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Chinese mobile surveillance of Uighurs more pervasive than previously thought, researchers say

by Sean Lyngaas • 1 week ago

The spying tools have been in use for years.

Zero-day broker: Stop sending us Apple bugs, we have enough already

by Jeff Stone • 2 months ago

A spike in submissions means "the security level of that product is decreasing," the CEO of Zerodium told CyberScoop.

Trend Micro finds new mobile malware masquerading as a chat app

by Shannon Vavra • 7 months ago

It looks like company found the malware before any victims were hit.

As iOS vulnerabilities emerge, a new app promises to detect hacked iPhones

by Jeff Stone • 8 months ago

The app is available for $4.99 in the iOS store.

Shadow Brokers data dump tipped researchers off to a mysterious APT dubbed DarkUniverse

by Jeff Stone • 8 months ago

The group is tied to an APT that has targeted Chinese minorities, Kaspersky said.

A Chinese hacking group breached a telecom to monitor targets' texts, phone metadata

by Shannon Vavra • 8 months ago

The timing of the attack coincides roughly with the pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong.

BlackBerry Cylance: More and more APT groups are relying on mobile malware to track dissidents

by Shannon Vavra • 8 months ago

What has been used to track political dissidents inside certain countries is now being used on targets abroad, according to Cylance.

Senator: U.S. companies can't stand up to China without cybersecurity assurances

by Joe Warminsky • 9 months ago

Want big tech companies and sports leagues to stop giving in to Beijing's demands? Make sure they feel safe from the Chinese cyberthreat, Sen. Ben Sasse says.

Trump administration looks to throttle Chinese surveillance companies’ business with U.S.

by Shannon Vavra • 9 months ago

The U.S. Commerce Department added eight Chinese companies to its Entity List, citing human rights abuses and surveillance against Muslim minorities.

A cyber-espionage effort against Tibetan leaders leveraged known Android, iOS vulnerabilities

by Jeff Stone • 10 months ago

Citizen Lab says the spyware campaign involved attackers who posed as journalists, Amnesty International researchers, nongovernmental organization workers through May 2019.

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