Former National Security Agency (NSA) Director Ret. General Michael Hayden called the sabotaging of Iran’s nuclear program with Stuxnet a “good idea” during an interview with ‘60 Minutes.’
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NASA has been hit repeatedly by hackers during the last two years – including an incident where attackers compromised systems at the agency’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
Security researchers will be demonstrating an end-to-end phishing attack on Google Android phones that utilizes a zero-day vulnerability in Apple’s WebKit technology at the upcoming RSA Conference.
A 26-year-old Briton was sentenced to eight months for hacking Facebook in 2011.
New research has found information leaked by cell towers can be used to determine your cell phone’s general location.
Google has temporarily disabled the provisioning of prepaid cards as the company deals with the fallout from the discovery of security vulnerabilities affecting Google Wallet.
Hackers with Anonymous have taken credit for targeting government websites for Alabama and Mexico.
Hacktivists with the online collective Anonymous have released a recording of a sensitive phone call between officials with the FBI, Scotland Yard and other foreign police agencies related to ongoing investigations into hacking.
Facebook and the state of Washington are suing an ad network they accuse of encouraging people to spread spam through clickjacking schemes and other tactics.