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 September 2010
Half of applications studied share location information and unique identifiers with advertisers, many without disclosing this to users.
Offensive tweets about goats hijacked user accounts using cross-site request forgery.
Piracy activists posted an internal email database of anti-piracy legal firm ACS:Law to The Pirate Bay.
Staffer accused of accessing four minors' private Gmail and GTalk accounts.
CodeArmor Intelligence 3 helps app vendors collect licensing fees by linking sales staff with non-paying organizations.
Using building HVAC ducts can triple the range of wireless RFID tags, creating new possibilities for climate control, health and safety, security and other monitoring applications.
Disguised as an adult media player, the malware sends $6 text messages until a user's mobile phone account runs out of credit.
Mass litigation lawsuits target people who allegedly pirated copyrighted movies through the peer-to-peer network.