In a bid to make sure all mobiles were available for the NSA worldwide, the surveillance agency created Operation Auroragold, to attack and weaken various bands and network creators. The attack not only represents the NSA's vicious ways to intercepting networks, but also how they do not ...

Continue reading

In an effort to stop companies like Google from diverting its profits overseas, the UK government has enacted a "Google tax" to close current loopholes in the formula — like diverting profits to Ireland — where there is a lower tax rate. A strict 25 percent tax ...

Continue reading

The Sony Pictures hack might be more extensive than most first thought, according to new reports from various outlets. Following the FBI and FireEye probe into the hack, reports claim hackers stole 100 terabytes of data. The data included various personal information from staff on Sony Pictures, ...

Continue reading

The Iranian military hacking group has shown is prowess on the online battlefield in the past year, targeting airlines, factories and other private sector. Security firm Cylance has been tracking the attacks over the course of two years. Iran has attacked over 50 different targets in 16 ...

Continue reading

Intel is reported to be the providing the silicon for Google Glass next year, moving away from Texas Instruments. The rumor, first reported by The Wall Street Journal, claims Google and Intel will partner up to create a custom chip, possibly built on the Quark technology Intel has been ...

Continue reading

In a rather odd 191-page report on soldier Lee Rigby — who was murdered in London by two British Muslims — the British Parliament’s Intelligence and Security Committee's long time Chairman, Sir Malcolm Rifkind, claims Facebook should be blamed for the attack taking place. Rifkind declares in his ...

Continue reading

The European Union recently passed laws to make sure companies and governments do not sell software bundled with surveillance technology to tyrannical regimes, to curb the power and influence they have on everyday life in the country. Even though the EU holds a lot of power, most security ...

Continue reading

Regin malware — first spotted this week by Symantec — looks to be a co-opted effort by U.S. and British intelligence agencies. The malware was able to spy on various European Union and Belgium Internet communications. Various security experts who have looked over the malware call it ...

Continue reading