Anonymous has launched another online battle against members of the Islamic State group.
ReverbNation is notifying users of a breach that occurred in 2014, and is asking them to change their passwords.
Rather than wait for the user to do it himself, middle men in the Chinese mobile phone industry are pre-stalling malware according to G Data.
Indiana State Police cited a state law defining agricultural terrorism to deny a request for information about cellular surveillance equipment.
A self-described computer specialist is claiming to have 32,000 of Hillary Clinton's private emails for sale at $500,000 or to the highest bidder.
The Carbanak malware and Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) campaign, which facilitated the heist of $1 billion from banks around the world earlier this year, is back with its first new variant.
Sony Pictures Entertainment sidestepped a class action suit by reaching a settlement with former employees whose information was exposed in a high-profile breach.
A London sexual health clinic accidentally leaked the HIV status, names, and email addresses of 780 patients in a newsletter.
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A laptop computer belonging to a UCLA Health faculty member was stolen, and it contained personal information.
Malware was discovered on one of the front desk computers at the Brunswick Hotel & Tavern, and guest payment card information could be at risk.
Personal information may have been exposed during a possible data security incident involving the Utah Food Bank donation webpage.
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