Uroburos, a 3-year-old (and adaptable) spy tool, may already have been upgraded.
Department of Justice accuses Sprint of overcharging Feds by 58 percent for court-ordered wiretaps.
Identity theft continues to top consumer complaints, but the fraud that accompanies it is happening in many more ways than in the past.
Multiple groups are warning that the Winter Olympics could turn into a hive of hacking and government surveillance.
Yahoo described the attack as “a coordinated effort to gain unauthorized access to Yahoo Mail accounts.”
Breach at Target may stem from Internet-connected, under-secured POS systems and the malware that targets them.
More than a week after attackers swiped information on 4.6 million users, Snapchat offers that long-awaited apology.
The New York Times blamed the hacker group, which is associated with the Syrian government, for its Website being forced offline.
Automated scripts aren’t just for e-commerce or high-frequency trading: you can also use them to nail a good table for four at a hot eatery.
What does it take to get shunned by a hacker convention? Now we know.