WASHINGTON — When you think of hack attacks, you probably picture cybercriminals stealing your money, or your personal information, which could lead to the loss of your money as well. But hackers increasingly have a…
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With all the recent breaches at major retailers, some might wonder if shopping online is actually safer than in brick and mortar stores.
It seems like a weekly occurrence — major stores have a data breach. Data Doctors\’ Ken Colburn explains why big retailers are being targeted.
Photos that allegedly capture nude celebrities – including Jennifer Lawrence and Selena Gomez — were leaked Sunday night, leaving many to question their online security.
A local cat named Coco has demonstrated how it\’s possible for a house pet to stealthily map out neighbors\’ Wi-Fi networks.
Is your iPhone as secure as it can be? Most iPhone users aren\’t aware of simple steps they can take to protect their mobile devices from hackers.
We learned last week that hackers were able to unlock the data from iPhones through iCloud, and now we\’re learning what the hackers are doing with the access.
Dutch hackers tried to warn the company, but they didn\’t pay attention.
Maryland government entities have suffered at least six cyberattacks since the beginning of 2013, according to incident reports from the Department of Information Technology.
High-profile breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus, and Michaels have focused attention on the problem of credit card fraud. Shoppers will soon have a new tool to protect their security — a credit card with built-in keyboard.
Data Doctor Ken Colburn says a troubling number of Apple users have not performed security updates, in part because they feel a false sense of safety that Apple devices aren\’t vulnerable to hackers.
Hackers haven\’t wasted any time exploiting the departure of the wildly popular Flappy Bird, by introducing malware in apps that mimic the addictive mobile game.
The popular crowdfunding website Kickstarter, which helps fledgling projects raise money among an estimated 5.9 million individual users, reported Saturday in an email that its network had been hacked.
Law enforcement officials alerted Kickstarter that hackers tried to gain unauthorized access to some customers\’ data.