SINGAPORE (Reuters) - A U.S. citizen who leaked the names of more than 14,000 HIV-positive individuals in Singapore may be in possession of more “files” from the database, the city-state’s health minister
Passwords may not have been much of an annoyance back in the 1960s, when they were first believed to have been introduced to the world of computing. But as we’ve increasingly adopted a wide range of personal
Breaking in to the EV was easier than unplugging it. A Tesla owner who recorded thieves stealing his Model S by hacking the passive entry system has published the video on YouTube so we can all watch learn).
Decoding cybersecurity news in one morning tipsheet. Not on the list? Sign up here. Hack your day BY DEREK HAWKINS with Bastien Inzaurralde THE KEY Australia's Parliament House in Canberra on May 9, 2012.
(Reuters) - The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) said on Friday it was responding to a data breach that exposed the files of about 75,000 individuals. The agency said it detected anomalous
Cryptocurrency scammers have gotten extra creative and are now hiding mining malware in legitimate updates of Adobe Flash Player. Researchers from cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks discovered a fake
Google is about to have its Cambridge Analytica moment. A security bug allowed third-party developers to access Google+ user profile data since 2015 until Google discovered and patched it in March, but
Internet-connected devices like routers and smart-home gadgets are typically low-hanging fruit for hackers. That’s because most have simplistic security, like all being outfitted with the same password
Today’s bombshell Bloomberg story has the internet split: either the story is right, and reporters have uncovered one of the largest and jarring breaches of the U.S. tech industry by a foreign adversary…
Affecting display and logic board repairs Apple is reportedly using new proprietary software diagnostic tools to repair MacBook Pros and iMac Pros that, if not used on key part repairs, will result in
Thursday’s explosive story by Bloomberg reveals detailed allegations that the Chinese military embedded tiny chips into servers, which made their way into data centers operated by dozens of major U.S.