Security experts say attacks on smartphones are growing fast — and attackers are becoming smarter about developing new techniques.
PBS officials say hackers have cracked the network’s website. The hackers apparently posted a phony story claiming dead rapper Tupac Shakur was alive in New Zealand.
If you’re looking for images of the al-Qaida leader’s gory death, don’t bother: not only do they not exist, but the search could hurt infect your computer.
It’s a new way to carry out an old crime, and most people don’t even know about it. The popularity of text messaging has made it an attractive target for thieves.
If you’re a customer of banks like JPMorgan Chase & Co., and retailers like Best Buy Co. or Walgreen Co., be on the lookout for a new email scam likely headed your way.
WordPress.com, the blogging platform used for CBSLA.com and millions of bloggers around the world, was hit by hackers, paralyzing the system for several hours Thursday morning.
You know you have to secure yourself online, worry about viruses, attacks from hackers and so many other things, including mobile security.
The internet security firm McAfee Tuesday released its 2011 Threat Prediction Report and Apple, mobile devices and geolocation services topped its list for potential targets.