In broad daylight, over the course of about 90 minutes, thieves somehow remotely froze pump software and stole 600 gallons of gas.
Another online fitness tracking app – Polar Flow – is giving up sensitive information. But this time, it’s revealing the names and home locations of government personnel.
Remember that “digital nostalgia” app you installed years ago? You may have forgotten it, but it hasn’t forgotten you!
SD cards – those tiny devices that go into your camera or tablet – may be small, but they can hold a lot of revealing information.
The EU has voted down controversial copyright legislation, but the war’s not over: a second vote is scheduled for September.
Smart TVs in millions of homes are using other devices on the same network in order to snitch on everything you watch and everywhere you go.
Last week’s megastory was the Gentoo breach that saw an entire online Linux code repository hacked – now we know how it happened…
An extension used by about two million people has been pulled by Chrome and Firefox after it was found exfiltrating browsing data.
Spyware that’s supposed to be sold to governments was stolen and hidden under a mattress while it was offered for sale on the dark web.
The Pirate Bay seems to have returned to mining cryptocurrency in its visitors’ browsers without asking.