Is Heartbleed the Biggest Threat Ever?
Heartbleed Bug Breaks Web Security
Retailers Liable for Hacking Damage?
Hacker Black Markets Expanding
Internet Devices Lure Hackers
As the known extent of the Heartbleed bug increases to include hundreds of thousands of Web sites and possibly Android itself, a question being assessed is whether it has set a milestone in security threats.
Are you ready for the next massive vulnerability? It’s called Heartbleed and it could give hackers access to user passwords and even trick people into using fake versions of popular Web sites.
Target's customer data hack is roiling the California Legislature, with bills being touted that strengthen consumer safeguards and limit the type of info collected and retained by retailers.
Black and gray markets for computer hacking tools, services and byproducts such as stolen credit card numbers continue to expand, increasing the threat to businesses, governments and individuals.
For decades, hackers have used the Internet to break into routers, computers and advanced industrial devices. But now, hackers are having a field day with mundane Internet-connected devices.