- The FBI's fake encrypted honeypot phones are showing up online.
- Microsoft releases emergency patch for 'PrintNightmare' vulnerability.
- FTC charges Broadcom with illegal monopolization.
- Minimum broadband speeds are likely too low.
- Dozens of Chinese phone games now require facial scans to play at night.
- Biden’s right-to-repair order could stop companies from blocking DIY fixes.
- Dustin Childs, Communications Manager of ZDI at TrendMicro, talks about TrendMicro's Zero Day Initiative.
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- The FBI's Fake Encrypted Honeypot Phones Are Showing Up Online
- Microsoft Releases Emergency Patch for 'PrintNightmare' Vuln
- FTC Charges Broadcom With Illegal Monopolization, Proposes Consent Order
- Minimum Broadband Speeds Are Likely Too Low, Government Watchdog Says
- Dozens of Chinese Phone Games Now Require Facial Scans to Play at Night
- Biden’s Right-to-Repair Order Could Stop Companies From Blocking DIY Fixes
- About ZDI
- Results from Pwn2Own 2021
- 15 Years of the Zero Day Initiative