Apple awarded a $100,500 bug bounty to the researcher who discovered the latest major vulnerability in its browser.
The politically motivated attack represents a new frontier for hacktivists—and won’t be the last of its kind.
The newly disclosed campaign shows how little the company has done to curb abuses of its powerful surveillance tools.
The critical vulnerability is buried among endless open source code, and many cyber experts are stumped.
ForcedEntry is “one of the most technically sophisticated exploits” Project Zero security researchers have ever seen.
Hundreds of millions of devices are likely affected.
The Russia-led campaign was a wake-up call to the industry, but there's no one solution to the threat.
The move delivers a blow to the hackers behind sophisticated attacks on government agencies, think tanks, and other organizations.
The incident lays bare how hollow the surveillance company’s reassurances about the limits of its hacking tools have always been.