"No researcher wants to end up in jail for discovering a vulnerability."
The ISP, called Pocket iNet, left 73 gigabytes of extremely sensitive internet available for anyone to see.
Cybersecurity firm FireEye points the finger at the Russian government and a government-linked facility for creating a destructive malware.
The social network elaborated on the recent data breach, explaining exactly what kind of data the hackers accessed, and revealing that the victims were 30 million, and not 50 million users.
RIP to a social network that brought Google nothing but headaches.
Despite their reputation, Mac computers have bugs, vulnerabilities, and even malware targeted at them. With their rising popularity in the workplace, it’s “the perfect” time for a Mac-only security conference.
The USDA blamed the issue on a "web form" that was abused to post spam.
The group responsible for the Ticketmaster and British Airways data breaches hit the PC and electronics giant.
There's no evidence that the Massachusetts gas explosions are caused by hackers, but that hasn't stopped people from baseless speculations.
Despite their value in the grey market, security researchers are reporting bugs as part of the Apple iOS Bug Bounty program, and some are getting rewards.