Ransomware attackers are phoning up potential victims in attempt to increase the chances of successful infection.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog.
Default passwords rear their ugly head again, as a security researcher shows just how easy it is to turn a VOIP phone into a bugging device.
David Bisson reports.
Please take care about bottom-initiated phone calls – you might find your private conversations being spied upon, without legal redress.
Cisco has warned that hackers could eavesdrop upon your private communications, thanks to an unpatched firmware flaw in some of its small business phones.
Verizon has been adding a unique identifier to its cell phone customers’ web traffic – and it can be used to track users’ actions in exactly the same way as a cookie can.
But, unlike a cookie, it can’t be deleted.
Someone left a message on my answer phone the other night, and I really have no idea how to respond.
Take a listen and see what you think.
A newly discovered piece of malware attempts to make money by making phone calls from infected Android smartphones without requiring any user interaction.
He’s only too aware, of course, about how the mobile phone conversations of world leaders can be spied upon.
An online quiz to help consumers spot digital malvertising that can result in unexpected mobile charges has been launched by UK regulator, PhonepayPlus.