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If you find yourself embarrassed of the sites you frequent-or you're just browsing at work-Timesify can switch on the class by making whatever you're reading look like a New York Times article.

We've all been there: you see a link and really want to know what amusing information lies beyond, but you know someone around you might see.

Governments are increasingly using spyware for mobile devices to monitor targets, raising questions over the possible misuse of such tools, a new study suggests.

The Citizen Lab, part of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto, and Kaspersky Lab both published analyses on Tuesday of a surveillance product called Remote Control System (RCS) from Hacking Team in Italy.

Cybercriminals tricked a friend into giving away sensitive information. Now he wants to know how “to mitigate this situation?”

Don’t feel bad. We all make stupid mistakes. But with these sorts of mistakes, you have to act fast to avoid disaster.

Some of the Internet’s most visited websites that encrypt data with the SSL protocol are still susceptible to a recently announced vulnerability that could allow attackers to intercept and decrypt connections.

On June 5, developers of the widely used OpenSSL crypto library released emergency security patches to address several vulnerabilities, including one tracked as CVE-2014-0224 that could allow attackers to spy on encrypted connections if certain conditions are met.

EU justice ministers on Friday reached a partial agreement on planned new data privacy laws, but they still disagree about how to implement them.

Ministers agreed on the rules that govern international data transfers and on the territorial scope of the data protection regulation.

Good news for those who fear being victims of any OpenSSL vulnerability.

Since the discovery of the Heartbleed bug, security experts are pouring over its source code, in a bid to tidy up what could be described as a messy coding chaos.

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  • Michael A
    Why they do not shut down the company that provides the faulty patchwork systems that make such malware first possible? No, not because of a faulty ...

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  • Moubreb
    The people at any router between You and facebook can read Your communication if: 1. You're using an http: connection 2. A fake facebook certificate ...

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  • theoctagon
    You could always just use what's already baked in: Android Device Manager. https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager

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  • Michael A
    AFAIR the patch was available one day after the discovery of heartbleed. That normal with Free Software. Only mislead users of commercial scrap have ...

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