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A mother in Houston recently found that the security camera in her daughter's bedroom was being publicly broadcasted. She learned that a video game server helped the hackers access the system.
GCHQ has released one of its projects on Github in a bid to improve community relations and entice developers into getting involved with the agency and possibly joining it.
The US National Security Agency has been caught eavesdropping again using the firmware of hard drives to host its own spyware, according to the Russian computer security firm, Kaspersky Lab.
New leaked documents show how the NSA is able to use botnets, malware and even other countries' spy systems to gather data and spread their own programs to new targets.
A strange website is letting anyone stream from private IP cameras due to a security flaw. It is unclear what the motive of the website is, but the website is clearly doing more harm than good.
A new report claims that the National Security Agency has intercepted PCs from targeted individuals or groups and installed malware or even spy hardware inside the computers.
Thousands of demonstrators take to the streets of Germany after fears that it may become another "surveillance nation". German Chancellor Angela Merkel denied any involvement with the NSA.
A US District Judge has ordered the FBI to come clean on their efforts to access encrypted information and force manufacturers to build backdoors into their products, following a lawsuit from the EFF.
What if every website you loaded, movie you streamed, song you pirated, and email you sent was decrypted and stored for a year by your ISP? Scary? It's exactly what the UK is hoping to do.
A small company called Malice Afterthought, received a DARPA grant and came up with a tiny spy computer using off-the-shelf parts that cost only $50.
NetworkWorld had a chance to sit down and interview Mike German, 16-year veteran of the FBI who is now the ALCU's Policy Counsel on National Security, Immigration and Privacy. It was very eye opening to...
Federal prosecutors have decided not to charge employees of the suburban Philadelphia school district who took thousands of webcam photos from laptops issued to students. "We have not found evidence that would establish beyond a...
Microsoft said that an alleged Russian spy was an employee at their headquarters in Redmond. According to businessweek, the Russian spy was a software tester for Microsoft, who was part of a spy ring sending...
Last week Neowin reported on a shocking case at the Lower Merion High School district in Pennsylvania, U.S. The FBI confirmed later that they will be opening up a criminal investigation over the matter. Students issued...
Something you would have thought would only be part of action movies may be a reality soon in the UK. The government has plans to create a massive database that will store all...