A Bad Facebook Review Leads To Racial Slurs Toward A Texas Army VetA local U.S. Army veteran is left speechless when she was called the “n-word” after she complained about her apartment complex on its Facebook page.
Officials Think Anger Over Dog Shooting Video Led To Cyber AttacksA North Texas city is under cyber assault. Officials in Cleburne think video of a police officer shooting a dog is the reason employees have had to launch a non-stop effort to keep their computer systems up and running.
Company Says It's Created Digital Fingerprint For Online PhotosWe've learned recently from celebrities that you don't have to email, text or post photos online to have them stolen. But a Collin County company is promoting a way to make photos harder to steal.
Source: Thieves Hacked Into 1K StubHub AccountsA law enforcement official and online marketplace StubHub say cyber thieves got into more than 1,000 customers' accounts and fraudulently bought tickets for events.
Man Accused Of Hacking Texas County WebsiteFederal authorities have arrested a man they say is linked to the hacker collective Anonymous and who allegedly broke into a South Texas county Web site.
Dallas “Anonymous Hacktivist” Declared Competent For TrialA Dallas man with ties to the hacking group Anonymous has been declared mentally competent to stand trial as he faces three separate federal indictments.
Dallas Man Linked To Anonymous Hacking Group ArrestedA Dallas man linked to the worldwide hacking group Anonymous has been detained by the FBI over accusations that he threatened a federal agent.
Study Looks At "25 Worst Passwords" Of The YearPASSWORD is not a good computer password. And for heaven’s sake, don’t swap it out for 123456! A new study looks at the 25 worst passwords of the year.
Texas Police Website Shuts Down After Apparent HackingThe head of a Texas law enforcement group whose website was apparently taken over by hackers said Friday that the association has taken the site down to evaluate its security.
Study: Risky Online Behavior CommonBig companies such as Citigroup and Sony have been the targets of major hacking attacks. Yet a new survey finds that regular people are also prime and often unsuspecting targets.