An update to an international accord potentially opens everyone to attacks, something the US government didn't figure out until after it was signed.
More than 191 million voter records, including personal information and voting activity, have been exposed. It's not clear who owns the server.
The person allegedly took six bodies for the iPhone 6 off the assembly line and sold them to a local gadget market in Shenzhen.
With the goal of better protecting user data, the social network buys a company known for just that.
Two months after the infamous bug was discovered, more than half of vulnerable servers remain unpatched.
AOL instructs mailbox providers to reject any email allegedly associated with an AOL domain that didn't originate from an AOL server.
While Gmail's new policy of automatically loading images by default may have some people excited, it comes at a security sacrifice.
The server has since been secured, but it was on the open market for cybercrooks last week, reports Reuters.
Searches on Yahoo.com will now go through a secure server, with users seeing a reassuring "https" in their browsers.
Brian Krebs reports that the malware used to steal millions of customers' payment card information was uploaded through a compromised server.