News and Articles About Hacks
Russian hackers compromised voting software in 39 states during the 2016 presidential election, far more than originally thought, according to Bloomberg.
Here are the most feared repercussions of a data breach and how startups can prepare for the inevitable.
Be careful what you click on.
The Woerndle brothers spent a decade building their business and lost it in one day. Don't make the same mistake.
It replicates the ransomware's encryption key, but it will only work if you haven't rebooted your computer since it became infected.
The 'highly sophisticated' phishing campaign appears to have hit a number of journalists, along with individuals from other industries.
The company is investigating a report that data for payment cards used at Gamestop.com has shown up for sale online.
Pew Research Center released new data on Americans' knowledge of online safety.
Add that to the 1.5 billion accounts that have already been compromised.
Educate your staff in the ways of cybersecurity to avoid any potential data breaches.
What are you doing right now to make sure your hard work isn't taken down by some faceless hacker?
From Uber to GM, companies are willing to pay hackers big bucks for finding glitches in their systems.
Trump uses an insecure Android phone and his press secretary tweets passwords. What could possibly go wrong?
The Department of Defense rewarded individuals and groups who hacked into its servers.
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