Watch this video to find out how the internet can be used by stalkers, and how the risks have increased because of new technology.
It takes some nerdiness and a lot of nerve to pull off a bank heist like this.
Hackers planted a device inside the bank to record staff keypresses, and screen activity, helping them to steal password information.
Technology is causing the level of stalking to increase, with sometimes horrific results.
Jennifer Perry describes the different types of stalkers, and how they use modern technology to spy upon their innocent victims.
Hackers are alleged to have planted a hardware device in a bank, with the intention of stealing millions of pounds.
But to pull off such a plot, they would need to have had someone physically access the targeted computer. Learn more about the scheme, and how companies can best prevent similar attacks happening to them.
Japanese boffins think they might have found an imaginative way to stop malware stealing your passwords as you enter them online.
But will it really work?
Security researchers at Mandiant have published a lengthy report, which appears to track a notorious hacking gang right to the door of a building belonging to the People’s Liberation Army of China.
John McAfee claims he gave Belize officials cheap laptops that had been deliberately pre-infected with keylogging spyware, and ran a team of 23 women to seduce and spy on his intended targets.
After further analysis, more information has emerged about the Morcut Mac OS X malware which was discovered this week.
It’s jail for a 21-year-old Californian man who tricked female victims into taking their spyware-infected laptops into the shower with them.
Thousands of secretly-taken still images and videos were found on Trevor Harwell’s computer.
Scotland Yard has arrested a tabloid journalist as part of their investigation into computer hacking.
Iranian authorities claim to have discovered another targeted cyberattack against the country – the Flamer worm (also known as Flame).
A British man who spread a spyware Trojan horse posing as a patch for the popular video game “Call of Duty”, has ended up with an 18 month jail sentence.
Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is suing a former editor of the disgraced News of the World newspaper in a case involving hacked emails.
For almost a decade, telecoms firm Nortel Networks was repeatedly breached by hackers, claims the Wall Street Journal.
UK police have warned a former British Cabinet minister that they are investigating evidence that his computer was hacked by private detectives working for Rupert Murdoch’s News International organisation and the disgraced “News of the World” newspaper.