Kim Dotcom has ordered the removal from his Mega file-storage service design plans for a controversial one-bullet plastic gun.
Researchers propose foiling password thieves by salting password databases with red herrings called 'honeywords.'
A study of vulnerabilities in about 15,000 websites found 86 percent had at least one serious hole that hackers could exploit, and “content spoofing” was the most prevalent vulnerability, according to WhiteHat Security’s annual study.
Imperva's system analyzes attack patterns detected hitting the networks of participating customers.
'Churnalism' aims to distinguish original news stories from repackaged press releases and Wikipedia articles.
As a proposed Internet sales tax bill rushes through the Senate, opponents argue caution.
Hacking group Anonymous asked websites to black out their front pages on Monday, in protest against legislation in the U.S. that would allow online companies and government agencies to more easily share personal information.
Announcements from browser makers last week may recall the bad old days of browser incompatibility, but this isn't IE6 all over again.
WikiLeaks, best known for its release of secret documents pertaining to U.S. activities in current wars, Monday opened an online database of Henry Kissinger-era cables.
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