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Security: ICE to Shell Out $30 Million for Cell phone-Hacking Tech

Security: ICE to Shell Out $30 Million for Cell phone-Hacking Tech

Photo: Associated PressCellebrite, an Israeli firm that sell forensics tools capable of bypassing the security on most cellphones, has secured a new $30 million contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the Daily Beast reported late Wednesday.Cellebrite’s phone cracking technology and its flagship product, the Universal Forensic Extraction Device (UFED), have been sold to numerous…

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Security: Uncovered Files Leak Essential aspects on SORM, Russia’s Pervasive Domestic Surveillance System

Security: Uncovered Files Leak Essential aspects on SORM, Russia’s Pervasive Domestic Surveillance System

A screenshot showing SORM network integration exposed during the inadvertent breach.Screenshot: UpGuardA California-based security company on Wednesday revealed its researchers had discovered more than 1.7 terabytes of proprietary telecommunications data left publicly online, including hardware specifications for a lawful surveillance device used throughout the Russian Federation.TechCrunch first reported on the exposed files discovered by a…

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Security: You Will own to Wait to Strengthen to iOS 13

Security: You Will own to Wait to Strengthen to iOS 13

We normally say it’s probably a good idea to update to the latest version of iOS whenever possible—for the extra features you get to play with, the potentially improved performance, and any bug patches or security fixes you might get. Though iOS 13 just launched yesterday, there’s one great reason why you might actually want…

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Security: We All Can also Pay a Designate for the Latest Slap at Huawei

Security: We All Can also Pay a Designate for the Latest Slap at Huawei

Computer viruses, malware, and other cybersecurity threats are a global problem. But politics are intruding on the global response.You’ve read your last complimentary article this month. Subscribe Now. If you’re already a subscriber sign in.Klint Finley is a contributing writer for WIRED covering tech policy, software development, cloud computing, and more.

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