Chrome launched today a new version of the highly-popular browser today. The update includes improvements and new features for developers, but also addresses some security issues in version 24.
Two critical vulnerabilities for Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat were addressed in a security update that promises to plug the exploit that enabled attackers to escape the Adobe sandbox.
Ice can preserve many things, from food to flowers, but it can also keep volatile data on your encrypted smartphone long enough to expose your secrets. Or so a team of German researchers found out.
A highly popular television show on KRTV in the city of Great Falls, Montana was disrupted by disturbing news about dead people crawling from their graves.
Both former President Bushes had their e-mails hacked and sensitive details were compromised, according to The Smoking Gun. The alleged hacker claimed he gained access to "a lot of stuff," including interesting messages about George H.W. Bush's recent hospitalization.
Japan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications along with movie and music local industry launched Operation Decoy File in an attempt to educate computer users about piracy online and protect copyrighted content.
The Energy Department of the United States suffered a serious data breach in mid-January that allegedly exposed sensitive information about staff and external contractors. Although the department did not announce the breach, the information surfaced in an internal letter to affected employees.
Over 4,000 bank executives saw their personal data leaked after Anonymous hacked a new governmental website was hacked, according to ZDNet.
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