Apparently keeping tabs on your personal information via an app might leak personal information.
Government agencies looking to vet apps have a new tool from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
The cross-platform instant messaging app WhatsApp, recently purchased by Facebook for $16 billion, has a vulnerability in its Android version that leaves chat histories wide open to other apps installed on the same smartphone.
A cryptographic flaw in the GnuTLS library may be a bigger eavesdropping concern than the Apple "goto fail" bug patched last week, say researchers.
If you were attending the RSA Conference this week and installed the official conference app on your smartphone, you are on a list.
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