Entries in 'security' (18)
Valve’s powerhouse PC gaming platform Steam suffered a significant security breach on Christmas day.
Valve is launching a two-factor authentication Steam Guard Mobile Authenticator app to protect its users accounts against hackers.
Firefox developer Mozilla has announced that the latest version of the browser will block Flash by default.
Steam’s decision to rescind its OAuth authentication system earlier this year is harming PC developers.
Streaming video giant Twitch is forcing users to change their passwords after what was described as “unauthorised access to some Twitch user account information”.
The protection offered to those whose PlayStation Network accounts have been hacked has been called into question following the plight of one PS4 owner.
Chris Boyd, malware intelligence analyst at Malwarebytes, reveals the latest tactics being adopted by cyber criminals in their attempts to steal from gamers
Apple’s latest handset has been approved for sale in China, after government concerns that the iPhone would allow US agencies to track user data were quashed.
A failure in iCloud’s security system was not to blame for this week’s celebrity photo leak, Apple has claimed.
The Twitch accounts of PlayStation, Xbox and ESL were compromised overnight.
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.