Who hacked the State Department? Was it the Russians?
Microsoft has just issued a patch to deal with a bug that’s been around for 19 years. Is WinShock as dangerous as the Heartbleed bug?
BlackEnergy malware is believed to be created by Russian hackers. What’s more disturbing, however, are allegations that BlackEnergy’s creators may have ties to the Russian government itself.
The Poodle bug might expose your banking info or email to hackers.
Is there a way to determine if your data was breached during the recent cyber attack on JPMorgan Chase?
Five million Gmail addresses and passwords were posted online, and people are freaking out.
Home Depot is investigating a massive data breach that may have exposed more credit cards than even Target’s recent scandal.
After a huge number of celebrity nude pics were leaked to the web, security experts are discussing the risks inherent in storing your photos in the cloud.
Check out these tips to detect and prevent phone hacks.
Worried about the saucy selfies on your smartphone going public?
In the wake of yet another celebrity iPhone hacking scandal, we’ve got some advice for protecting your own iPhone from similar attacks.
Lizard Squad hackers have pulled off an increasingly disturbing number of hacks. Learn who might be behind Lizard Squad, and what sites have been affected.
Which smartphone OS offers the most secure environment?
Backoff malware has impacted over a thousand businesses. Learn how you can protect yourself from this digital threat.
Gmail can be hacked with a 92 percent success rate. Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself.