Hackers have leaked the personal information of 36 million users of the Ashley Madison website, which matches adults seeking to have an affair.
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe
Several United States government and intelligence officials have expressed concern that a sweeping data breach of the Office of Personnel Management, first reported in early June, might have further ramifications.
By Kenzi Abou-Sabe
Google said Friday that the company will begin allowing users to request that nude or sexually explicit images posted without their consent be removed from Google search results.
By Ted Bridis and Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
Deeply personal information submitted by U.S. intelligence and military personnel for security clearances - mental illnesses, drug and alcohol use, past arrests, bankruptcies and more - is in the hands of hackers linked to China, officials say.
By PBS NewsHour
A massive Internet failure in North Korea has many wondering if retaliation for the Sony hack is underway. Just days after President Obama warned that the U.S. would respond "proportionally" to a cyber-attack on the entertainment company, The New York…
The hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment has exposed salaries, sensitive personal e-mails, Social Security numbers and health records of employees. Who’s the lead suspect in the attack and how does it affect business in Hollywood? Hari Sreenivasan gets background from…
By Charles Pulliam-Moore
Starting on July 1, 2015, residents of California will be able to remotely wipe their cell phone data with the push of a button.
By Xander Landen
The Department of Homeland Security says that more than 1,000 U.S. businesses have fallen victim to hacker malware that steals financial and personal information from customers after they swipe their credit cards.
The New York Times and a Midwest security firm are reporting a massive breach of online privacy that includes the collection of more than a billion username and password combinations and more than 500 million email addresses. Gwen Ifill talks…
By Hari Sreenivasan and Kayla Ruble
Vulnerable devices include the iPhone 4 and later, iPod touch, and iPad 2 and later. Security researchers found the bug also occurs on Mac OS X running on Apple laptops and desktops.
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