Don't-Miss Security Stories
A hardware enthusiast created a USB thumb drive that can discharge a high voltage into a computer's USB interface
Bloatware or crapware clogs your PC, slowing it down and gobbling up space. A little research can help you avoid the worst offenders.
One senator called the legislation a 'surveillance bill by another name'
An Indian broadband provider briefly claimed traffic intended for Google as its own.
Ugh - the program encrypts game saves, mods, maps and other user-generated content for a large number of popular games.
The U.S. government still supports using encryption but has questions about law enforcement access to data
The vulnerability in a plug-in from Yoast exposes sites to SQL injection attacks
The discussion will determine whether social networks must disclose data breaches
The 'Rowhammering' attack exploits electrical interference to change binary values in memory
New flagship phones on the way from LG, Huawei... Apple struggles with 11-hour cloud outage... Impatience grows over EC's Google probe
A vulnerability could allow your Dropbox files to be uploaded to someone else's account
Lack of SSL certificate could have exposed emails to eavesdropping attack
The name matches an NSA project listed in a secret document leaked by Edward Snowden