US security researchers have found out how to hack Gmail with up to 92 percent success across the Android, Windows and iOS operating systems due to a vulnerability.
The flaw was uncovered by experts at the University of California Riverside Bourns College of Engineering and the University of Michigan, who identified a weakness believed to exist in the app on all major operating systems. They said that the vulnerability could allow attackers to steal users' sensitive data.
An increasing number of ATM skimmers targeting banks and consumers appear to be of the razor-thin insert variety. These card-skimming devices are made to fit snugly and invisibly inside the throat of the card acceptance slot. Here’s a look at a stealthy new model of insert skimmer pulled from a cash machine in southern Europe just this past week.
Microsoft's love-hate relationship with the U.S. government is turning a bit more amicable, at least when it comes to Windows Phone.
The U.S. government is a big technology buyer. The 2014 federal IT budget weighs in at over $81 billion. For fiscal 2015, federal IT spending will to dip somewhat to $79 billion, according to the White House's budget (PDF).
Further details are emerging on the massive data breach at US hospital operator Community Health Systems (CHS) that saw around 4.5 million patient records being leaked.
Security vendor TrustedSec claimed yesterday that the "Heartbleed" in the open source cryptographic library was to blame for the data breach.
In the next two weeks, Abe Storey is aiming to launch his latest startup, an email product called Lock Up Mail.
He’s on a self-imposed time crunch, because after that, he’s starting his junior year of high school. “In its most simple form, locked Up Mail is two things. One, it’s super secure email. The other is a new authentication system,” Storey told Business Insider.