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1 hr ago | BusinessWeek
The tense on-the-ground standoff in Ukraine has already tipped into open hostilities online, with hackers targeting members of parliament and state agencies.
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5 hrs ago | Canada.com
Three years after hackers were found snooping around Treasury Board systems, a successful cyber-attack remains the biggest risk facing the department, according to a new report to Parliament .
6 hrs ago | USA Today
They came for a rock star, but got a slow motion tech geek. Edward Snowden, patriot, traitor, hero hacker, runaway spy - take your pick - unveiled himself to the friendliest U.S. constituency Your Take contributions have not been reviewed for accuracy by USA TODAY.
6 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
If you find yourself locked out of your Facebook account - say, you're a victim of being hacked - you can get back in with just a little help from your friends.
8 hrs ago | Noozhawk
Depending on whom you ask or what you read - and when - bitcoin, the so-called "cryptocurrency," is either days from extinction or destined to give central banking a run for its money.
9 hrs ago | Russia Taday
Mark Karpeles , chief executive of Mt. Gox, attends a news conference at the Tokyo District Court in Tokyo February 28, 2014 The web accounts of Mark Karpeles, CEO of the volatile Mt.
10 hrs ago | The Times of Israel
At least two major web sites - one Israeli and one American - were disabled for several days last week, as a hacker group held the sites "hostage," demanding a bounty for halting a massive distributed denial of service attack against them.
13 hrs ago | International Business Times
Security Bulletin Advance Notification , there will be a total of five updates released this week, two of them addressing "critical" vulnerabilities.
17 hrs ago | Mashable
Japan-based Bitcoin exchange Mt.Gox has been dysfunctional, bankrupt and shrouded with a veil of mystery for weeks.
17 hrs ago | Newsday
Hacking attacks like the one that hit Target Corp. stores just before the winter holidays are putting top technology executives under severe pressure.
The chocolate Labrador was skin and bones, infested with mites and moving slowly when 11-year-old Brianna Hacker of Brookston spotted her on a cold winter afternoon in mid-January.
NOT so fast. Facebook's $19 billion purchase of the messaging app could be stalled until privacy concerns are answered.
Visa and MasterCard are now teaming up with retailers in a new cross-industry effort to improve credit card security.
The NSA may be after your data, but stick with Google and you'll be safe. At least, Eric Schmidt thinks so.
An increasing trend of research on the security vulnerability of autonomous cars would enable the manufacturers to come out with more robust security systems, hence this is good.
Linking computers in a network brings in its own share of security risks i.e. hacking, an unprotected Computer Network Setup could be hacked into by ones business rivals and ones data stolen or destroyed or manipulated.
This update is for iPads and iPhones that are using iOS7. This is a major update, as it deals with a security issue.