computer security

Yahoo Delays Its Sale to Verizon Until the Second Quarter

Yahoo Delays Its Sale to Verizon Until the Second Quarter

Marissa Mayer, chief executive of Yahoo, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week.
Yahoo Delays Its Sale to Verizon Until the Second Quarter

Yahoo Delays Its Sale to Verizon Until the Second Quarter

Marissa Mayer, chief executive of Yahoo, at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, last week.
Ask The Times: ‘Where Does Cloud Storage Really Reside? And Is It Secure?’
Ask The Times: ‘Where Does Cloud Storage Really Reside? And Is It Secure?’
Brother and Sister Charged With Hacking Prominent Italians

Brother and Sister Charged With Hacking Prominent Italians

An Italian police investigation called Eye Pyramid led to the arrest of a brother and sister on charges of hacking into thousands of phones and computers.

Open Blog: HTTPS on NYTimes.com

We are thrilled to announce that we have begun to enable HTTPS on NYTimes.com, an effort that helps protect the privacy of our readers and ensures the authenticity of our content.
The Interpreter: Russian Hackers Find Ready Bullhorns in the Media

The Interpreter: Russian Hackers Find Ready Bullhorns in the Media

Julian Assange, founder of WikiLeaks, which was accused of helping Russia interfere with the United States presidential election by leaking hacked documents. Two web presences believed to be Russian

Tech Tip: Managing Your Passwords With a Web Browser

Most modern browsers include a tool to save your website passwords, but be aware of potential security risks.
Tech Tip: Managing Your Passwords With a Web Browser

Tech Tip: Managing Your Passwords With a Web Browser

Most modern browsers include a tool to save your website passwords, but be aware of potential security risks.
‘I Thought I Was Impervious to Scams’: Readers Denounce India’s Phone Swindlers

‘I Thought I Was Impervious to Scams’: Readers Denounce India’s Phone Swindlers

Pawan Poojary, 18, left, and Jayesh Dubey, 19, worked at a call center in Thane, a suburb of Mumbai, India, that targeted Americans.
How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

An internet security firm in Moscow. While much about Russia’s cyberwarfare program is shrouded in secrecy, details of the government’s effort to recruit programmers in the months before the American
How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

An internet security firm in Moscow. While much about Russia’s cyberwarfare program is shrouded in secrecy, details of the government’s effort to recruit programmers in the months before the American
How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

How Russia Recruited Elite Hackers for Its Cyberwar

An internet security firm in Moscow. While much about Russia’s cyberwarfare program is shrouded in secrecy, details of the government’s effort to recruit programmers in the months before the American
China’s Cybersecurity Efforts Could Pose New Challenge for Foreign Firms

China’s Cybersecurity Efforts Could Pose New Challenge for Foreign Firms

A letter of intent by the Cyberspace Administration of China details some of the next steps in enhancing already strict controls on digital activity in the country.
China’s Cybersecurity Efforts Could Pose New Challenge for Foreign Firms

China’s Cybersecurity Efforts Could Pose New Challenge for Foreign Firms

A letter of intent by the Cyberspace Administration of China details some of the next steps in enhancing already strict controls on digital activity in the country.

Tech Tip: How Does My Browser Recognize Malware?

The web is littered with phishing lures and malicious software aimed at infecting your computer, but modern browsers can stop some infections from spreading.