Have you noticed that the global internet is slowing down as it experiences its "biggest-ever" attack by hackers flooding the web via distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS)?
A group of NATO researchers say the Stuxnet attacks were an illegal act of force against Iran, as is outlined in a new manual that makes international law applicable to cyber warfare.
As a member of congress, it's one thing to support a bad piece of tech policy because you don't fully understand the Internet but it's quite another when you brag about all the money you're making on the side from that position.
After announcing two-factor authentication to protect your accounts yesterday, a new vulnerability that allows hackers to change your password without answering security questions surfaced today.
Apple introduced the two-factor authentication option for securing your iCloud accounts today.
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Last night VentureBeat broke the story about a developer who was fired from his job at PlayHaven after being outted on Twitter for making sexual jokes during a conference. Today, the company where the person who outted him works is under a distributed denial of service attack.
Perhaps Apple will provide a coupon for a free game of Whack-a-Mole with its next iOS update.
Microsoft revealed today that a number of its Xbox Live accounts were hacked. According to the company, the hackers were able to gain access by using a number of social engineering tactics.
A spate of computer failures at South Korean banks and television networks this morning is being blamed on a computer virus.
A new botnet attacking display advertisers is able to mimic humans so as to fly under the radar of bot-watching algorithms.
Microsoft plans to automatically push out its Service Pack 1 update to all Windows 7 owners starting today.
"It looks like Andew got slammed into a desk by federal agents while trying to hand his phone to his lawyer after the court asked for his phone," his publicist told me via email.
"It's a f*cking ludicrous charge," Auernheimer told me this morning from New Jersey. "The FBI has tried to frame me for terrorism five times, and by their own admission they've been surveilling me since I was 15 years old."
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National Security Letters allow the government to secretly request information about you from companies you're associated with. A judge ruled them unconstitutional today.
While on the phone congratulating China's new president Xi Jinping on his appointment, President Obama reportedly slipped in some conversation around cyber security and intellectual property theft.
Matthew Keys, the social media deputy editor, was indicted today for giving Anonymous hackers access to his former employee's servers.