Maltego, a tool demonstrated at a recent security conference, gathers online clues and geo-location data to quickly generate a graphical report of the data usage by an individual or organization. The conclusion: Public information can reveal a lot about a so-called secure environment.
They don't teach Internet etiquette in schools, but maybe they should.
Distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks with an average bandwidth of over 20Gbps have become commonplace this year, but very few companies or organizations have the necessary network infrastructure to deal with such attacks.
AT&T is expected to be the first ISP to implement a new policy developed with U.S. content providers that involves sending several anti-piracy warnings, redirecting users' browsing, and finally filing legal charges.
The hosting service is offering across-the-board discounts to its customers as an apology for an outage that lasted several hours this week.
The open-source content management system offers a bevy of features that makes it ideal for authors, vendors, media producers and more.
The Elderwood gang specializes in finding and exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities in Microsoft's IE browser and Adobe's Flash Player.
Apple's mobile operating system can automatically retrieve a boarding pass when a traveler arrives and zap payment when stopping at Starbuck's.
4K Stogram is a bare-bones utility that does just one thing: Download Instagram photos.