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India, Brazil, China, Russia, South Africa and Australia were in the top 10 most targeted countries.
The hackers allegedly gained access to the Democratic National Committee's network and snagged emails, chat transcripts and a database of political info on the likely Republican presidential nominee.
A Russian hacker is selling a database that he claims contains data from 379 million Twitter accounts.
It looks like a LinkedIn data breach lead to the Facebook CEO's Twitter and Pinterest accounts being compromised.
Hack of Facebook CEO's Twitter and Pinterest accounts may be related to a massive hack of LinkedIn from 2012.
A Reuters report that cited dozens of cybersecurity incidents in the past few years at the US central bank has raised some eyebrows on the science, space and technology committee.
Laptops from five popular PC makers all contained security vulnerabilities right out of the box, according to an investigation by Duo Labs.
Your passwords suck. So Google is plotting ways to end passwords with other tests, and Microsoft won't even let you use a lame log-in.
The FBI's hacking method, which allowed agents to track the defendant as he allegedly perused the so-called Dark Web, leads a federal judge to exclude the very evidence that could lead to his conviction.
Instead of typing a password or PIN, Google's Project Abacus analyzes how you use your phone to automatically log you in.
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