Let's face it. Software has holes. And hackers love to exploit them. New vulnerabilities appear almost daily. If you have software - we all do - you need to keep tabs on the latest vulnerabilities.
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The first flagship BlackBerry 10 phone contains a "critical" bug that could allow hackers to crack open the device and pilfer files and data.
The company joins Microsoft, Facebook and Apple in publishing data on surveillance requests coming from law enforcement agencies.
An EU-commissioned study has found gaps in the adequacy of India's system, which could prompt legislative changes in order for Indian outsourcing firms to continue their European business.
Although iOS generates seemingly random passwords for its hotspots to eliminate the use of 'default' passwords, researchers at a German university have found that they are able to break these passwords in under a minute.
Surgical devices, ventilators, defibrillators, and monitors are among the equipment at risk.
NSA snooping and the Patriot Act have raised thoughts about storing cloud data with non-American companies and outside the USA. Norway's Jottacloud is pitching for that business…
The ongoing chaos that is the NSA story continues. Google, Microsoft, and Facebook try to get permission to tell the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. That doesn't work out so well, and all we get are aggregated numbers and more aggravation.
CORRECTED: The politician who allegedly said the U.S. National Security Agency can listen to phone calls of both U.S. residents and foreign nationals without a court order debunks the original report.
In response to stories about widespread spying by the NSA, some giant tech companies asked the government for permission to disclose more details about national security orders. The government has now granted those requests, with significant restrictions that have Microsoft and Google agreeing they don't go far enough.
A leading figure in digital advertising says the ad industry is complicit in the NSA mass-data spying program, PRISM.
Last week's bombshell stories by The Guardian and The Washington Post accused some of the biggest names in tech of willingly working with the NSA to give up your data. It now appears that those stories misread the technical details and got the story wrong.
U.S. officials are urging G-20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors to ramp up efforts to combat cybercrime.
Google is warning Iranians that it is seeing a rise in what it believes are politically motivated phishing attacks ahead of the nation's presidential election.
Updated: It's been a rough couple of weeks for employees in the tech industry.