Millions of Facebook users’ phone numbers exposed online
A password-less server exposed more than records on 419 million Facebook users.
Thousands of iPhones attacked just by visiting hacked websites
A report from Google confirms that thousands of iPhones were potentially infected with malware after visiting compromised websites in an unprecedented hacking effort.
The best and scariest hacks out of Def Con 2019
In addition to bluetooth butt plugs, Def Con hackers took on voting machines, iPhone cables and Google Home, among others for the 2019 convention.
How to protect yourself following the Capital One hack
More than 100 million Americans and 6 million Canadians were affected.
It’s time to secure your smart home
Make your smart home more secure with these six simple tips, including changing a few settings on your router and enabling a guest network. Here's how to do it.
Equifax might not give you that $125 (updated)
The credit reporting firm is finally paying for the 2017 hack that leaked millions of users' data.
Apple temporarily disables Apple Watch app that enabled eavesdropping
Apple says it doesn't believe the bug was exploited in the wild.
Financial service company left 885 million private records exposed online
Anyone with a link to a document could change one digit in the URL to view other files.
Tumblr security bug could have exposed users’ private data
Users' email addresses, passwords, and IP addresses were left vulnerable.
Why you need to worry about SIM swap attacks
Protect yourself before it's too late.
How hackers can use AI to hide their malware and target you
Hackers can use the same technology powering your appliances to create smart malware.
How to protect yourself from identity theft on the dark web
Here's everything you need to know about online identity theft.
Comcast fixes 2 security flaws that exposed personal customer data
An authentication feature revealed partial customer home addresses.
Here’s why Chrome is showing ‘not secure’ website warnings now
HTTP sites aren't secure, and Chrome wants you to know it.
Voting machine vendor admits to putting remote access software on U.S. systems
The company, Election Systems and Software, previously denied doing so.
Report: The NSA has secret spy hubs in major U.S. cities
Atlanta, Chicago, Seattle, and San Francisco all house NSA spy hubs.
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