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The US National Institute for Standards and Technology wants enterprises to move towards biometrics instead.
WikiLeaks stresses it did not directly publish the information - it only linked to it.
Avast shows how easily Republican National Convention delegates could be hacked on public Wi-Fi.
The group previously hacked online accounts of Mark Zuckerberg and Sundar Pichai.
Spammers, pretending to promote online dating safety, bait Tinder users by offering fake account 'verification'
Experts maintain Russian hacking groups were intimately involved.
The No More Ransom campaign is aimed at helping ransomware victims recover data for free.
Personal data including names, phone numbers, date of birth, emails and passwords listed for sale.
The social networking service fixed the issue after WikiLeaks took to Twitter to castigate Facebook for censoring content.
Ghost Security Group says hacking groups not accredited by Isis are spreading fake information online.
Adult website's private user details and browsing habits found by white-hat security researchers.
Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is looking for a security engineer to help improve her cybersecurity.
Yahoo's 'auto-save' feature saves a copy of emails even after they have been deleted from Trash and Draft.
Researchers uncovered over 100 malicious computers actively spying on Tor-masked Dark Web sites.
An anonymous hacker said the assault was carried out by exploiting a known weakness in the forum's software.