Selling for as little as $1, Uber login credentials have been found on the black market though the company still denies it was hacked.
An unauthorized third party generated suspicious activity on some Executive Club and Registered Customer accounts.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation obtained government documents about its use of zero-days and its policy for when to disclose them.
GitHub.com was reportedly overwhelmed by traffic that was hijacked from Chinese search engine Baidu.
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The number of product vulnerabilities reported in 2014 jumped up 18 percent, according to research from Secunia.
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