The popular crowd-funding site lost control over users' mailing addresses, phone numbers, and other data.
Malware was probably created by a state intelligence agency, but we don't know which one.
Hundreds of thousands of users got hit by malware. But if Americans and Mac users weren't affected.
Someone hijacked Yahoo's ad servers to infect users' computers with malicious software.
Two Cornell researchers say Bitcoin is fundamentally broken. Here's why they're wrong.
The bust undermines Bitcoin's reputation for secrecy, but that may not be a bad thing
A baby monitoring product exposed hundreds of customers to snooping by hackers. The manufacturer has now settled with the FTC.
A hacker group took down the New York Times website by hijacking its domain. Here's how they did it.
Services called "booters" will flood the target of your choice with traffic. Prices start at $10.
Khalil Shreateh, a white hat or non-malicious hacker, says he was just trying to bring a security bug to Zuck's attention.