UPDATED: LivingSocial is the latest major online property to be hacked. Here are more details about what to do next from company leaders.
Protecting your passwords is a vital component of keeping your online accounts safe and secure. Careless users often find themselves the victim of email or Facebook hacks.
It would appear that Rep. Mike Rogers, the main person in Congress pushing for CISPA, has kept rather quiet about a very direct conflict of interest that calls into serious question the entire bill. It would appear that Rogers' wife stands to...
Cracking passwords is officially a "script kiddie" activity now. At the beginning of a sunny Monday morning earlier this month, I had never cracked a password. By the end of the day, I had cracked 8,000.
So your child's Facebook page has gone silent since becoming their 'friend'? Let us tell you why.
The video, released by a U.S. security form, purports to show the hacker breaking into real, unsuspecting systems.
Identity theft is a huge black market industry, costing US consumers $1.52 billion in 2011 and stealing headlines all last year. Here are five habits that all but guarantee you'll become just another statistic in 2013—and how to break them.
Created by amateur hackers, underground crime syndicates and government agencies, these powerful viruses have done serious damage to computer networks worldwide
You probably assume hackers are using all sorts of devious viruses, obscure scripts, "exploits" (whatever that means, right?) and other complex means to break into accounts.
The world’s most popular mobile OS is more vulnerable to a growing universe of malicious software.
The U.S. government's law enforcement and intelligence agencies can access cloud stored files in Europe—such as medical and financial records, business secrets and dealings, and even government documents—in spite of seemingly strong EU data...
Following a string of cyberattacks allegedly related to China, the U.S. government is debating whether action is required.
Hewlett-Packard execs argue that the problem with the security culture today is that many businesses are still following a "check box" approach without understanding hackers' resources and capabilities.
Why the invasion of a civilian target shows the West just doesn’t grasp China’s threat. By Sam Schlinkert.