Here’s the Evidence Linking Russia to the French Election Hack
As France braces for the second round of its national election, security researchers try to figure out if Russia was really behind the alleged hacking attempts against frontrunner Emmanuel Macron. After months of speculation on whether dreaded Russian hackers would try to meddle with the French elections the same... Read more
The Pentagon Still Doesn’t Encrypt Its Emails
A year and a half ago, an investigation revealed that several U.S. government agencies weren’t using basic, easy-to-implement, encryption technology — and thus failing to protect their employees’ emails traveling across the internet. At the time the U.S. Army and Navy and even the CIA and FBI didn’t use... Read more
The CIA Allegedly Hacked Macs and iPhones — A Decade Ago
When WikiLeaks dumped a cache of hundreds of secret documents allegedly detailing the CIA’s hacking operations in early March 2017, Julian Assange promised that was just “less than one percent” of what the secret-spilling group had in its possession. On March 23, 2017, WikiLeaks released a new cache of... Read more