Questions about Clubhouse security, privacy just keep adding up

The Clubhouse app has a reported 10 million downloads, and three or four news cycles about security flaws in its repertoire.

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Microsoft warns of state-sponsored Chinese hackers exploiting multiple zero-days

by Sean Lyngaas • 5 hours ago

it's a reminder of the formidable Chinese cyber capabilities with which the Biden administration will have to contend.

Number of investigations into SolarWinds breach grows, along with cleanup cost

by Shannon Vavra • 12 hours ago

SolarWinds faces existential questions in the aftermath of the breach.

Suspected China-linked hackers targeted India's energy sector, research suggests

by Shannon Vavra • 1 day ago

China may be trying to send a signal to India, analysts say.

Robocalls keep spamming Americans, in part because of their cyber tools

by Tim Starks • 2 days ago

Robocalls are back on the rise after a pandemic reprieve, and scammers are learning new tricks.

Microsoft shares tool to hunt for compromise in SolarWinds breach

by Shannon Vavra • 4 days ago

It's the latest private sector effort to help respond to the SolarWinds fallout.

Vietnamese hackers spent years harassing human rights activists with spyware

by Shannon Vavra • 5 days ago

OceanLotus has a vast array of tools at its disposal to conduct espionage.

Biden signs executive order demanding supply chain security review

by Tim Starks • 6 days ago

The supply chain review is a matter of economic and national security, the president said.

Plane-maker Bombardier discloses breach after stolen data surfaces

by Jeff Stone • 7 days ago

The Bombardier announcement seems to reference the Accellion hack, a sprawling incident affecting firms in the U.S. and Canada.

Senate hearing on SolarWinds hack lays bare US shortcomings, remaining mysteries

by Tim Starks • 1 week ago

Fundamental questions, like how the SolarWinds hackers got into its systems from the start, still aren't answered.

Twitter scrubs accounts tied to Russian, Iranian influence operations

by Shannon Vavra • 1 week ago

Social media companies are still playing catchup to repeat offenders running influence operations.

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