Two-factor authentication (2FA) insures that people signing in into an online service are who they say they are.
People search for practically anything on the web. And search engines that are expected to show them the answers, usually receive queries they've never seen.
With the internet and mobile devices becoming more affordable and more available to the masses, apps are becoming the center of activities.
When hacking means stealing, money should be made when exploiting vulnerabilities on entities that hold the money.
Google parent company Alphabet’s DeepMind has what it calls AlphaZero, an AI system that could teach itself how to master board games, like chess, shogi, and the game Go.
Politics is a sensitive subject, where friends can become enemies. It's widely debated and always a hot topic to follow.
Android is an open ecosystem, allowing phone manufacturers to put their own apps before shipping their devices to customers.
WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the market, and it had a severe flaw.
When there is money to be made, some people may do whatever is necessary for gaining that opportunity.
No product is perfect. To minimize flaws in open-source software, this is the reason why GitHub launched Security Lab.