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The Chinese government will try to patch up the outdated Windows XP operating system -because it is too expensive to upgrade.
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The panic over the Heartbleed bug is proving to be a convenient distraction for hackers using standard techniques in a fresh wave of attacks targeting at least 18 U.S. universities, according to a computer security researcher.
Iowa State University says there is no evidence the data files containing the confidential information were accessed but it is still warning nearly 30,000 former students to be vigilant about their identity protection.
Online shoppers and internet bank customers are being warned to change their passwords to reduce the risk of falling victim to the online bug that can allow hackers to snatch credit card and bank details.
Classical cryptography provides security based on unproven mathematical assumptions and depends on the technology available to an eavesdropper.
The iPhone jailbreak community is facing a malware threat that steals user's Apple IDs and passwords.
Michaels has announced that its Wilmington's store at Mayfaire Town Center was one of the chain's outlets targeted by hackers last year and part of January this year.
CBR rounds up five vulnerabilities already found in Google Glass by hackers just a week after Google made the high-tech specs available to the entire public for one day.
We seem to be in the middle of another wave of Twitter hacking, with spammers worming their way into your account so they can bombard your followers with tweets about miracle weight loss tips.
The Heartbleed security bug is set to cost millions to clean up, according to an internet company that has crunched the numbers on the extra internet traffic costs imposed by it.
Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer walked out of the Federal Correctional Institution Allenwood in White Deer, Pa., on April 11 after spending over a year there when a federal appeals court vacated his conviction on hacking charges.
Due to the high number of hackers and spammers, dpaContactUs, a Contact Us Form was developed by Peter Publishing so that webmasters can protect their websites and their visitors from breaches of privacy and annoying practices.
That's what David Kennedy did. He's a security researcher and "ethical hacker," and remembers only one: It unlocks a password vault, an encrypted database that stores dozens of his other passwords.
Q. My email account was hacked. What can I do to get it back? A. Your first step is to change your password.
Secret Service investigators say they are close to gaining a full understanding of the methods hackers used to breach Target's computer systems in December.
FACEBOOK has introduced a new feature for its mobile users. On the surface, it seems to be a useful tool for people to use, but it's actually really creepy, THIS boy is Corey Worthington, but worse.