Android is currently the most popular mobile operating system in the world today. Statistics show that there are more than 100 million people worldwide use some version of Android on their smartphone or tablet. The use of Android however has the Federal Bureaue of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security worried as this platform
Imagine this, you are talking to your friend at the mall or at your home but then your Android smartphone is secretly recording your conversation. It’s not doing this on its own though as it has been injected with a malware so that other people can spy on you or even copy the data that
Google’s legal team has just recently sent out a bunch of e-mails to their registered developers regarding a subpeona issued by the FBI. Supposedly this has something to do with an investigation regarding applications that are showing up in various places where developers have not provided any sort of consent., which leads the FBI to
Hacker group that calls themselves AntiSec posted a shocking revelation on Monday alleging the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has in its possession a database that it stores millions of data including unique identifiers for Apple iPhones and iPads. Today, the agency denies all allegations negating the possession of the said database that hackers alleged.
The online world did a double take when it was announced that Megaupload had been shut down by the US government, and frontman Kim DotCom was taken into custody in New Zealand. The hacktivist group, Anonymous, went after multiple sites in retaliation to the megaupload take down and as a post protest to SOPA’s blackout
You must have heard of Lulz Security by now. Lulz Security is the team of hackers responsible for some of the PSN hacks, the X-Factor hack, PBS, several hacks of Sony Entertainment and now they’ve turned to an FBI partner company based in Atlanta. InfraGard Atlanta is described by Yahoo London as a “public-private partnership