Most Recent Articles by Teri Robinson
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.
According to court documents, victims who prove harm would get up to $10,000 each in a proposed settlement.
Researchers were able to exploit a hardware bug, called "rowhammer," to obtain kernel privileges.
A federal judge has dismissed two lawsuits against the payroll company, saying there's no evidence yet of identity theft after a 2014 breach.
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- Report: More than 15,000 vulnerabilities in nearly 4,000 applications reported in 2014
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