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The personal details of millions of job seekers have been stolen.
Gamers shouldn't brush off the latest hack that forced Sony to shut down its PlayStation Network.
Social networking sites are after me. It seems I must be a very much desired individual.
Expect a wave of spear-phishing e-mails looking for personal information and log-on credentials. This after Epsilon, an online marketing firm, was hacked. Thieves harvested millions of valid e-mail addresses.
US-CERT is warning of potential emails scams requesting donations for the Japan earthquake and tsunami.
The FDIC is warning banks about phishing emails being sent out informing recipients that the FDIC's deposit insurance for their accounts had been suspended because of Patriot Act violations.
The FBI is warning that mobile phones could be the next target of phishing scams.
Despite constant alerts and tips to avoid phishing scams and other viruses, Americans still expose themselves to harm.
Vehicular tire pressure monitors need cybersecurity too
Scientist claims to be the first human infected with a computer virus