Flaws in the mobile site were leaving users vulnerable to attackers who could have reset their user passwords and hijacked their accounts.
Google has disclosed the second security hole in its Google+ social network in three months.
As CAPTCHA-haters know to their frequent irritation, the death of the text-based Completely Automated Procedures for Telling Computers and Humans Apart tends to be exaggerated.
Data brokers are tracking 200 million mobile devices in the US, updating locations up to 14,000 times a day, the New York Times has found.
What’s the safest way to buy counterfeit banknotes? Not on the dark web market, as 235 people have just discovered to their cost.
George Duke-Cohan is the British teen who posed as a worried father whose daughter had called him mid-flight during a hijacking.
They said Facebook emphasizes the service being free, not that it’s making big bucks off users’ data. They ordered the company to apologize.
Attackers have infected 20,000 WordPress sites by brute-forcing administrator usernames and passwords.
SophosLabs has uncovered a click fraud campaign in which malicious Android apps masquerade as being hosted on Apple devices to earn rewards.
Edge joins Chrome, Opera, Vivaldi, Yandex, and Brave. Better for web compatibility, but if one thing breaks, they all break.