|Microsoft Stepping Up Privacy Efforts
Redmond wants to become a leader in a newly competitive space: your privacy. Microsoft said it's expanding encryption across all of its services to guard against snooping by governments.
|NSA Said To Track Millions of Phones
A new report suggests the National Security Agency may be collecting 5 billion records of cellphone location data each day. The report suggests hundreds of millions of phones are being tracked.
|Hack Puts Social Media Users at Risk
A massive hack has served up the user names and passwords of nearly 2 million Facebook, Twitter, Google and Yahoo accounts. The database breach was made possible by the Pony Botnet Controller.
|Win XP, Server 2003 Zero-Days Found
Microsoft is investigating reports of a zero-day vulnerability in a kernel component of Windows XP and Windows Server 2003, accessed using older versions of Adobe Reader.