Every time we've written about the Google Wi-Spy saga, we've said, "Betcha this won't be the last of it."
Still isn't...Brazil is the latest country to put the hard word on Google.
A US appeals court has upheld a previous decision from a district court that ruled Google violated wiretap laws when it collected personal data from unencrypted Wi-Fi networks in 2010.
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Are you prepared to accept a digital equivalent of locking your keys in the car forever?
Or would you prefer to have what amounts to a backdoor to your own, or worse still, to other people's, personal information?
Here you are! Episode #112 of the Sophos Security Chet Chat podcast.
News, opinion, advice and research: Chet and Duck bring you their unique and entertaining combination of all four in their regular quarter-hour programme.
If you use your iPhone or iPad as a Wi-Fi hotspot, don't let it generate the passphrase for you.
A posse of German computer scientists has found that Apple's iOS passphrase generator may give you less than a minute of security.
Last year Sophos looked at Wi-Fi security in London and Sydney and the results weren't fantastic.
So we thought it was time to make a short revision video, just in time for 2013 Cyber Security Awareness Week in New Zealand.
The New York Times claims to have uncovered the identity of the Google software engineer who wrote the code used by Street View cars when they controversially scooped up private Wi-Fi data including emails, text messages, browsing histories and passwords.
Sophos polled people at their InfoSec Europe booth last week to find out their views on security in the workplace. Here's what they found.
Researchers have published a paper showing how a feature implemented in modern Wi-Fi routers intended to make securing them easier, in fact makes them insecure by default.
If you can figure out how to rename your router SSID to include "_nomap," Google is going to skip your wireless access point in its location-gobbling location services. Once again, a company that should be requesting our opt-in has pushed the onus to the user with an opt-out model.
According to media reports, the UK government will propose new laws today to disconnect computer users from the internet who are suspected of illegally downloading copyrighted music and movies. Disconnected from the internet for being suspected of illegally downloading copyrighted Read more…