The Heartbleed bug may have allowed hackers to gather personal data from 25 percent of websites on the Internet. Here's what it is and how you can protect yourself from it.
Cyber criminals beware: a new cryptography breakthrough might make software completely unhackable.
A group of researchers successfully cracked one of the toughest encryption codes by simply listening to the sounds of a computer’s CPU.
DARPA is looking for people to play some special games that will help find vulnerabilities in software.
AI company Vicarious claims it has created an algorithm that can crack CAPTCHA security on the web.
The first step is blowing on the car, followed by repeatedly slamming it into an NES console.
Horrifyingly, redirecting or crashing the hijacked plane is well within this app's capability.
Hacking attacks from China have made headlines recently and a group of investigators believe the military may be behind the activities.
Company reports breach in security was "extremely sophisticated"
Researchers at Virginia Tech have asserted that the LTE signal for an area as wide as a city could be disrupted with radio equipment that costs as little as $650. The researchers go on to say that LTE is especially vulnerable to disruption when compared to older 2G and 3G networks.