iPhone Lockscreen Exploit Discovered in Apple’s Latest iOS Update

Almost as soon as Apple released iOS 12.1 on Tuesday, a Spanish security researcher discovered a bug that exploits group Facetime calls to give anyone access to an iPhone users’ contact information with no need for a passcode. Read More >>

Google Shames Microsoft For Not Fixing Windows 10 Browser Bug

Google’s Project Zero security division published details of a Windows 10 Edge and Internet Explorer 11 vulnerability that allows remote hackers to crash both browsers and execute malicious code. Read More >>

When You Type @+[251859230739:0] on Facebook It Turns Into "I’m Gay"

Here's something strange. When you type in @+[251859230739:0] on Facebook, the characters transform and become "I'm gay" once you post it. What in the world? What's going on? Read More >>

New Adobe Flash Exploit Could Give Any Website Access to Your Webcam

A Stanford computer science student named Feross Aboukhadijeh has uncovered a pretty major security hole in Adobe Flash, in which somebody could turn on your Mac's webcam and mic and save that video for whatever nefarious purposes. Oh good. Read More >>