German researchers have discovered security flaws that could let hackers, spies and criminals listen to private phone calls and intercept text messages on a potentially massive scale – even when cellular networks are using the most advanced encrypt
Obama administration to blame North Korea and its allies with zero evidence whatsoever
Nothing more to add to this: "Wouldn't it be funny if it was all just a set up?"
More than 12 million routers in homes and small offices are vulnerable to attacks that allow hackers anywhere in the world to monitor user traffic and take administrative control over the devices, researchers said.
Today Sony canceled the premiere of "The Interview" and its entire Christmas-Day release of the movie because of fears that terrorists might attack theaters showing the film.
Sony Pictures on Wednesday canceled the December 25 release date of The Interview, a parody film which has angered North Korea and triggered chilling threats from hackers.
For more than a decade, a powerful app called Metasploit has been the most important tool in the hacking world:
The Hollywood studio that made the James Bond and Spider-Man films has abandoned shoots after hackers crippled its computer network, and leaked four films and thousands of documents.
Researchers have uncovered yet another international espionage campaign that's so sophisticated and comprehensive that it could only have been developed with the backing of a well resourced country.
Sony CEO Michael Lynton sent a company-wide memo to staff on Monday assuring the studio is doing everything it can to protect employees after a series of cyber attacks that revealed their personal information, including Social Security Numbers and ad
A group calling itself GOP posted a message online on Monday that warned Sony to stop "immediately showing the movie of terrorism which can break the regional peace and cause the war."
In March 2011, two weeks before the Western intervention in Libya, a secret message was delivered to the National Security Agency. An intelligence unit within the U.S. military's Africa Command needed help to hack into Libya's cellphone networks
The size and scope of the recent hack of Sony Pictures is unprecedented for a major US company.
Security Firm Says It Uncovered A Cyber Espionage Ring Focused On Gaming The Stock Market.
At least five new movies from Sony Pictures are being devoured on copyright-infringing file-sharing hubs online in the wake of the hack attack that hobbled the studio earlier in the week.
Washington's cyber spies haven't been resting on their laurels since unleashing the infamous Stuxnet computer worm in 2009.
Thanks in part to America's ill-defined hacking laws, prosecutors have enormous discretion to determine a hacker defendant's fate.
Against the team of hackers, the poor car stood no chance.
Two governments working together are said to have developed the state-sponsored malware that attacked the European Union. Guess what? One of the makers was an EU country.
Researchers have unearthed highly advanced malware they believe was developed by a wealthy nation-state to spy on a wide range of international targets in diverse industries, including hospitality, energy, airline, and research.
With the rise and fall of the Silk Road--and then its rise again and fall again--the last couple of years have cast new light on the Dark Web.
The Digital Hunt for Duqu, a Dangerous and Cunning U.S.-Israeli Spy Virus
The Electronic Frontier Foundation reports that at least one internet service provider (ISP) has been caught altering the functionality of an essential security protection used for email encryption.
Verizon was caught tampering with its customer's web requests to inject a tracking super-cookie. Another network-tampering threat to user safety has come to light from other providers: email encryption downgrade attacks.
One of the co-founders of file-sharing website The Pirate Bay has been sentenced to three and a half years in prison related to hacking charges.
Government workers scattered across more than a dozen agencies, from the Defense and Education departments to the National Weather Service, are responsible for at least half of the federal cyberincidents reported each year
The Stuxnet computer worm that attacked Iran's nuclear development program was first seeded to a handful of carefully selected targets before finally taking hold in uranium enrichment facilities, at odds with the now-popular narrative
Conservatives and journalists celebrate the release of the former CBS News reporter's Obama administration indictment.
While the spotlight shines ever stronger on the upcoming trial of alleged Silk Road 'kingpin' Ross Ulbricht, much less attention is paid to 3 men who have also been accused of being staff members on the deep web marketplace.