Android 'Fake ID' Puts Millions at Risk
Protect Yourself from Identity Theft
Tor Working To Fix Security Exploit
Hackers Breached StubHub Accounts
Dropbox for Business Boosts Security
Having this fake ID is nothing to brag about, even if you are a minor. The “Fake ID” Android flaw drops malware into smartphone apps. It can steal credit card data and even take over your device.
In the last year, major companies like Target have been hacked; it seems every week there's news of another data breach. Here are five ways you can avoid becoming a victim of identity theft.
Developers for the Tor privacy browser are scrambling to fix a bug revealed Monday that researchers say could allow hackers, or government surveillance agencies, to track users online.
Cyber thieves got into more than 1,000 StubHub customers' accounts and fraudulently bought tickets for events through the online ticket reseller, company and law enforcement officials say.
Dropbox is upping its game for business users. The cloud-based storage and sharing company has rolled out new security, search and other features to boost its appeal for businesses.