David Evenden was hired in 2014 to work in Abu Dhabi on a defensive cybersecurity project, only to discover it was actually an offensive spy operation for a United Arab Emirates intelligence service.
An investigation that weaves a winding tale between police in Ankara who were charged with spying on their own colleagues... and the purchase of Hackin…
To make it easier to contextualize the details laid out in the accompanying Hacking Team story, and see patterns and connections, here is a timeline of…
The reported breach comes weeks after computer systems belonging to Iran's railway system were also hacked. The railway incident has been attributed to…
An NSO document leaked to the internet reveals how the Pegasus spyware - sold to intelligence and law enforcement agencies around the world - can be us…
A series of blockbuster stories published this week around a leaked list of 50,000 phone numbers have created confusion about whether the owners of tho…
Documents unsealed by a court this week reveal that the Justice Department didn't just go after email providers to obtain reporter records, but also we…
Problems uncovered in the hash-verification process for voting machines made by Election Systems and Software highlight issues with the trustworthiness…
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