Attackers hacked and encrypted the computers of a contractor whose clients include the US military, government agencies and major military contractors.
The US rail service hasn't disclosed the number of passengers affected in a 16 April breach.
Some 7,600 dark-web sites were obliterated in an attack on the most popular provider of .onion free hosting services, Daniel's Hosting.
Hopefully it's a COVID-19 version of what it did post-2016 elections, when it required verification of those buying political or issue ads.
Maps, weather, searches et al. suck up location data in the background, even if Tracking is turned off. Arizona says it's consumer fraud.
Roberto Escobar says a FaceTime eavesdropping bug led to his address being leaked, assassination threats, and being forced into hiding.
7 internet giants, including Mozilla, Reddit and Twitter, asked the House to do what the Senate narrowly missed doing: protect browsing history.
US states are being flooded by fraudulent unemployment applications in a scam run by a sophisticated cybergang.
The FBI nabbed "Plinofficial" when he arrived at Miami airport carrying $20K cash, allegedly made off of the defunct, fraud-fav exchange.
The government can keep on surveilling your online life without a warrant. An amendment to ban it failed by just one vote.
The agencies say it's vital to prioritize patching. Otherwise, we're making it easy for attackers who don't have to work at finding 0 days.
She wanted a sub, not Facebook, Instagram and SMS come-ons from the guy who served her and intercepted her contact-tracing details.
Use of the kid-addicting, video-sharing app is exploding during lockdown, triggering yet another inquiry into how safe it is for young ones.