At Blind, a security lapse revealed private complaints from Silicon Valley employees

At Blind, a security lapse revealed private complaints from Silicon Valley employees

Thousands of people trusted Blind, an app-based “anonymous social network,” as a safe way to reveal malfeasance, wrongdoing and improper conduct at their companies. But Blind left one of its database servers exposed without a password for more than a month, m…

Our Cellphones Aren’t Safe

Security flaws threaten our privacy and bank accounts. So why aren’t we fixing them?

Guacho: Dissident Colombian leader killed by security forces

Colombian President Ivan Duque announces death of Guacho, a rebel being hunted for Ecuador murders.

2018 in cybersecurity: Regrets, we have a few

This was the year security slips, privacy fails and outright stupidity went from bad to surreal. It was a year in which warnings went unheeded and companies lost whatever trust we gave them. It was a nesting doll of security disasters. A clown car of willful …

Christmas Is Near, but the News Won’t Stop. Here’s What to Follow.

A guide to our coverage of the impending government shutdown, the upheaval in the national security realm and a vacillating stock market.

Trump Stokes Fears in Pre-Shutdown Video, Declaring ‘We Need a Great Barrier’

The president, in an angry message urging Senate Democrats to approve money for border security, says, “We don’t want people coming in that aren’t supposed to be here.”

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