The annual RSA Conference in San Francisco, California of Internet-of-things insecurity and how no amount of money can fix computer security
Recent report by US GAO was treated by medias as “Modern aircrafts can be hacked and commandeered through onboard Wi-Fi”. Is it really that bad?
Fraudsters hacked Skype and tricked people from a contact list to send them about $5,000 over the course of a few days. Skype support, local banks and the police refused to do any...
A Trojan malware called Podec uses popular Russian social network VKontakte, and other channels, to infect Android phones. Beware: It can bypass CAPTCHA.
New allegations against the NSA claim the group hacked into the network of the world’s largest SIM card provider, stealing encryption keys to millions of devices.
There is a flood of appliances which could be connected - and some are connected - without a second thought as to whether or not it's necessary or secure.
Blackhat was finally released in theaters and its strongest aspect is its technological portrayal of hacking.
Anyone who goes online could be hacked. During Christmas time, this possibility doubles as we make a number of purchases and get so excited that we forget about security.
Brian Donohue and Chris Brook recap the month’s security headlines from its beginnings at Black Hat and DEFCON, to a bizarre PlayStation Network outage.
It would be nice to think that it would take a lot more than an overeager amateur hacker like Seth Green’s character from the 2003 movie “The Italian Job,” to bring traffic to a s...