The Lizard Squad has also been known to target Xbox Live and PlayStation networks bringing both sites down over the holidays.
Hacking group OurMine has taken control of the Netflix Twitter account this morning.
Yahoo has just disclosed a 2nd data breach adding to its previous 500 million.
Synaptics' new FS9100 sensor takes away a lot of the pain points related to current fingerprint sensors.
Now there's a new report that some criminals are giving some ransomware victims a break, sort of.
The Interceptor concept involves a driverless superbike that can scan license plates while zipping around on its own.
Whether we like it or not, facial recognition of some sort is probably going to be in our future.
Operation Avalanche took many years to come to a successful outcome but this isn't the last you'll hear about malware botnets being...
The zero-day vulnerability allows an attacker to execute code on your Windows based machine giving them the ability to install malware or...
Two hackers, with criminal pasts, are offering up a large botnet of 400,000 Internet of Things (IoT) infected devices for rent.
The DroneGun is already being called out as a fake on the internet, though the company behind it (Droneshield) looks real enough.
There are new warnings out today concerning opening files received through social media, namely Facebook and LinkedIn.
The data of over 134,000 current and former sailors data has been compromised in this latest hack.
Ring is running a Black Friday special that will knock $50USD off your purchase.
Extra precautions should be taken when making a purchase online from your computer, smartphone, or tablet.
Kryptowire is unsure how many devices are affected and there is no list but it seems it may only be budget Android...
Google's Pixel smartphone was hacked in 60 seconds at the recent PwnFest event in Seoul, South Korea.
Casting of votes is just getting started for the election and there will likely be more of these incidents throughout the day.
AtomBombing uses legitimate OS mechanisms and features to perform and hide malicious activity.
We all know that our cell phones can be a treasure trove of data for identity thieves or other ne’er do wells.
Hicurdismos misleads users and lures them into calling a number that can lead to a fake technical support scam.
Dyn provides DNS service, effectively an Internet address book for companies and that’s what’s being attacked said Steve Grobman, chief technology officer...
Children’s freedom to explore and develop should not be limited due to lack of awareness of privacy-protecting strategies.
The announcement is expected to be made sometime this week.