Some big hacks made headlines in 2014…so what’s in store for cybercrime this year? Experts warn that hackers are getting more sophisticated and predict they’ll go after even bigger targets in 2015.
President Barack Obama said Friday that Sony “made a mistake” pulling a satirical film from theaters.
For the past few months CBS4 has been working with Hack Miami to reveal a side of hacking rarely seen. They showed us for less than $200 how they could hack practically any phone or laptop.
Journalists, coders and financial experts spent Saturday tracking “The Money Trail” across the Americas.
Millions of passwords, credit card numbers and other sensitive bits of information were exposed to hackers after a lapse in an internet security protocal.
Banks are racing to upgrade their ATMs before they become prime targets for hackers. It all has to do with Windows XP.
Did you get an email from Target alerting that your personal information may have been compromised?
The Fort Lauderdale Police Department put out a warning Wednesday regarding a suspected Internet scam.
The United States has been charged with launching a cyberattack against France — a claim the U.S. government has categorically denied.
GoDaddy.com became the latest website to possibly incur the wrath of the hacking group Anonymous Monday.