NordVPN, TorGuard says their VPN servers were breached, but say it's not that bad. Yet there seems to be a related lawsuit.
Some new users registering for Facebook accounts are told to enter the passwords to their registration email accounts for 'verification.'
A mysterious hacker is selling more than 700 million stolen accounts on the dark web. Here's what you need to do.
Someone has stolen the full user database of BlankMediaGames, maker of the popular online role-playing game Town of Salem.
Account information about 2.4 million users of the Blur password manager was exposed by a poorly configured online server.
An API bug exposed millions of users' private Facebook photos to third-party apps. Here's how to check if you were impacted.
A coding flaw may have let third-party Facebook apps access 6.8 million users' private photos for 12 days in September.
Russian hijackers are stealing Instagram accounts, but no one knows exactly how or why. The first thing to do is change your password.
Reddit announced that accounts of users who'd signed up before 2008 were affected by a recent data breach.
The internet is a 'weapon of mass destruction,' news anchor Ted Koppel said at a New York conference as experts shared his gloomy outlook.
Django discovered, and quickly patched, a security vulnerability that would have let hackers turn Django's strong password security against it.
A potentially torrid affair: the encryption used in online anonymity protocol Tor may be crackable by the NSA — and even upgrading won't fix the problem.
News headlines today proclaimed the 'biggest cyberattack in history' was happening, slowing Internet traffic worldwide. That's not exactly true, but the disturbing events that did occur may result in a fundamental Internet overhaul.
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