Some users visiting Yahoo.com are redirected to sites armed with code that exploits vulnerabilities in Java and installs a variety of different malware.
Smooth words and a fake identity gave one man the power to compromise millions of private financial records belonging to US consumers.
The News Corp. head tweets portentous suggestions about Google and Eric Schmidt. What secrets could he be referring to?
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For much of 2013, the dating application was a little too forthcoming with users' locations, according to security researchers.
Sony posts a video showing off the smooth lines of a smartphone but keeps mum on its name or any details, only saying the handset is "new" and "extraordinary."
The video game developer, known for creating Assassin's Creed, announces that its account database was breached and that all users should to reset their passwords.
The social network is embarrassed by a glitch in its "Download Your Information" tool that unintentionally shared some members' phone numbers and e-mail addresses.
Investigators say that a man accused of being in illegal possession of 50,000 IDs was caught after they found an image he took of a steak and macaroni and cheese meal on Instagram.
Concerns over personal information revealed online are up significantly from 30 percent in 2009, according to a new Pew Internet study.