In the latest revelation to come from NSA whistle-blower Edward Snowden, The Intercept reports that US and British intelligence services hacked into the world’s largest maker of SIM cards used in cell phones and next-generation credit cards.
Security researchers turned up new evidence that Regin, the sophisticated surveillance malware linked to the NSA, may be one of oldest specimens of its ilk.
Robert Hannigan called on US Internet giants to do more to help fight the militants using their networks to recruit new members abroad. The companies' cooperation has dropped off since Edward Snowden's intelligence leaks became public.
Britain’s surveillance agency GCHQ intercepted webcam images of millions of innocent Internet users with its Optic Nerve program, according to a report in the Guardian.