Entries in 'security' (56)
Government monitoring of internet data presents an “advanced persistent threat” according to a new pro-consumer blog from Microsoft.
One of the most influential video games forums on the internet has suffered a security breach.
Riot Games' world-dominating online battling game League of Legends has suffered a security breach that has exposed some users credit card information.
Riot Games has confirmed the League of Legends servers have been hacked, exposing the account data of some of its North American customers.
A disabled internet user has begun a campaign that will attempt to rid the internet of CAPTCHA.
Crysis developer Crytek has warned users that their personal details may have been accessed in a website breach.
Any attempt by the US government to use Xbox One’s Kinect camera to spy on the public would be resisted.
Attendees Amsterdam’s Black Hat security conference have discovered a security vulnerability in EA’s Origin client.
Microsoft has this morning been hit by a security breach of its Xbox Entertainment Awards 2013 service.
The creators of Megaupload have vowed that its replacement will effectively be bullet proof.
In what can only be described as a victory for consumers, Ubisoft has scrapped its controversial always-on DRM for PC games.
AntiSec, one of the many internet hacking communities, has claimed that it has obtained the UDIDs and user details of 12m Apple users.
Disney has revealed an online ad safety campaign focused around its popular Club Penguin virtual world game.
Big Brother is watching. Specifically, he’s watching what you’re doing on your consoles.
Sony DADC is building an ‘enhanced’ distribution centre in Enfield after the original was burnt down during the London riots last year.
Sony’s security boss and former US military man Brett Wahlin says protecting PSN is similar to the Cold War.
EA is cracking down on scammers with an update for FIFA 12 which includes new security and game features.
We think that’s the message Microsoft is trying to send in releasing an extensive statement that effectively reiterates what it has said many times before – Xbox Live has not, ...
For the second time this year Microsoft has been forced to issue a statement insisting that Xbox Live is safe.
“There has been no breach to the security of our Xbox Live service.”
A month and a half on from Microsoft’s assurances that hackers are not accessing Xbox Live customer details, fresh evidence has appeared suggesting that a problem persists.
Xbox 360 platform holder Microsoft has responded to the latest claims from UK newspaper The Sun, insisting for a second time that Xbox Live has most certainly not been hacked.