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Fake Amazon gift cards are being sent to Android devices via text message, but it’s malware not discounts that is being spread among the recipients.
A widespread, long-standing security flaw that allows attackers to decrypt HTTPS-protected traffic between certain device and potentially millions of websites has been uncovered by security researchers, reports Ars Technica.
Account holders with Toys “R” Us have been informed that their passwords will be reset, after unauthorised third-parties attempted to gain access to the company’s reward program.
The Indian government has changed the way in which its officials are allowed to operate when working, it has been announced.
Hillary Clinton might be in hot water after it is revealed that she never had an official email account, but was instead using a personal one. That’s potentially a breach of federal law, but it’s definitely a security risk.
There have been some high-profile Bitcoin thefts recently. Here are 10 tips on protecting your virtual bitcoin wallet.
As many as 50,000 Uber drivers could have been affected by a security breach last year, potentially leaving their personal data in the hands of an unauthorized third-party, reports Tech Crunch.
A pair of possible exploits in hardware and software used for playing Blu-ray discs have come to light, reports PC World.
Facebook has announced that it paid out $1.3 million last year to ‘white hat’ hackers, as part of a bounty initiative that rewards developers for spotting flaws in the social network.
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The Ramnit botnet that is said to have affected 3.2 million computers has been shut down by European police.
Chinese computer manufacturer Lenovo has been victim to a website hack, with Lizard Squad claiming responsibility.
Even if you’re not a customer of health insurer Anthem, your data could have been put at risk. Be on your guard.