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A Russian gang has stolen over one billion usernames and passwords.
Under current laws, COTD was within its rights not to inform customers of website hacking.
Secondhand smartphones possess some of their previous owners’ personal information.
Without virus protection you're leaving your computer's front door unlocked for viruses.
After a lawsuit in Europe, Google is complying with the “right to be forgotten” ruling. ...
A new CSIRO report warns that the dangers of cyber attacks are being greatly overlooked ...
A recent embarrassing hashtag ‘scandal’ gave Debbie’s friend a seriously red face.
Spam is a common, and often frustrating, side effect to having an email account.
A security flaw has been discovered which is affecting the Internet Explorer browser.
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