Twitter Hires Famed Hacker ‘Mudge’ to Oversee Security

As it continues to deal with security issues and misinformation, Twitter has hired Peiter Zatko, known as Mudge, as head of security.

Sony Announces $50,000 PlayStation Bug Bounty

Sony has announced it will pay significant bug bounties for PlayStation 4 bugs.

Microsoft May Have Been Right About Thunderbolt Amid Security Concerns

A researcher has discovered seven critical security vulnerabilities with Thunderbolt that impact Windows, Linux and, to a lesser extent, macOS.

Adobe Urging Users to Upgrade to Address Critical Vulnerability

Adobe is urging Creative Cloud Desktop Application customers running Windows to upgrade immediately to prevent hackers from deleting their files.

Beware of Watching ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ On Streaming Sites

While it may be tempting to watch the latest Star Wars installment from the comfort of home, the International Business Times (IBT) is warning that doing so could be dangerous. According to the IBT report, security firm Kaspersky Labs has…

OnePlus Reports Second Data Breach in Two Years

OnePlus is reporting the second breach of customer data in as many years. A member of the security team informed customers of the breach on the company’s support forums. According to the statement, some “users’ order information was accessed by…

Ashley Madison: 37 Million Cheaters’ Profiles Have Been Hacked!

It’s ironic that cheaters who used a website to cheat on their partners found themselves cheated, thanks to hackers. “Ashley Madison,” a website encouraging people to have an affair because “life is short,” was hacked on Monday by a group…

Paris Hilton Gets Apology From The Nude Photo Hacker

Cameron Lacroix, the 26-year-old hacker from New Bedford who’s responsible for the Paris Hilton nude photo leak back in 2005, has apologized to the celebrity for invading her privacy. The apology came as Lacroix is about to begin his four-year…

Paris Hilton Hacker Busted Yet Again

It’s been ten years since the Paris Hilton hacker scandal and apparently one of the culprits responsible never learned his lesson. Cameron Lacroix of New Bedford, Mass. just pled guilty to two counts of computer intrusion and one count of…

Antivirus Software: No Match For Potential Cybercrime

“There are only two kinds of companies: those who have been breached and those who will be breached.” Such is the claim of Cynthia James, director of business development for Kaspersky Lab, a leading antivirus and Internet security firm. Her…