril 5, 2016
WhatsApp has partnered with Open Whisper Systems to bring end-to-end encryption to all WhatsApp communications, and today they have finally concluded the process.
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Google also in the firing line in the FBI’s war on encryption

by: Kris CarlonMarch 31, 2016
The ACLU has released an interactive U.S. map highlighting where the federal government has taken both Apple and Google to court to compel co-operation in unlocking devices.
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FBI has hacked the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone, calls off the case against Apple

by: Kris CarlonMarch 29, 2016
The FBI has “successfully accessed the data” stored on the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone without the help of Apple.
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge receiving April security update in Korea

by: Matthew BensonMarch 26, 2016
The Galaxy S7 Edge is receiving the April edition of Google's Android security patch update in South Korea, clocking in at just over 120MB. Details within.
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Emergency security update coming to Nexus devices due to discovered exploit

by: Edgar CervantesMarch 19, 2016
Google has just announced they are releasing a mid-month security patch due to the discovery of an exploit that could bring harm to some devices; namely, the Nexus 5 and Nexus 6.
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(Update: AT&T too) March security updates heading to US carrier Galaxy S7s

by: Rob TriggsMarch 18, 2016
T-Mobile and Verizon have begun rolling out security updates to their Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge handsets.
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Stagefright-based ‘Metaphor’ exploit can take control of your phone in just 15 seconds

by: Kris CarlonMarch 17, 2016
Security researchers have uncovered a new Stagefright-based exploit that can reportedly be used to take control of your Samsung, LG or HTC phone in just 15 seconds.
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