With hacking on the rise, the demand for ultra secure, ultra private self-destructing messages is building
The only way to minimize the impact of stolen log-in credentials is to use a different password for every site.
A New Year’s resolution everyone can live with: firewall your online footprints.
Retail giant Target said that hackers have stolen data from up to 40 million credit and debit customers who shopped at the store for the first three weeks of the holiday season. How could this have happened?
Jailbreak finally uncorks iOS 7, but its sudden release comes with warnings.
Security experts say they’ve traced tainted emails to five European ministries
Mayor says e-security is a priority.
Here’s a quick explainer, along with Adobe’s recommendations.
If you use the same username and password elsewhere, you’ve got some work to do.
AllThingsD’s Kara Swisher is reporting that popular daily deals site LivingSocial “has suffered a massive cyber-attack on its computer systems.”
As a rule, if a sensational headline about some dangerous new hacking threat seems too scary to be true, it probably is.
When it rains, it pours: Electronic Arts, currently grappling with game-breaking SimCity server issues as well as the surprise resignation of CEO John Riccitiello, might have to add “millions of players at risk of being hacked” …