An illegal, hacker-helmed identity-theft service called SSNDOB -- as in Social Security Number and date of birth -- compromises servers at several major US data brokers, according to a report.
Network credentials boosted from a Target contractor specializing in ventilation systems are the way that hackers likely got access to the company.
Brian Krebs reports that the malware used to steal millions of customers' payment card information was uploaded through a compromised server.
A well-respected computer security reporter says he was the target of a con that sent an armed SWAT team to his front door.
Neiman Marcus says that it's the latest victim of data thieves, who made off with the credit card information of an unknown number of customers.
The shopping giant Target is apparently investigating a data breach that affects the in-store records of millions of credit and debit card transactions.
Your camera may not seem so interesting compared with these shooters made out of reclaimed taxidermy subjects and other objects.
French hardware company, now a Seagate subsidiary, says virtually everyone who shopped on LaCie's Web site in the last year is at risk.
Smooth words and a fake identity gave one man the power to compromise millions of private financial records belonging to US consumers.
Over a year since the Flashback malware was found, its creator has finally been identified.