… As EU negotiates for better access
China has dismissed US security claims against its telecoms equipment maker Huawei as groundless and “abnormal”.
Employees share the most sensitive data
More than 83 percent of companies had an employee accidentally expose customer or sensitive data a new study had found.
We don’t spy, but you guys do
Huawei’s chairman Guo Ping took a swing at the US government while insisting that his outfit doesn't use its privileged position to spy on its users around the world.
Distributing hacked versions of popular apps
Software distributors such as TutuApp, Panda Helper, AppValley and TweakBox have found a simple way to distribute pirated iPhone apps without using Apple’s app store.
Will spend 1.5 billion pounds to keep the Brits happy
The Chinese technology giant Huawei has said security problems raised in a government report could take between three and five years to fix.
Ignored it for a more than a week
Fruity cargo cult Apple knew about a killer bug on its iPhone software which allowed users to listen into their mates’ conversations for a week before it pulled the software.
Best before expired
Avast’s PC Trends Report 2019 found that users are making themselves vulnerable by not implementing security patches and keeping outdated versions of popular applications on their PCs.
Google will shut down its Google+ social media service in April, four months ahead of schedule, after finding a software flaw for the second time this year that allowed partner apps to access its users’ private data.
Attempt to kill third-party repairs
The Tame Apple Press has made much ado about the fruity cargo cult Apple’s super cool game-changing T2 security chip which is supposed to make Macs like Fort Knox. But according to the Verge, the T2 chip is a nasty bit of DRM whose main job is to lock down Apple devices from third-party repair services.