Thursday, December 14, 2017
Tags Consumer security

Tag: consumer security

Apple is sharing your face with apps, and you should be...

Poop that mimics your facial expressions was just the beginning.It's going to hit the fan when the face-mapping tech that powers the iPhone X's...

Thousands of Australians affected by Uber hack cover-up

Hundreds of thousands of Australian Uber riders and thousands of local Uber drivers have been caught up in the breach that the ride-sharing...

Wake up, Sonia Kruger! There are real risks to a national...

Someone had been drinking the Turnbull Kool-Aid in Willoughby this morning, with Today Show Extra co-host Sonia Kruger welcoming with open arms the...

Bluetooth flaw allows airborne viruses silently to attack internet-enabled devices

Vulnerabilities in Bluetooth could allow airborne computer viruses to spread silently, potentially infecting billions of devices around the world, a team of cyber...

Reminder: ‘Incognito Mode’ is not as private as you think

Even when you're covering your tracks by opening a new incognito window, your web browsing history might not be as private as you think....

Nearly 20,000 Australians caught up in massive Bupa Global data breach

Bupa's international health insurance arm was hit by a malicious act in its British office, putting the private information of almost 20,000 Australian customers...

Explainer: Is it possible for the government to decrypt criminal messages...

When is a government back door into your social media account a back door and when is it "access to communications"?That is the...

Medicare details of every Australian currently up for sale on the...

A confronting report shows that a vendor on the dark web can pull up the full Medicare card details of any Australian on request...

Australia’s cyber defence force will go on the attack, target foreign...

Australia's cyber intelligence agency will be given the power to launch offensive operations to shut down foreign criminal networks, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has...

Perpetrators of global cyber attack have earned only $35k, despite causing...

Nine charged over $165m ATO fraud As thousands of organisations work to contain and clean up the mess from the devastating WannaCrypt (or...