News and Articles About Hackers
Changes come as American business and government agencies face more intrusions and the threat of sensitive technology ending up in the wrong hands.
The hackers are said to have intercepted data and potentially gained access to passwords, iMessages, photos and contacts.
If our privacy is so important to us, why aren't we more skeptical of the services we give our information to?
Google researchers have uncovered a security bug in widely used web encryption technology that they say could allow hackers to take over several types of accounts.
A member of an anonymous information-sharing website claims to have hacked close to 7 million accounts.
Cyber sabotage has quickly become the 21st century's preferred form of international trade theft.
Experts are concerned that new industry technology could be susceptible to sinister cybercriminal activity.
'There are two kinds of big companies in the United States those who've been hacked by the Chinese, and those who don't know they've been hacked by the Chinese.'
Names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses were all compromised, making it one of the largest breaches in history.
In making vast troves of smartphone data only available to each device's owner, the FBI argues, a critical crime-solving tool has been compromised.
A new security flaw has been uncovered that could impact everything from your personal Mac computer to enormous company servers.
Approximately 216 Jimmy John's stores have been affected in the latest of a growing number of hacking incidents.
Home Depot's cyberattack put 56 million credit cards at risk, significantly more than Target's breach.
The vast record of information stored on Apple devices will only be available to users who possess a four-digit passcode.
The discreet methods of hackers make an incursion extremely hard to detect. Both large and small companies are at risk.
While Apple has taken security precautions, experts warn there are ways hackers can still get your data.
Turns out, the Target breach was just the tip of the iceberg.
He arrives at a precarious time for the company, which is still recovering from last year's massive data breach.
The country is following in the footsteps of Japan, Sweden and the United States, which have all sanctioned public tests for the burgeoning tech.
'We're hiring,' the company says of its new security outfit, which will work to maintain cybersecurity across the Internet going beyond Google's own workings on the web.
A drug trafficking case in which the government is demanding Microsoft hand over emails stored in a Dublin datacenter has called into question Fourth Amendment rights in a digital era.
The founder of the ultra popular messaging app says it was lucky the hack came at an early stage and the company is now working with the developer who hacked it.
The app that revolves around a one-syllable word starts off as a joke, brings in $1 million dollars in funding and then gets hacked. Only in Silicon Valley.
Popular social-media tool gets hit by hackers sending strange messages.
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