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What seemed an unlikely twist in a cheap Hollywood thriller is now reality: the U.S. government has publicly accused North Korea of hacking Sony Uncle Sam's finger has been pointed, and President Barack Obama has made a promise to respond "proportion...

 Here is the latest twist in the ongoing Sony hacking story: after the FBI alleged that North Korea was indeed behind the attack on Sony, North Korea today categorically denied having anything to do with it. According to a BBC report, North Kore...

In case anybody still believed we were doing ok on cybersecurity, Staples just announced that malware deployed at 115 of its stores nationwide gave hackers access to some 1.16 million customers' payment cards. Check here to see if your store was hit.

The software tool that was used to exfiltrate many of the photos that comprised the infamous iCloud celebrity nude dump of 2014 has received a big update. Elcomsoft Phone Breaker now…...

Learning how to become a hacker is a lot like learning to play an instrument, says software developer and open source advocate Eric Steven Raymond. ESR, as he's often referred to, lists seven steps to help would-be programmers learn how to hack.Read...

BitTorrent indexing site The Pirate Bay has been offline since Tuesday morning after police in Sweden raided the site's server room, seizing servers and other equipment. The site won't load at all, and attempts to load it ultimately result in a timeo...

In an apparent side effect of the massive hack at Sony, a type of malware called "Destover" is now out there using a stolen digital certificate from Sony to possibly attack computer systems, according Kaspersky Labs What that means is that, because t...