Profile of Mathew J. Schwartz
News & Commentary Posts: 203
Mathew Schwartz served as the InformationWeek information security reporter from 2010 until mid-2014.
Articles by Mathew J. Schwartz
posted in July 2013
Thumb-scan authentication for your smartphone might sound sexy, but bypasses remain all too easy.
Victims get hit with a bill of more than $3,000 -- and given just three days to pay -- for what's labeled as an annual subscription fee to an online adult video site.
Google has patched a vulnerability that attackers could exploit via QR codes to take full control of the wearable Google Glass devices.
FBI and Homeland Security temporarily slowed attacks by giving U.S. service providers info on Chinese hackers' command-and-control infrastructure.
Lawsuit accused Google's Disco "group texting" service of having "jammed" cellphones with torrents of unwanted texts.
Symantec spots privacy leak and Facebook issues patch, saying it was an inadvertent coding error and phone numbers did not go public.
Secure your Android smartphones and tablets using antivirus, encrypted communications, child locks, password managers and other tools featured in our roundup.