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Wordpress is currently the target of a botnet attack stealing access to admin accounts. The purpose? Likely to make the botnet stronger.
Over the last four years hackers have targeted 35 gaming companies around the world, according to new research.
Virginia announced a new cyber-security accelerator that is based on the same model as Silicon Valley's Y Combinator.
Mat Honan got owned last year and it sucked, but you can still learn his lesson.
A criticized cyber-security bill that hopes to improve information sharing between the private and public sectors was voted through by the House Intelligence Committee today.
The IRS may stand on the side of the law that says warrants are not necessary to access personal emails.
Roku has officially sold over five million set top boxes and proclaims that streaming will cannibalize cable.
If you're a young startup, let this Funding Daily give you hope.
Early stage investing venture firm Foundation Capital announced a $282 million fund aimed at consumer, IT, and green-tech startups.
U.K. hacker Ryan Ackroyd will be sentenced in May with three other Lulzsec hackers after he pleaded guilty to one of his charges today.
After robbers stole broke into Walmart's video service Vudu's offices in March, the company reset customer passwords today.
Facebook is testing a new status update option that lets you tell everyone how you're feeling, what you're watching, and if you're drinking.
A team at UC Berkeley has discovered an mass-marketable way of measuring brainwaves and using them to replace passwords.
The proposed changes to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act spurred more than just angry tweets. The EFF and others are calling for people to rise up and flood congressmen with CFAA reform demands.
Clicked on any weird links in Skype lately? Your computer might be mining Bitcoins for a hacker.
Coinbase warned users about phishing attacks in a blog post this week after personal information is exposed in search engine results.
A team of researchers at Oxford University found a way to 3D-print a network of cells that act like those of a human.
SavingStar, which collects your coupon savings across multiple grocery stores and gives them to you as a lump sum, got a lump sum of its own today: A $9.1 million fourth round of funding.
As part of then new funding, …