The data breach exposed customers' medical history, drivers licenses, and information about how much weed they bought.
It was released in 2001, and hasn't been updated in 5 years.
Ransomware is spreading like wildfire in the U.S., and one gang is threatening infected companies with mass data exposure if they don't pay up.
Medical providers could soon use your social media to predict diseases from depression to diabetes, sparking questions of data privacy.
A more instinctual approach to data security.
According to an iOS-focused security researcher, over 70 apps are screwing up their encryption implementations.
"An attacker who steals your drive can guess the key in a short time using a single PC."
Not to freak you out or anything, but you should probably be more paranoid when you're online.
The “Uncarrier” is offering identity theft protection to affected customers.
Some send personally identifying information unencrypted, and have inaccurate privacy policies.
The personal info of millions of adulterers is out there somewhere, waiting to wreck some marriages.