Leaked Apple device IDs came from app developer, not FBI
Although AntiSec hackers claim they stole 1 million Apple device ID numbers from the FBI, a digital publishing company has come forward as the real source of the leak.
Social Q&A site Formspring gets hacked, resets all passwords
420,000 stolen passwords were posted on a security forum Wednesday.
Tumblr security hole has researchers concerned
A cross-site scripting vulnerability means hackers could access users' accounts or launch a worm.
Why Twitter’s new security won’t keep you safe
Secure browsing is a smart move, but there's still more to do.
Hiding your tracks with Tor could be risky, say some
A popular tool for hiding illicit Internet traffic may be vulnerable to attack say some experts.
Security flaw leaves hotel safe virtually unlocked
A new video explains why you're at risk of coming back to zero when you rely on a hotel safe.
Facebook offers bounty to hackers
In a move controversial with many users, Facebook is offering a "bug bounty" to any hacker who finds a security issue and reports it.
Smile: You’re in an ad (like it or not)
LinkedIn didn't tell you you might be featured in an ad. Users have figured it out and they're not happy.
Yfrog boss: We’re not the Weiner hole
The CEO of ImageShack, the service that posts millions of photos daily to people’s Twitter accounts, denied Thursday that his site had a security “hole,” as reported by the Daily Dot.