Fiat Chrysler moved quickly to recall 1.4 million vehicles equipped with certain Internet and radio software that can be hacked by outsiders.
A website embroiled in controversy from its beginning has been hacked, and its 37 million users may have good reason to be a bit nervous.
The Justice Department says it has shut down an online marketplace where cybercriminals bought and sold hacked databases, malicious software and other products that could steal information from computer systems.
The new credit card with a chip is a response to all those credit card breaches at stores like Target, Kmart, Staples, and Home Depot.
It’s tax refund season and Raymond Grey was expecting a $2,000-plus check from the IRS, but now it’s unclear if that check will ever arrive in the mail.
By all accounts, the breach of Anthem, an Indianapolis-based Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance company, was stunning.
Moviegoers were at the South Side Works to see the controversial film “The Interview” on Christmas.
Federal investigators have now connected the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc. to North Korea, a U.S. official said Wednesday, though it remained unclear how the federal government would respond to a break-in that exposed sensitive documents and ultimately led to terrorist threats against moviegoers.
Sony hackers have reportedly threatened a 9/11-like attack on movie theaters that screen the new Seth Rogen, James Franco North Korean comedy “The Interview.”
The Better Business Bureau is warning people about some of the most common holiday scams.
They’re an innocent family under cyber attack — threatening phone calls in the middle of the night — bank account, social security and credit cards stolen — even the SWAT team surrounding their house.
It all started with a phone call in the middle of the night.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Dairy Queen is the latest company to announce that hackers got a hold of its customers credit card information.
The Better Business Bureau has a warning about a computer scam that’s going around. It’s actually an old scam with a new twist.
A Russian computer hacker is accused of leading a worldwide conspiracy that targeted hundreds of thousands of computers with malware that enabled his group to steal more than $100 million from business and other bank accounts.