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Over 30 million Twitter account details are put up for sale on the computer underground.
Don’t panic. Facebook and Netflix have not suffered a data breach. But it’s quite possible that they are asking you to change your password.
65 million Tumblr users have had their details compromised as a result of a recently-discovered breach dating back to 2013. But it’s not just their passwords that they should be concerned about.
You would be wrong to think that this is just an attempt by the criminals to steal your Apple ID password – bad as that would be. It’s much worse than that.
If you fail to take proper care, it would be all too easy to type your password into a phishing site and hand control of your website over to a online criminal gang.
Leeds United-loving football fans appear to have hacked the Twitter account of WWE legend Jim Ross, and announced his death.
An 11-year-old girl from New York has set up her own business selling cryptographically secure passwords, using a technique known as diceware.
Apple’s iOS 9 contains a security flaw that lets cybercriminals gain limited access to a device through Siri.
Moonpig, the online personalised card company, has blocked the accounts of an unspecified number of customers after users’ details were published online.
Security experts and non security experts take very different attitudes to staying safe online, according to new research.
Consumers in the UK would be happy to share their DNA if it would help secure their financial and personal information, according to a new report.
One of India’s most popular music streaming services, Gaana, was pulled offline after a hack resulted in a leak of data affecting more than 10 million users.