A credit card hack allegedly uncovered at Home Depot reportedly used a variant of the same malware that affected Target customers last year, says security researcher Brian Krebs.
Congressional investigation charges that Americans were murdered in a well-planned attack that, contrary to what Obama administration said at the time, had nothing to do with a crude anti-Islam video on YouTube.
Google confirms restrictions on viewing amateur YouTube video critical of the Prophet Muhammad, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton backpedals on endorsement of Internet freedom.
Court orders "Innocence of Muslims," the controversial film that ignited international protest, to be removed from Google's video service.
More militaries and armed groups are using social media as a weapon of war -- but when ground skirmishes are mirrored by cyber-social battles, managing the message can get messy.
Amid rebel fighting in the capital of Tripoli, Internet access appeared to be restored for local citizens but just as quickly was taken away, according to several news reports.
With jurisdiction from the bottom of the ocean to deep space, U.S. Strategic Command has its hands full in a very complex world. CNET Road Trip 2013 visited to better understand the mission.
Libya's network traffic has fallen by up to 80 percent, with YouTube being especially hard hit, as the country appears to follow Egypt's recent example.
Unnamed sources tell The New York Times that officials discussed but ultimately rejected plan to use computers to cripple early-warning system before attack on Libya.
Paris-based Reporters Without Borders names five companies as "digital mercenaries" that have decided to sell their surveillance technology to authoritarian regimes.