IRS says identity thieves nabbed 100,000 income tax e-file PINs
Right in the middle of tax season.
IRS expects its e-file tax system to be back online today
A server crash could delay your refund a bit, however.
The Silk Road bust almost didn't happen
If it weren't for one man insisting that the digital evidence trail was worth pursuing, Dread Pirate Roberts would still be free.
2015's big hacks, attacks and security blunders
You'd think that 2015's password was 123456.
IRS promises to get a search warrant before spying on cellphones
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen says his agency will comply with the DOJ's new rules.
The IRS has used Stingray phone-tracking tech
The IRS is the 13th known US government agency to use Stingray technology.
AI could be the solution to catching tax cheats
Taxes suck. But learning computers could make sure we all pay our fair share.
This year's IRS breach is way bigger than the agency initially thought
The Internal Revenue Service says 200,000 additional accounts were potentially accessed in this year's breach.
Pentagon shuts down Joint Chiefs' email network
The Department of Defense was forced to shut down an unclassified email system used by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff after the government noticed "suspicious activity" on the system over the weekend.