List of hoaxes that hit the Olympics in Russia

The Winter Olympics in Russia is a event that is drawing a lot of attention world wide.

Facebook malware: Facebook Team Award Lottery Promotion Agency

Hackers on Facebook are trying to obtain personal information by sending fake messages to people

Billions lost because of weak password policy

Government agencies in the United States are often failing to implement even the most basic deter

Google Chrome warns you when your browser has been hijacked

Google Chrome has been updated with a plugin that senses when your browser has been hijacked by m

Co-founder 'Anakata' of the BitTorrent site The Pirate Bay needs your help

Per Gottfrid Svartholm Warg (born 17 October 1984), alias anakata, is a Swedish&nb

A Reflection on Sam Liles’ Cyber Warfare and Cyber Weapons posts

Nikolas Gvosdev: The Ethics of Cyberweapons

Earlier this week, I attended a roundtable convened by Amitai Etzioni to discuss his ideas for pursuing a strategy of mutually-assured restraint (MAR) between the United States and China. Inevitably in any discussion of Sino-American relations, the question of cyber activities came up and how we still are grappling with how to regulate the use of cyber tools in matters of war, peace and everything in between. In particular, how do we fit the cyber realm into an established system of ethics created to manage and mitigate the impacts of kinetic military action?

Footage released of Guardian editors destroying Snowden hard drives

GCHQ technicians watched as journalists took angle grinders and drills to computers after weeks o

Super Bowl WiFi password leaked on TV: w3Lc0me!HERE

The Super Bowl is a big event in the US and it seems that the super secret security service that

MUST WATCH: Funny IT helpdesk support vs Sales guy

Sometimes you need to have a little laugh and it seems that this IT support guy is doing nothing