Attacks against a core internet firm play havoc with some of the world's most popular websites.
The company caught major flak for disabling automatic forwarding after the revelation of a major data breach.
Plus we talk about the NYPD's official phone, as well as President Obama's budding cyberwar with Russia.
Now-deleted tweet from the account announces a switch in political allegiance, points followers toward rival Donald Trump.
The computer system contained classified information, and the Air Force hasn't said what caused the outage, according to Buzzfeed.
The US has lots of options for striking back against the country it claims tried to interfere with the election. Among them are some serious hacking tools.
Verizon says it's examining the impact of the 2014 hack on the company it's spending $4.8 billion to buy.
A former employee of the NSA details a method in which hackers could record your Mac's webcam and microphone without detection.
Harold Thomas Martin III worked for the same consulting firm as Edward Snowden and faces up to 11 years in prison.
The Republican presidential candidate says his administration would strengthen the US's defenses against hacking attacks.
Apple CEO doubles down on his defense of the technology that scrambles up data and communications, keeping criminals -- and the government -- from seeing what's inside.
A cybersecurity company claims it wasn't state-sponsored hackers who breached Yahoo user data. Yah-who knows?
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