If a power plant is vulnerable to malware from 2010, it’s vulnerable to a targeted attack that causes real-world damage.
A dating site only “for beautiful people” claimed a virus let 30,000 “ugly people” sign up.
A security researcher found a Mexican voter registration database of more than 100 gigabytes on Shodan.
The rule says that if the feds don't know where the target computer is, they can't legally hack it.
The surveillance company reacts after the vigilante hacker Phineas Fisher explained how he broke into its servers.
#UnlockJustice is the #NotAllMen’s of anti-encryption social media campaigns.
The use of Hacking Team’s spyware is illegal in most Latin American countries, according to a new report.
Brian Haller was caught as part of the FBI's takeover of child pornography site Playpen.
"Hell," the recent trading spot for millions of passwords and caches of stolen data, has apparently been traded itself.