The Syrian Electronic Army, which usually attacks publications, redirected the Marines.com website to its own with a letter for those in the military.
Apple says “most remaining services” in its hacked developer center will be relaunched this week.
Yes, if you can hack today’s human-controlled cars, imagine what you can do with the computers in a self-driving car.
Guest Post Why Chipotle faked its own hack in a bid to raise awareness for its 20th anniversary.
Yet another media company’s Twitter account has fallen victim to hackers. This time, the Syrian Electronic Army took over the Thomson Reuters account for about an hour.
Evernote released two-factor authentication for a test group of its users today, along side two new features that allow you to see both when a device accesses your account and from where.
If you weren’t born as the son of all father of the nine realms, the chances are you won’t be able to pick up Thor’s almighty hammer Mjölnir, which gives you the power to knock down bad guys and call upon the elements of thunder and lightning. However, you might be able to make one yourself.
Twitter sent out a letter to publications today warning them that more attacks will come in the future and to start preparing now.
Editor’s Pick While the FAA denies that a hack can take over the flight controls of a plane, one researcher is saying, “Put up or shut up.”
Another enterprising gamer has modified a classic title to reverse gender roles. This time, it’s The Legend of Zelda.
The recent hack on Facebook was traced back to one infected website called iPhoneDevSDK.com, but now it seems there may have been up to three infected websites involved.
Oracle has issued an emergency patch for its Java software after a string of high-profile hacking incidents at companies including Apple, Facebook, Twitter, and Microsoft.
Sorry jailbreakers: The latest iPhone update, iOS 6.1.3, could kill your lovely little hack.
The iOS 6.1 lockscreen hack from earlier this month isn’t the only security vulnerability in Apple’s latest mobile OS.
Microsoft is the latest company targeted by a sophisticated Java-based cyberattack that focuses on mobile app developers — particularly those using Macs.
Facebook had some pretty sweet hacks over the past year. They basically deep-fried a server with phenomenal results. They created a QR code that can be seen from space. And one guy even made a 3D-printed map of Facebook.
Onity, which makes hotel key card readers, may be recalling its locks. The locks, which can be hacked and unlocked, recently lead to a hotel room robbery in Texas.
A woman’s hotel room was burglarized due to a known vulnerability in hotel key card readers from Onity. The robbery occurred at a Hyatt in Houston, Texas.
Following legitimate hacks into some Twitter accounts, the site ended up mistakenly sending password reset e-mails to a large number of unaffected users as well.
Several NBC websites were briefly hacked today by a hacker trying to make a very original Guy Fawkes Day reference.
DriveSavers gets some data back for a Wired writer who was hacked.
Game publisher Blizzard was hacked this week, as discovered by the security team, which Blizzard says is currently working with law enforcement to figure out who is behind the breach.
A horrifying hack of one journalist’s data was only possible thanks to an appalling lack of security in iCloud — and a correspondingly bad security process at Amazon.com.
Former Gizmodo staffer Mat Honan’s iCloud account was compromised over the weekend after a hacker fooled an Apple Care technician into giving out his account details.
A group of Indian hackers leaked what appears to be stolen source code from the antivirus company Symantec Monday night, following a month of fruitless negotiations.
Finally! Notable hacker pod2g and the Chronic Dev Team have released the first untethered jailbreak for Apple’s iPhone 4S and iPad 2.
Zappos customers got more from the online shoe retailer this month than a pair of winter boots. They all received a bit of a shock on Sunday when CEO Tony Hsieh revealed that the company suffered a security breach on one of its Kentucky servers.
Following a major attack by the hacker group Anonymous, security research firm Strategic Forecasting, better known as Stratfor, has said it will delay putting its website back online by about a week.