A Facebook blog post directed at its advertising partners reveals that the social media giant has been underreporting iOS ad performance by about 15% in the aggregate since the major privacy update was rolled out on Apple’s mobile operating system in late April.
The U.S. Treasury Department has handed down the first sanctions to a crypto exchange, hitting Russia-based SUEX.io for facilitating ransomware payments.
Consumers can now access all Microsoft accounts using passwordless authentication using Microsoft Authenticator App, Windows Hello, security key, or SMS and email verification codes.
Security researchers discovered that Mirai Botnet trojans actively exploited the OMIGOD Azure vulnerability and then closed the OMI SSL port 5896 to prevent others from doing the same.
One probe calls TikTok’s #GDPR compliance into question due to data transfers to China. The other is on a theme that has been causing TikTok problems for years now: its collection and handling of the personal data of children.
A little under a decade ago, Google marketed its smart glasses as a combination of fashion and function that it expected to become a hot trend. Facebook is forging ahead with its own version, and regulators are not wasting any time scrutinizing it.
Japanese tech giant Olympus suffered a suspected BlackMatter ransomware attack in early August that disrupted operations in its European, Middle East, and African operations.
ProtonMail has built its reputation in no small part because of its pledge to not keep user IP logs except in "extreme criminal cases." A recent case indicates that the circumstances may not need to be all that extreme.
WhatsApp will soon roll out end-to-end encryption for chat backups, shutting down a favorite loophole exploited by law enforcement agencies, and giving WhatsApp an edge of market appeal.