During eBay's second-quarter financial analysts call, executives hinted at the real impact of its May data breach.
A new vulnerability in the popular image manipulation technology for the open-source WordPress platform raises old fears.
Once again, a third-party widget is compromised, exposing users to risk.
While the purpose of cryptocurrency is to provide a more distributed and secure form of currency, recent events seem to prove otherwise.
The retailer claims security is not the root cause for checkout delays.
The widely used Twitter client was temporarily shut down due to a security issue.
Although problems have forced the TrueCrypt project to throw in the towel, there are other choices for full-disk encryption.
Ten months after Google patched Chrome, Safari picks up some older browser security fixes.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Once again, we see a case in which compromised credentials are to blame for an attack. Bitly decides it's time for two-factor authentication.
Bitly advises users of its URL-shortening service to log in to their accounts and reset the OAuth token to connect and enable access from Facebook and Twitter.
A second flaw, a denial-of-service attack risk, is also getting a patch. Neither flaw is quite as dramatic as Heartbleed.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The source of the breach remains unknown, but it caused AOL user accounts to be employed for spoofed email campaigns.
A flaw in Flash was being used in watering hole attacks against Syrian dissidents.
Heartbleed is serious, but the simple reality is that most Websites and many end users don't use SSL properly to begin with.
Google is asking IT security experts for their input in an online survey about how to make the Internet safer for consumers.