The Syrian Electronic Army, which is basically the cyber branch of Assad in Syria, has managed to hack the Financial Times.
Google is warning that users are at risk of phishing attacks after Turkish Certificate Authority TurkTrust mistakenly issued the wrong type of certificate to two organizations.
If you're running a security conference that you advertise as the 'biggest and best' of its kind, it's a little embarrassing when your delegates start receiving phishing messages.
Some people ignore the very existence of their spam folder; others, though, have a check-through every now and again to see if they've missed anything vital.
Microsoft, Google, Facebook, PayPal and others have announced a new joint effort to combat spam and phishing.
A plausible phishing scam is making the rounds, aimed at Apple customers, particularly those who have just received a gadget for Christmas.
Beijing has adamantly denied it was involved in accessing hundreds of Gmail accounts belonging to senior U.S. officials, journalists, military personnel and political activists.
Facebook says it's repaired a security vulnerability discovered by a pair of doctoral students at Indiana University.
McDonalds customers may face something a lot nastier than greasy food, with the company warning that a hacker has gathered thousands of customer details.
A seemingly innocuous Android app that let users change their phone's wallpaper has actually been stealing private user information and may have been downloaded millions of times.
Cybercriminals have reportedly increased their effectiveness by launching "multi-stage" attacks that combine messaging with other Web activities.
Gamers beware - you're 50 percent more likely to suffer spam and phishing attacks than other social network users.
There's a new phishing scam targeting Facebook users, potentially giving the scammers access to all of a user's usernames and passwords.
Well, you can't say there isn't a need for it. After scam after scam, Twitter is introducing a service to foil the phishers.
It's always pleasant to get a sexy message from your heart-throb, and Twitter followers of British energy minister Ed Milliband had a nice surprise this morning.