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.
According to a new report, the FBI and Justice Department are investigating officials of the St. Louis Cardinals for hacking internal networks of a rival team.
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.
With not that many weeks before Christmas, shoppers in stores and on-line are spending lots of dollars to make their holiday a sweet one.
It all started with a phone call in the middle of the night.
When Home Depot discovered credit card and debit card information had been hacked from April to early September, one local bank — Dollar Bank — didn’t hesitate to act.
Dairy Queen is just the latest victim of cybercrime, joining a growing list of six hundred companies including Target, Home Depot, Michaels and JPMorgan-Chase.
The people who chose to look at nude celebrity photos that hackers posted committed “a sexual offense,” actress Jennifer Lawrence says in an exclusive interview with Vanity Fair in its November issues
It sometimes seems as if every retail store has its customers’ credit and debit card information hacked by cyber criminals.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers claim they have created a smartphone messaging app with security that not even the National Security Agency can break.