Ransomware has interrupted a major US gasoline pipeline, Apple didn’t tell more than 100 million people their iOS devices had malware, wi-fi design flaws found that could affect everyone, and we sent an Apple AirTag through the mail and followed it.
- F.B.I. Identifies Group Behind Pipeline Hack
- Watch hackers break into the US power grid
- Analytics Suggest 96% of Users Leave App Tracking Off in iOS 14.5
- WhatsApp to restrict features if you refuse Facebook data sharing
- XcodeGhost Malware Infected 100+ Million iOS Users and Apple Said Nothing
- WiFi devices going back to 1997 vulnerable to new Frag Attacks
- Florida man tried to track his robbery victim by attaching an iPhone to his car, police say
- Tile to Leverage Amazon Echo and Ring Devices to Better Compete With AirTags
- Opting In and Out of Sidewalk
- I Mailed an AirTag and Tracked Its Progress; Here’s What Happened
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