BurnBox Makes Hidden Files Look Like You've Deleted ThemCryptographers have developed a new technology designed to protect your secrets at the border.
How Cloudflare Uses Lava Lamps to Guard Against HackersInside Cloudflare's San Francisco office, 100 units of Edward Craven Walker’s groovy hardware help guard the internet.
Russian Hackers, a Bluetooth Flaw, and More Security News This WeekA Google security key, Russian hackers, and more of the week's top security news.
How A Group of Imprisoned Hackers Introduced JPay to the WorldOver the last 15 years, JPay has quietly been moving into prisons across the country—connecting family members through email, at a cost.
Amazon's Facial Recognition System Mistakes Members of Congress for MugshotsAmazon has marketed its Rekognition facial recognition system to law enforcement. But in a new ACLU study, the technology confused 28 members of Congress with publicly available arrest photos.
Equifax's Security Overhaul, a Year After Its Epic BreachNearly a year after hackers stole the personal data of 147 million people from Equifax, the company details how it's overhauling security.
Twitter Continues Cleanup and Cracks Down on Malicious AppsThe move is part a wider push to make Twitter “healthier,” which includes ridding the platform of spam and abuse.
Google Chrome Now Labels HTTP Sites as 'Not Secure'The world's biggest browser now lets you know when you're visiting an unencrypted site.
Why Trump Won't Stop Talking About the Carter Page WiretapThe FISA court's secrecy and complexity make it a perfect punching bag for Trump and his defenders.
How to Secure Your Accounts With Better Two-Factor AuthenticationTwo-factor authentication is a must, but don't settle for the SMS version. Use a more secure authenticator app instead.