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From TheJournal.ie CAB to seize €530k in accounts belonging to firm which sold gangland criminals untraceable phones Phantom Secure

CAB to seize €530k in accounts belonging to firm which sold gangland criminals untraceable phones

Millions of euro was funnelled through the two accounts.

From TheJournal.ie UK government demand access to WhatsApp messages after London attack Security V Privacy

UK government demand access to WhatsApp messages after London attack

It’s been reported that the 52-year-old Briton who killed four people in Westminster used WhatsApp moments before the assault.

From TheJournal.ie Whatsapp denies claims of a 'backdoor' into the messages of its 1 billion users Encryption

Whatsapp denies claims of a 'backdoor' into the messages of its 1 billion users

The Facebook owned company has flatly denied a report by The Guardian.

From TheJournal.ie A 16-year-old who built an encryption program has been named Ireland's top young scientist BTYSTE

A 16-year-old who built an encryption program has been named Ireland's top young scientist

Over 1,100 students from 375 schools across the island of Ireland competed for the title.

From TheJournal.ie This security tool could help stop the problem of ransomware in its tracks Early Detection

This security tool could help stop the problem of ransomware in its tracks

Scientists at the University of Florida developed software that can stop ransomware before it does any serious damage.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook Messenger is testing out encryption but it's missing a trick Not Quite There

Facebook Messenger is testing out encryption but it's missing a trick

The decision to not implement it across the board might not sit well with privacy advocates.

From TheJournal.ie This is why you're getting a strange message from Whatsapp

This is why you're getting a strange message from Whatsapp

The service, which is owned by Facebook, is used to send billions of messages daily.

From TheJournal.ie Apple apologises for 'Error 53' bug and issues an update fixing it Resolved

Apple apologises for 'Error 53' bug and issues an update fixing it

While more tech companies come out in support of its decision to not follow a court order regarding easier access to its iPhones.

From TheJournal.ie Apple is challenging a court order to unlock gunman's iPhone At Loggerheads

Apple is challenging a court order to unlock gunman's iPhone

A US judge ordered it to help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the attackers of the San Bernardino shooting.

From TheJournal.ie Microsoft is storing users' sensitive encryption keys in the cloud Potential Issues

Microsoft is storing users' sensitive encryption keys in the cloud

The action could make it possible for malicious hackers to gain access to a person’s Windows 10 device.

From TheJournal.ie Apple's CEO delivered a scathing attack on Facebook and Google No Holding Back

Apple's CEO delivered a scathing attack on Facebook and Google

Tim Cook criticised companies that trade off data for free services, saying privacy is being “attacked on multiple fronts.”

From TheJournal.ie Every version of Windows is at risk from this 1990s bug Freak Out

Every version of Windows is at risk from this 1990s bug

A patch is on the way.

From TheJournal.ie Millions of Apple and Google customers are vulnerable to a decades-old hack Encryption

Millions of Apple and Google customers are vulnerable to a decades-old hack

Hackers may be harvesting your sensitive personal information.

From TheJournal.ie If you bought a Lenovo laptop recently, you may want to check it soon Security Flaws

If you bought a Lenovo laptop recently, you may want to check it soon

It could have software called Superfish, and it contains some major security flaws (but you can remove it).

From TheJournal.ie The NSA targeted an Irish company as part of its data-gathering activities Encryption

The NSA targeted an Irish company as part of its data-gathering activities

The latest documents released by Edward Snowden found that the NSA targeted SecurityKISS, a VPN service based in Dublin, using its computer system XKeyscore.

From TheJournal.ie Your WhatsApp messages will be getting an extra layer of security Encryption

Your WhatsApp messages will be getting an extra layer of security

The next update for Android and iOS will include end-to-end encryption, which will make sure the only people getting a message are the sender and receiver

From TheJournal.ie Should you be worried about whether your cloud data is safe? Stay Safe

Should you be worried about whether your cloud data is safe?

The recent image leak involving numerous female celebrities has brought the focus on cloud security, but does this mean your own files are under threat?

From TheJournal.ie Here's how you can give your Android device an extra layer of security Paranoid Android

Here's how you can give your Android device an extra layer of security

Although there are a few important caveats to keep in mind before you do.

From TheJournal.ie Microsoft loses appeal over email data stored in Ireland Privacy

Microsoft loses appeal over email data stored in Ireland

Judge rejected Microsoft bid concerning the provision of email information on servers in Ireland to US authorities.

From TheJournal.ie How to keep your data safe from prying eyes Encryption

How to keep your data safe from prying eyes

With more revelations about spying emerging every week, there are ways to ensure your data isn’t intercepted or stored against your wishes.

From TheJournal.ie Boeing creates spy phone that self-destructs if tampered with Wipeout

Boeing creates spy phone that self-destructs if tampered with

Anyone who tries to open the phone’s casing will cause it to wipe out all of its data, rendering it inoperable.

From TheJournal.ie Almost 6.5million LinkedIn passwords apparently leaked online LinkedIn

Almost 6.5million LinkedIn passwords apparently leaked online

A hacker in Russia claims to have gained access to millions of passwords and is seeking help in removing the encryption.