Has your account been compromised? Have you recently won a contest? Chances are good a hacker is trying to reel you in.
The founders of shuttered e-mail services Silent Mail and Lavabit -- the latter used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden -- want to bring easy-to-use, snoop-proof e-mail to everyone.
After some of the company's social-networking accounts were hacked, Microsoft says some of its e-mail accounts were also compromised.
Collection occurs when Internet services transmit the data during routine activity such as composing a message, The Washington Post reports.
Newly unsealed court papers reveal the circumstances behind the sudden closure of the encrypted e-mail service said to have been used by NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
Big companies including JPMorgan Chase and Pepsi are bringing on chief information security officers to limit their exposure to major hacks.
Company's online storage service said to be source of a large cache of private nude celebrity images.
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 youngest justice, Elena Kagan, admits that her fellow large minds haven't got around to e-mailing yet. Retrograde? Or wily?
In the wake of the shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown, hackers launch a cyberattack to take out the police department's website and email.