The next person to hack your company could be anyone – if they’re willing to pay

Forget Anonymous, or even a high-profile hacker like Weev, famous for exposing a loophole at U.S. mobile giant AT&T. The next hacker eyeing your company as a potential way to cash in could

Published on: July 3rd, 2013 Candice So

Top 7 ways to secure your Web site

Pleasing customers is a top priority for business owners, and building trust is a large part of that. When an e-commerce Web site gets hacked or compromised, customers are at risk of identity

Published on: March 31st, 2013 Sean Forkan

Startup TO – Interview with AngelHack Toronto Organizer JJ Beh

  AngelHack, the hottest buzz in travelling hackathons/incubators, just wrapped up its latest event this past week in Toronto on December 1-2.   With 11 city stops in total, AngelHack’s last destination was Sunny Los

Published on: December 6th, 2012 Ashley Huffman

Using Charles Dickens to crack your LinkedIn password

Kevin Young, a computer security expert who studies passwords, is nearly at a loss for words. Literally.Young and his colleagues are working to decode some 2.6 million scrambled LinkedIn passwords, part of a

Published on: June 8th, 2012 Jeremy Kirk

6.5 million LinkedIn passwords hacked

LinkedIn users have been advised to change their passwords immediately after an unconfirmed report claimed that millions of 'unsalted' hashed passwords have turned up on a Russian hacker Web site.According to the Norwegian

Published on: June 7th, 2012 John E. Dunn

Phishers set up shop in legit Canadian sites

 Are you sure you're the only business using your Web site?A recent report by security company Websense Inc. indicates that a number of legitimate business sites in the country may be unwittingly hosting

Published on: May 9th, 2012 Nestor Arellano

Religious Web sites top ‘most dangerous’ list

Have you been warning employees to stay clear of adult sites because they're laden with malware?Symantec Corp. suggests you might want to serve equal warning about Web sites in the opposite site of

Published on: April 30th, 2012 Nestor Arellano

Demand for Raspberry Pi brings down sites

Demand for the Raspberry Pi, a low-cost PC developed in part by students and researchers at Seneca College in Toronto has overwhelmed the site's ordering system for the bare-bones computer.“We've temporarily changed to

Published on: February 29th, 2012 Nestor Arellano

China-based hackers hit Bay Street law firms

The Toronto offices of several Canadian law firms handling a $40 billion potash deal were targeted by hackers believed to be based in China, according to a report by Bloomberg Businessweek. The report

Published on: February 3rd, 2012 ITBusiness Staff

HTC scrambles to fix Android WiFi flaw

Some users of HTC Android phones will have to wait until next week to get a fix for a problem that could leak credentials used to gain access to Wi-Fi networks, including corporate

Published on: February 3rd, 2012 Tim Greene and Jared Newman

Alleged PlayBook hack leading RIM to fork in the road?

by Nestor E. Arellano As if the ignominy of having to slash the price of its first tablet device where not enough, Research In Motion it appears now has to investigate reports that

Published on: December 1st, 2011 Nestor Arellano

Bake privacy into NFC chips now, Privacy commissioner says

Tap ‘n go technology, also known as near field communications (NFC) is well on its way to ubiquity within the next five years. However, the convenience and benefits promised by applications such as

Published on: November 29th, 2011 Nestor Arellano

Long distance toll fraud on the rise: complaints commissioner

Canada's Commissioner for Complaints for Telecommunications Services (CCTS) yesterday urged small and medium sized businesses to monitor their private branch exchange (PBXs) for suspicious activities following a resurgence of complaints about long distance

Published on: November 7th, 2011 Nestor Arellano

More hackers hijacking email, Facebook accounts

More hackers are hijacking email and Facebook accounts but almost a quarter of their victims are doing nothing to prevent falling prey again, a new global study says. The amount of spam sent

Published on: October 24th, 2011 Christine Wong