Founded by Dropbox and MIT alums, a new startup called Inbox is launching out of stealth today, hoping to power the next generation of email applications. Similar to the newly launched Gmail API, Inbox
New Android apps and updates were blocked from appearing in Google's Play Store on Monday, after a hacker attacked Google's app publishing system. It's an outage you may not notice -- until it holds up
Whether or not you use AOL, a recently exposed mass hack of the company's network promises trouble for everybody. AOL (AOL) users: Hackers stole "a significant number" of email addresses, passwords, contact
The Heartbleed Internet bug is still haunting websites worldwide, but it looks like public Wi-Fi is pretty safe. That doesn't mean you should start banking on an open network -- that's still dangerous.
Apple says it encrypts email attachments you receive on your iPhone or iPad -- but it doesn't, according to a security researcher. German security expert Andreas Kurtz has discovered that anyone in possession
Google is already receiving demands from people to remove links from its search results just days after Europe's highest court said people worried about their privacy have the "right to be forgotten" the
Hackers quietly broke into eBay two months ago and stole a database full of user information, the online auction site revealed Wednesday. Criminals now have possession of eBay (EBAY) customer names, account
When the National Security Agency sent a tweet Monday filled with garbled nonwords like "tpfccdlfdtte," the Internet was confused, and intrigued. Was the NSA drunk? Had a cat skittered across someone's
Google is working on the ultimate security and privacy feature. It's called "End-to-End" encryption, and it's the best way to stop anyone from snooping on your emails. Google would turn your emails into
Don't like getting hacked? Sorry, you'd better get used to it. Every few weeks, we learn about another data breach. It's the privacy world's version of an oil spill. A hacker breaks into a company and
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) With all the recent news about government surveillance, corporate cybersecurity failures and large-scale hacks, the task of keeping yourself safe online can seem daunting. There's no
If anyone knows about cyber surveillance, it's Mary Galligan. Until recently, she led the cyber and special operations team at the FBI's New York office -- the agency's largest surveillance operation.