Update now: The ream of bugs includes some remotely exploitable code execution flaws. Still to come: a fix for what makes iPhones easy prey for Pegasus spyware.
Fourteen world leaders were among those found on list of NSO believed targets for its Pegasus spyware.
Our roundtable of experts weighs in on implications for Apple and lawmakers in the wake of the bombshell report showing widespread surveillance of dissidents, journalists and others.
Chris Hass, director of information security and research at Automox, discusses the future of work: A hybrid home/office model that will demand new security approaches.
A format-string bug believed to be a low-risk denial-of-service issue turns out to be much nastier than expected.
Podcast: Can a new SIM card and prepaid service from an MVNO help? Former spyware insider, current mobile white hat hacker Adam Weinberg on how to block spyware attacks.
Report, based on secretive Israeli firm, suggests that activists, journalists, business executives and politicians were possible targets of iPhone and Android hacking.
Curtis Simpson, CISO at Armis, discusses the stop qualities that all CISOs need to possess to excel.
Candiru, aka Sourgum, allegedly sells the DevilsTongue surveillance malware to governments around the world.
The Joker premium billing-fraud malware is back on Google Play in a fresh onslaught, with an updated bag of tricks to evade scanners.