A study released by the The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) during their National Leadership Summit in Washington describes how over a one-year period, over 4 million anti-semitic tweets were shared or reshared over Twitter. These tweets were sent from approximately 3 million Twitter accounts.
Following an internal audit, Twitter admitted today that due to a bug in its password storage mechanism it accidentally logged some users' passwords in internal logs.
Twitter has banned Kaspersky Lab from advertising on its platform citing the company's alleged ties with Russian intelligence agencies.
In the span of three days, news broke that high-ranking security at executives at three of the Internet's most important tech firms —Google, Facebook, and Twitter— announced plans to leave their respective companies.
Online scammers have made over $5,000 worth of Ethereum in one night alone, showing how gullible some cryptocurrency users can be.
Starting today, Twitter has begun to enforce portions of their updated rules that deal with hate groups and those who promote violent speech against certain groups of people. This enforcement has come to be known as the "Twitter Purge" as many far-right Twitter users and organizations expect to have their account banned.
A rogue Twitter employee deleted President Trump's personal Twitter account on his last day as a customer support rep for the social network.
A Twitter user by the name @EugenePupov is trying to take credit for the massive phishing attack that hit Gmail users last night, but currently available evidence isn't lining up with his statements.
A Russian malware author is using codified tweets to start and stop DDoS attacks against desired targets. The DDoS attacks are launched from the computers of infected users using a peculiar piece of malware, which the attacker is spreading via a booby-trapped file named "driversUpdate.exe."
A quick round-up of various stories going on in tech right now
The Turkish-Dutch political conflict has spewed into cyberspace during the past few days as Turkish hackers have defaced hundreds of websites and Twitter accounts with political messages and pictures of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.