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A Spyware Vendor Seemingly Made a Fake WhatsApp to Hack Targets

Technical analyses by Citizen Lab and Motherboard found links between a fake version of WhatsApp and Cy4Gate, an Italian surveillance firm that works with cops and intelligence agencies.

Singapore home cams hacked: Are web and mobile cameras secure?

What should people look out for when buying surveillance cameras? Find out the answers to the top five concerns surrounding web cams.

Indian COVID-19 Surveillance App Left Data Of Millions Exposed Online

The Indian COVID-19 surveilance app belonged to the state UP and exposed data of 8 million people including sensitive PII and health records.

Android Malware Bypasses 2FA And Targets Telegram, Gmail Passwords

A new Android malware strain has been uncovered, part of the Rampant Kitten threat group's widespread surveillance campaign that targets Telegram credentials and more.

NSA Mass Surveillance Program Illegal, U.S. Court Rules

The NSA argued its mass surveillance program stopped terrorist attacks – but a new U.S. court ruling found that this is not, and may have even been unconstitutional.

Adobe tackles new Flash threat after Hacking Team leak

Adobe issues an update to fix a security hole in Flash that was discovered after data was stolen from an online surveillance company.

New Android Spyware Tools Emerge in Widespread Surveillance Campaign

Researchers have uncovered a surveillance campaign, dating back to at least 2013, which has used a slew of Android surveillanceware tools to spy on the Uyghur ethnic minority group.

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