Facebook and Yelp have announced their withdrawal from the conservative lobby group American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC), according to the National Journal.
PayPal has formed partnerships with Bitcoin payment processors BitPay, Coinbase and GoCoin to support merchants in handling Bitcoin transactions, the company said in a blog post.
Google could pay a record multi-billion-dollar fine for violating EU competition rules with respect to rival search engines, according to BBC.com.
Boeing plans to open a cyber-security center in Singapore to train and gear up cyber professionals in the region, according to V3.
Google has started to discourage the use of outdated and vulnerable browsers by displaying older versions of its search engine, according to the BBC.
Google has patched 50 severe security flaws in the Chrome browser, including a remote code execution, according to an announcement.
John Kerry and Hillary Clinton have had their phone conversations "accidentally" intercepted by the German intelligence service, the Bundesnachrichtdienst (BND), according to The Register.
The Chinese Medicine University has been infected with the Synolocker malware that's affecting Synology network access storage devices, according to Softpedia News.
Google will reward all HTTPS web sites with higher search rankings in an effort to strengthen security, according to a blog post by the company
Australian security researcher Joshua Rogers says he has found a way to infiltrate PayPal accounts in spite of the two-factor authentication security feature, according to PC World.
Ten of the most popular IoT devices have been discovered to include “an alarmingly high average number of 50-60 vulnerabilities per device”, according to an HP research.
Security researchers, Rob Ragan and Oscar Salazar plan to reveal how they can create a money-mining botnet using free trial and freemium cloud applications, according to Wired.
eBay company is facing a class action lawsuit over a data breach in May this year, on the grounds that the company failed to ensure the protection of the identity of all its customers, according to PCWorld.
The Wall Street Journal and entertainment site Vice.com sites were hacked and the Russians who did it posted screenshots of their user databases on Twitter, according to SC Magazine.