Privacy advocates are concerned that tech giants are using design patterns that discourage us from exercising our rights to privacy.
Gentoo Linux has been hacked, with “all code considered compromised” on GitHub – fortunately, the master repository is safe.
40,000 Ticketmaster customers in the UK and beyond were definitely affected – for the rest of us, maybe change that password anyway…
The file type used by Windows 10’s settings page can be used to trick Windows into running files it’s supposed to block.
The opposite of serendipity – a security camera service sent video alerts to the wrong user… who just happened to be a BBC staffer.
New patents suggest Facebook’s going to soon know when you’re asleep, when you’re awake, and is going to have a good guess at when you’re going to die.
After a spate of attacks on industrial control systems (ICS), the US this week officially recognized the need to secure them with a new bill.
Twitter has added the ability to authenticate to the service using hardware tokens such as Yubico’s YubiKey.
New Wi-Fi security standards don’t come along very often but the Wi-Fi Alliance has just formally launched one, Wi-Fi Protected Access 3, or WPA3.
She somehow allowed an online “friend” to get hold of her address – with a tragic outcome.