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The leak of the information could help phishing campaigns.
Microsoft will apply its knowledge to the NCAA basketball tourney, also known as "March Madness," and publish an entire bracket's worth of predictions sometime this weekend. Could it be the edge you need?
The vulnerability in a plug-in from Yoast exposes sites to SQL injection attacks
Google-flavored hardware is saying sayonara to the Play Store and hello to the Google Store.
'Unindexed,' an art-technology project, explored the permanence of the web
The company offers no bounties, just public kudos.
The Angler exploit kit is using subdomains created by cybercriminals on real domain name accounts as part of its infrastructure
Both sites were redirected after hackers tampered with DNS records
The source code for the page names two alleged hackers.
The tool replaces SSL certificates without validating them first, opening the door to man-in-the-middle attacks
The Federal Anti-Monopoly Service of Russia has begun an inquiry into Google's business practices, according to the company.
Just in time for your Oscars pool, Microsoft has put its social sniffer to work, using online chatter, media predictions, and prior award winners to make its picks.
This is the first major change to one of the backbones of the web in over 16 years.
Developer builds of Firefox can now run limited kinds of Flash content, even if you don't have the Flash plug-in installed.