Richard Neale hacked into the company's systems when he was working for security firm Esselar
Antivirus tycoon points to evocative language and "sources within the Dark Web"
Senior Avid Life Media employees, including CEO and CTO, flagged security concerns before hackers stole 37 million customers' data
The application detects whether an Android device is vulnerable to Stagefright
Kaspersky Lab is accused of trying to undermine its competition, but increased alertness may be a good thing
The card details of 90,000 customers may have been compromised
Tripwire discovers zero-day vulnerabilities in three popular smart home products
The bug converts URLs into IP addresses, hammering a server with traffic to bring it down
Malwarebytes uncovered the campaign after four days, and Yahoo has shut it down
Journalist reveals very first mass surveillance programme, Project Echelon
The high-security privacy smartphone links with Android despite latest flaw
The malware uses noise from social networks to spy on victims
TorrentLocker ransomware was distributed via emails claiming to be from the Home Office and Ministry of Justice
Lauri Love has been charged with breaking into systems of three US government agencies
Katherine Archuleta steps down to help department tackle data crisis
Watchdog says it is aware of hack that lost 13,000 people's emails
Judge cites young age of hacker, but others warn he is a "dangerous sociopath"
White House briefed President on outage, but stock exchange blames "internal technical issue"
Cyber criminals hack spy tool vendor to 'show it sold products to UN-embargoed Sudan'
French-made malware uncovered by ESET