With all the data breaches in 2014, you'd think folks would be a little more careful. But SplashData’s Annual "Worst Passwords" list reveals that people are just as lax about password security as ever.
Why has the U.S. National Security Agency been so confident in pointing the finger at North Korea in the hack at Sony Pictures? Apparently because the NSA had already hacked North Korea.
Microsoft’s Outlook e-mail service was apparently the victim of a man-in-the-middle (MITM) cyberattack over the weekend, this time perpetrated by the Chinese government.
Once again, Google has publicly disclosed unpatched Windows vulnerabilities, likely heightening the tensions between the two tech giants after Google disclosed another Windows flaw late last month.
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