VTech, maker of electronic children's toys, was hacked last month. The hacker was able to not only get personal data of kids and their parents, but pictures and chat logs as well.
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2016 is fast approaching. Over the last few years, we've seen huge leaps in cybercrime, and it doesn't appear to be slowing. What does the future hold for hackers and cybercriminals?
Over the weekend, the world was shocked by Friday night's terrorist attacks in Paris, France. The attacks, carried out by ISIS, killed over 130 people and wounded well over 300. Social media and technology played a hand on both sides of the attack.
As our "things" become more and more connected, the concern over internet and network security deserves more scrutiny. Who is more responsible for making sure anything that connects to something else is more secure: the makers of the "things" or the Internet Service Providers (ISPs)?
This week, Microsoft released patches for Internet Explorer, Skype and Windows while Adobe released security updates for Flash Player, the third time this month they've done so.
Recent versions of ransomware make it easier for the malware to infect your computer, easier for it to spread and harder to get rid of it. Here's a look at the latest in ransomware.
New There's a new type of malware designed for Android devices. It disguises itself as a popular app, but gives hackers root access to your phone, and it's nearly impossible to get rid of it.