They had a racket wherein one site posted sexually explicit photos without permission of subjects. When victims panicked and asked for the photos to come down, they got sent to another site that charged as much as $350 each to remove the illicit content.
Is a browser less secure if more people like to hack it? Is it OK to ignore alerts simply because you get too many? Do you back yourself to spot every single phish? And just how smart is the Google Play Store?
Chester and Duck dissect these issues with their usual style in this week's Chet Chat podcast...
The National Security Agency has the ability to record every single one of a foreign country's telephone calls and then play the conversations back up to a month after recording, according to a report by The Washington Post.
Jared James Abrahams, 20, a college student studying computer science, was sentenced to 18 months in federal prison on Monday - only the latest in a string of sextortionists to face jail time in Southern California as the law tracks them down.