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Is BitLocker cracked? Is disk encryption still worth it? The answers are "No" and "Yes", and here's why.
Microsoft has issued a patch to remind Windows 7 users that they’ll soon have no patches.
He was fired after four weeks, ripped off the credentials of former colleague "Speedy", and will be mulling it all over for two years in jail.
1,600 guests were filmed with hidden webcams that livestreamed the action. The site also sold videos.
Large, worldly tech companies would never fall for a wire transfer invoice scam, would they?
Facebook has done an audit and shocked even itself by finding plaintext passwords in logfiles back to 2012. Change your password now!
A researcher has published a new and relatively simple way that Windows BitLocker encryption keys can be sniffed in less secure configurations as they travel from Trusted Platform Modules (TPMs) during boot.
A researcher has discovered a high-severity bug in a popular PHP library used for creating PDFs.
Opera lost its Android browser's VPN after it was sold to a Chinese consortium, but now it's back.
According to a new report, average and maximum DDoS attack sizes decreased by 85.36% and 23.91%.
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Microsoft will patch a new Windows security bug discovered by Google Project Zero - despite finding no evidence that it poses a threat.
No sooner has Netflix made an interactive TV show than people are already pulling apart its privacy implications.
Add this latest public warning system sabotage to a growing list of fear-and-panic-spreading hacking incidents.
From Firefox 66 for desktop and Android, due in March, media autoplay of video or audio will be blocked by default.
The science publisher is blaming a misconfigured server that exposed a constant stream of its users’ credentials.
This scam is both intimidating and disturbing - the crooks are presenting themselves as corrupt CIA officials who will take a bribe.
A security researcher has found a way to tinker with Windows’ core settings while persuading users to accept the changes.
Another 26m records stolen from another six online companies brings this hacker's total number of records to 863m from 38 websites.