Still thinking "the crooks probably won't find me if I make a security blunder"?
Databases can be had for as little as $100, on up to $1,100. Most, if not all, are being sold by the hacking group Shiny Hunters.
Booby-trapped images could be used to attack Windows 10 and Windows Server 2019 - update now!
No US entity charges citizens for registering to vote, but plenty of Google ads were happy to do so - and to grab your PII in the process.
TLS 1.0 and TLS 1.1 are now considered security risks and blocked by default.
Is it fair to expect everyone to renew all their web certificates every year? Apple says yes, and now Google does too.
TikTok, for one, promised to knock this off months ago but was caught red-handed, still at it, by the new clipboard notification in iOS 14.
If you run a website or a blog, watch out for emails promising "DNSSEC upgrades" - these scammers are after your whole site.
Kenneth Schuchman, the creator of the massive Satori botnet of enslaved devices, will be spending 13 months behind bars.
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Got a PS4? Like to hack?
The ransomware gang is threatening to auction celebrities' legal documents stolen from the law firm it paralyzed in May.
Kernel driver bugs often let crooks take over your entire system from even the weediest foothold.
Twitter emailed business clients to tell them that their financial data may have been seen by the uninvited.
And you thought the Bitcoin blockchain was all about cryptocurrency!
At WWDC, Apple promised to double down on data protection in its upcoming iOS 14, macOS Big Sur, and Safari releases.
Making .GOV domains secure - it'll take "a few years" yet
The journalist collective DDoSecrets published nearly 270GB of data on Juneteenth: the date commemorating the end of US enslavement.
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The Detroit man allegedly bragged about wanting to "play with Peoplesoft" - the HR management software he called "basically HR in a box."