Riley Reid’s phone and Twitter account were compromised Tuesday evening after malicious hackers took control of her phone number.
Industry vet Megan Stokes has launched Fanwire, described as a growth hack platform for content creators.
Yesterday’s hack of a large number of prominent Twitter accounts — which led to the company’s disabling of “blue checkmark” (i.e., verified) accounts for part of the day — also resulted in the unexpected confirmation of the practice known by users as “shadowbanning,” and by Twitter as “blacklisting.”
SexLikeReal.com has announced its uncovering of a hack that allows Sony’s PSVR headset to display vastly enhanced virtual reality video.
On Tuesday, 2018 XBIZ MILF Performer of the Year nominee Brandi Love lost her Twitter account to a hacker.
VRBangers.com has announced the release of a simple four-step tutorial detailing how users can enjoy VR porn viewing using Sony’s breakthrough PSVR visor.
Officials at Brazzers have acknowledged that 800,000 website accounts have been exposed in a data breach.
The FBI today notified the Free Speech Coalition that 25 adult sites have been hacked, allowing content to be stolen and uploaded to torrent sites.
Adult pros concerned over the recent hack of hookup site AshleyMadison.com sounded of to Reuters about the vulnerability of online porn.
Red Apple Media has issued a notice to its clients that its network has not been breached by the “Heartbleed” OpenSSL vulnerability.
Thousands of Twitter users were redirected to porn sites after the micro-blogging site was hacked today.
The FBI is investigating the son of a Tennessee state representative in connection with the hack of one of GOP vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin's email accounts.
The hack of GOP vice-presidential nominee Sarah Palin's email provides a lesson to computer users everywhere: common password protection isn't that great.
According to reports, adult video tube website RedTube.com was hacked last week by an “anti-porn” group calling themselves “Hacked Netdevilz.”
The ongoing investigation of hackers breaking into LexisNexis’ database may be tied to the theft of celebrity contact numbers and topless photos from the cellphone of Paris Hilton, an FBI spokesman said.
A federal judge last week dismissed charges against a Minnesota webmaster and his Florida-based server company, leaving unresolved the question of whether consumers can modify digital material they’ve already purchased.