Flaws judged as a moderate risk will be worth rewards between $500 and $2,000
Terbium uses data fingerprinting techniques to find stolen information on the Web
The company's change follows an industry move to retire the use of the SHA-1 hashing algorithm
The software sharing site backpedals after criticism over the handling of GIMP-Win
Israel-based Hola said it is working to fix the problems and will undertake a security review
Older Apple systems unlock the firmware after a computer goes to sleep
The trade in counterfeit coupons still thrives on other underground marketplaces.
A new study warns that Wi-Fi data collected by applications could be used for tracking.
It could also cause unwanted dialog boxes to appear
MacKeeper's original developer is offering $2 million to settle a class-action suit.
The full database may contain payment card data, highly sought after by fraudsters
Adult Friend Finder was breached more than two months ago, according to a dark Web forum
The creator of Hacker's List says the site is a lower-cost way to bid for security projects
The rules could prohibit the export of penetration testing tools without a license
The breach is the third one disclosed this year by a large health insurer