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Hackers stole unreleased Radiohead recordings and threatened to release them unless the band paid $150,000, so the band released the recordings instea...
Radiohead made the hackers' ransom worthless by putting the recordings that were "never meant for public consumption" online for anyone to buy.
A scary new hack created by researchers can accurately guess your password by listening to the sound of your fingers tapping the phone screen
A new research paper shows how the microphones in smartphones could be used to listen for the sound waves made when users type their passcodes.
A laptop infected with 6 of the most dangerous computer viruses in history was sold at auction to an anonymous buyer for $1.345 million — here...
Whoever the buyer is, they have an eye for computer viruses. The malware running on the laptop is responsible for $95 billion in financial damage.
Hackers are reportedly using a tool leaked from the National Security Agency in a cyber attack that has plagued the city of Baltimore since May 7.
Google kept unencrypted, plaintext copies of some G suite business customer passwords on its servers for more than ten years
The implementation error causing the issue happened 2005 and according to TechCrunch, wasn't discovered until April of this year.
The Trump administration is trying to persuade DHS cybersecurity experts to go on ‘short-term deployments’ to the US-Mexico border despite...
The Trump administration is trying to get cybersecurity experts to go on "short-term deployments" to the US-Mexico border at a time when cybersecurity and election interference are top concerns.
President Trump’s national emergency likely won’t stop you from buying a Huawei phone, much less an iPhone. Here’s what it means for...
Here's what we know about the president's national emergency and what products it will affect.
The executive order, signed Wednesday, is expected to precede a ban on US firms doing business with the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.
CapitalG and Accel-backed Crowdstrike publicly filed its S-1 on Tuesday.
Money for loans intended to be sent from Amazon to third-party sellers was redirected by malicious actors, the company said in a UK filing.