Two months ago, an unknown attacker slipped in a Zeus-infected version of Slowloris into the list of DDoS tools that Anonymous has been distributing to its supporters, according to Symantec.
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While Facebook is the world's largest social network, if you're looking for a job, you should probably use LinkedIn and/or Twitter instead, according to a new report.
Gary Stein, a marine who has been criticizing U.S. President Obama on Facebook, has been recommended for dismissal by the Marine Corps administrative board. His lawyers are fighting back.
Facebook has acquired eye-tracking startup GazeHawk for an undisclosed sum. Facebook is not buying GazeHawk's technology; it's just hiring the startup's employees.
At GDC 2012, Facebook emphasized it still taking social games, and the developers that make them, very seriously. The company even has a full-time team of 40 employees dedicated to social games.
The Marine Corps administrative board is looking to dismiss Gary Stein, a marine who criticized U.S. President Obama on Facebook. A judge has denied a request to block the discharge proceedings.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has purchased a new $7 million house in Palo Alto.
NASA this week released details of security breaches the organization has recently experienced. Out of 47 attempts last year, hackers managed to penetrate NASA's computer network 13 times.
Selling exploits to government agencies is becoming a more and more lucrative business. Hackers can get paid anywhere between $5,000 and $250,000 for a security vulnerability.
Erskine Bowles, former White House Chief of Staff and president emeritus of the University of North Carolina (UNC), has joined Facebook's board of directors.