Yael Grauer is an independent journalist based in Phoenix. She’s written for WIRED, Slate, Forbes, and others.
Zoom Meetings Aren’t End-to-End Encrypted, Despite Misleading Marketing
The video conferencing service can access conversations on its platform.
British and Canadian Governments Accidentally Exposed Passwords and Security Plans to the Entire Internet
On Trello, a project management site, the governments posted credentials for servers and domain names and even some emails and code.
Hackers Are So Fed Up With Twitter Bots They’re Hunting Them Down Themselves
As Twitter ramps up its efforts against fake accounts, researchers are devising algorithms to distinguish humans from bots in their spare time.
Staggering Variety of Clandestine Trackers Found in Popular Android Apps
Researchers built a custom platform to root out trackers in mobile apps. They discovered 44 different varieties in 300 apps downloaded by billions of people.