Sony says the hack, which continues a string of embarrassing security leaks, affects 8,500 users of Sony BMG Greece. It means their usernames, passwords, e-mails and phone numbers are vulnerable.
It seems apparent that the rapture is not going to happen today after all, but that won't stop malware attacks from preying on interest in the apocalypse.
Some tips to help identify malicious emails and avoid becoming a victim of a phishing scam claiming to be from Adobe.
News about the death of Osama bin Laden is a hot topic on social networking sites, and that makes it a hot target for cyber-criminals.
Adobe has released updated versions of Acrobat and Reader to fix the flawed authplay.dll element affected by the recent Flash zero-day vulnerability.
The children's clothing retailer says someone accessed its e-mail database and sent out a phishing message in an attempt to gather credit card information.
The FBI killed the Coreflood botnet with a combination of technical skill and unprecedented legal action.
The retailer's message to customers after Epsilon data breach wrongly implied that when it comes to e-mail there is such as thing as a known sender.
A new clickjacking attack is spreading across Facebook targeting fans of the popular Twilight saga with a fake Breaking Dawn promotional game.