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Chinese Hackers Accessed Emails From Various Companies Due to Microsoft Exchange Server Failure
The Microsoft company warned that the hackers found weaknesses in the messaging system for companies: They managed to enter email accounts and contacts, and installed malware.
How to Prevent Your WhatsApp Account From Being Stolen
They are alerted about cyberattacks to your WhatsApp account, with a simple message and without any kind of complex hacking, it is easy for them to remove it.
5 Signs of a Smartphone Hack (and How to Protect Yourself)
Cyberattacks have exploded this year, and your mobile device is not exempt from being targeted.
Your Tesla Can Be Stolen in a Matter of Minutes Due to Certain Flaws in Your System
A hacker could breach the electric vehicle in just a few minutes, with the necessary knowledge and equipment, according to Lennert Wouters.
Hackers Violate iPhone 11 Pro With iOS 14 in 10 Seconds
In China, there are cyber-hacking contests to find the flaws of devices or applications.
5 Types of Business Data Hackers Can't Wait to Get Their Hands On
Take steps today to upgrade your data protection. Your company's future just might depend on it.
Login Credentials for Over 500,000 Zoom Accounts on Sale Via the Dark Web
The seller likely obtained the Zoom login credentials by exploiting past data breaches, which contain email addresses alongside previously used passwords, according to security firm Cyble.
FBI: Watch Out for 'Zoom-Bombings' on Online Video Meeting Apps
The FBI's Boston field office issued the warning after hijackers infiltrated two school-held Zoom sessions to harass a teacher and display the swastika sign.
Hackers Just Attacked US Health Agency to Slow COVID-19 Response
The US Department of Health and Human Services was reportedly hit with a cyberattack Sunday night, Bloomberg first reported, but there's no evidence the hackers were successful.
Researchers Can 'Steal Data' By Tracking a PC Monitor's Brightness
No network connection required.
Hacking of Jeff Bezos' Phone is Tied to Saudi Prince, Reports 'The Financial Times'
The stunning allegation reportedly comes from a forensic analysis Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos commissioned to determine the culprit behind the hack, which resulted in his private photos ending up in the hands of the 'National Enquirer.'