Carnegie Mellon University researchers claim they have created a smartphone messaging app with security that not even the National Security Agency can break.
In a story featured in Sunday’s issue of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, reporter Andrew Conte goes in depth on how sharing files could lead to your most personal information being stolen by computer hackers.
Some 450,000 Yahoo users’ email addresses and passwords were leaked online because of a security breach. Security experts say the hackers did this to warn Yahoo it was vulnerable.
Just when the University of Pittsburgh community is starting to breathe again, here comes another threat. Only this time it’s not a bomb threat but a cyber threat.
If you have a laptop, you probably love the convenience of using it on the go. WiFi lets you connect just about anywhere. But that freedom does have some drawbacks. Like hackers trying to steal your information right from under your fingertips. KDKA Consumer Editor Susan Koeppen says it’s pretty easy for hackers to grab our information when we go wireless.