2015's big hacks, attacks and security blunders
You'd think that 2015's password was 123456.
People tweeted their phone number and got spammed with cat facts
A programmer teaches Twitter users who tweet out their phone numbers a lesson with cat facts.
Root password flaw leaves wireless Seagate drives open to attack
A default, unsolicited root password make some Seagate wireless drives vulnerable to attack
NSA Privacy Director says fears of government spying are unwarranted
It was one of the final questions of the NSA's open Q&A today, and one that's weighed heavily...
Google, Yahoo and others are getting fed up with government gag orders
The EFF may be handing out gold stars to firms that publish their own transparency reports, but ea...
NSA review group tells Obama to ditch bulk phone surveillance
2013 has been a hard year for the White House. It's been working overtime to try and manage the PR n...
Macworld on security
Ah, Mac security, one of my favorite topics. I am often considered the Cassandra of the Mac communit...