ProtonMail, Tutanota among authors of letter urging EU to reconsider encryption rules
Breaking encryption in Europe "will threaten the basic rights of millions," the companies argue.
Investigation finds nothing malicious in email received by UK Labour Party candidate
Ben Bradshaw, who has spoken up about Russian interference in British politics, claimed to have received a malicious email that turned out to be benign.
Hackers target 'hundreds' of Middle East activists with fake login pages, 2FA bypass schemes
The phishing methods are not new, but point to an effort to automate them at scale to target human rights activists, journalists and others.