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Brennan, Clapper, Intelligence Chiefs were Targeted by 15-year-old Hacker

Some of you might remember "Crackas with Attitude", a hacking group consisting of Palestinian sympathizers responsible for what at the time were embarrassing hacks...

Most Trustworthy Remote Install Keylogger Alternative for Mac Users

Keylogger software can be used for many things. While most of us are only aware of malicious uses like identity theft or spying on...

Media Reports Inaccurate, Says Intel about Major Security Hole Discovered by...

Google Project Zero researchers are constantly poking at operating systems and applications for zero day flaws that could leave them open to attack by...

Hackers Wreaking Havoc in US Schools, Threatening Kids and Stealing Paychecks

Hackers seem to have a new target in the United States - schools. And it's not just the school system; the hacks are directed...

Kaspersky Lab will Release Source Code to Review, But Can It...

The ongoing spat between US and Russian intelligence has dragged a lot of tech companies into the fray, including Google and Facebook, but the...

Flash Users Beware: Adobe Warns of Vulnerabilities, Issues Security Update

Adobe Systems Inc. earlier this week warned its users that hackers were using vulnerabilities in its Flash application to compromise user systems. The hacks...

Australian Defense Contractor with Lax Security Systems Hacked

Why would a defense contractor be allowed to handle sensitive information when their network isn't highly secure? That's the question we asked ourselves when...

Israeli Intelligence Catches Russian Intelligence Spying on American Intelligence!

In a weird case of Spy Vs Spy Vs Spy, Israeli intelligence officials have discovered that Russian intelligence agents have been searching for code...

Are Voting Systems Really This Easy to Hack Into? DefCon Says...

No system is hack-proof, and software is no exception. But how easy is it to hack into something so mission-critical as a voting system?...

10.9 Million American Driver’s License Numbers Compromised in Equifax Breach

New information has surfaced about the Equifax breach that shows at least 10.9 million American's have had their driver's license numbers compromised. The information...

Equifax Data Breach Update: 4.6 Million People Affected

When credit reporting company Equifax's data was compromised last month, the estimate of affected people was around 2.5 million. A month has gone by,...

What To Do About Your Hacked Yahoo Account. Yes, It Was...

Every single Yahoo account on the planet was hacked in 2013, Yahoo said earlier today. This comes as a shock, because the original revelation...

Spambot Discovered with 711 Million Breached Email Accounts

The biggest Spambot that contained more than 711 million email accounts has been found on a server in the Netherlands. This is most likely...

Google Chrome: Safe Browsing Like a Pro – How Not to...

With the increase in threats to users while browsing, Google has taken several measures and implemented initiatives to make the internet much safer place,...

Kaspersky Free: Essential Malware Protection for the Entire World by November

Kaspersky Lab, the renowned cyber security and antivirus solutions provider, has recently made an announcement promising total protection for your files and malicious activity...