For the first time, a fully automated supercomputer is trying to compete with humans in an annual hacking contest – and the machine seems to be holding its own.
Don’t believe everything you see. It turns out even your computer monitor can be hacked.
Giant refrigerator-sized supercomputers battled each other on Thursday in a virtual contest to show that machines can find software vulnerabilities.
Industrial facilities should be on guard against drones. Even off-the-shelf versions of the unmanned aircraft could be used to disrupt sensitive systems.
The threat of ransomware is becoming widespread among corporations, with almost half of U.S. businesses suffering an attack from the nasty form of malware recently, according to a new survey.
Yahoo users might want to reset their passwords. A hacker claims to have stolen the login information for 200 million Yahoo accounts and is selling them on the black market.
Interpol has arrested a top Nigerian email scammer who stole more than $60 million by tricking businesses into handing over funds.
SwiftKey, a popular keyboard app, has suspended a syncing feature that may have leaked users’ emails to strangers.
Donald Trump’s muddled stance on hacking has disturbed security experts at time when the tech industry is looking for clarity on the U.S.'s cyber policy.
Password manager LastPass can even be fooled. A Google security researcher has found a way to remotely hijack the software.
Presidential candidate Donald Trump has called on Russia to hack his rival Hillary Clinton’s emails.
It’s still unclear if Russian hackers are trying to meddle with the U.S. election. But the growing number of major cyber attacks is causing the U.S. government to coordinate a better response.
SMS messaging for two-factor authentication might become a thing of the past. A U.S. federal agency is discouraging its use.
Security firm SentinelOne is confident it can beat any of today’s ransomware -- and is willing to put money behind that claim.
The FBI has launched an investigation into the hacking of the Democratic National Committee’s servers, as more evidence surfaced about Russia’s possible involvement in the attack.