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US and Allies Accuse China of Being Behind Microsoft Hack
The US and its allies have accused China of exploiting a Microsoft vulnerability before it could be patched....
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Hackers Access 150,000 Security Cameras: Tesla, Hospitals and Prisons Exposed
A groups of hackers has gained access to roughly 150,000 Verkada security cameras, exposing a slew of customer live feeds....
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SolarWinds Attack More Widespread, 30% Of Victims Did Not Use Software
A troubling detail has come to light as part of the SolarWinds investigation, namely that 30% of victims didn’t use the software in question....
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SolarWinds Hack Was Supply Chain Attack, Says Datadog CEO
Datadog CEO Olivier Pomel discusses how the SolarWinds hack signals an increased focus by hackers to target software earlier in its development....
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Security Firm FireEye Details Hack, State-Sponsored Attack
Security firm FireEye is the latest victim of a cyberattack, and likely the victim of a state-sponsored attack....
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Twitter Updates Two-Factor Authentication to Secure Accounts
Twitter has updated its two-factor authentication, making it easier for users to secure accounts....
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Robinhood In Hot Water Again Over Hacked Accounts
Robinhood has been in the news again, and not the way it wants, as some 2,000 accounts have been hacked....
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Capital One Fined $80 Million For Security Negligence
Capital One has been fined some $80 million by the government for failing to adequately protect consumer data....
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Sony Announces $50,000 PlayStation Bug Bounty
Sony has announced it will pay significant bug bounties for PlayStation 4 bugs....
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Amazon and Ring Sued In Federal Court Over Failure to Secure Cameras
TMZ is reporting that Ring and its parent company, Amazon, are being sued in federal court in California, claiming they have failed to protect users. ...
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ToTok Removed From Apple and Google Stores Amid Claims It’s a Government Spying App
ToTok was released only months ago and has climbed the charts to become one of the most popular messaging apps in Britain, India, Saudi Arabia and Swe...
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Ring Users Should Update Their Passwords In the Wake of Multiple Hacks
In the wake of multiple hacking incidents, Ring is recommending users change their passwords, while at the same time reassuring users the company has ...
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TrueDialog Database With Tens of Millions of Texts Left Exposed Online
According to researchers at privacy firm vpnMentor, millions of Americans’ data is at risk following the discovery of a breached database belonging ...
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General Says Chinese Hacking of IBM or the Air Force is Essentially the Same
Retired Maj. Gen. Robert Scales says that we are already starting to see the manifestation of this hacking in the weapons they are deploying as we spe...
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Chinese People’s Liberation Army Implanted Malicious Microchips on Computer Servers Bound for U.S. Companies
An explosive Bloomberg Businessweek report details how China was able to pull off the most significant supply chain attack ever against American compa...
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Hard Rock Las Vegas Credit Card Data Scraped
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas discovered a major breach of their credit card processing data with card scraping malware placed on its...
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Russian Gov Hackers Were Stealing Info From Dems For Over A Year
The Washington Post is reporting that Russian government hackers penetrated DNC computers over a year ago and have everything including all email and ...
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Ashley Madison Offers Reward As Outed Cheaters Search For Relief
Ashley Madison isn’t going to take this lying down. Avid Life Media, the Canadian company that owns Ashley Madison, is offering $500,000 to anyo...
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Ashley Madison Hack Might Have National Security Repercussions?
The Ashley Madison hack could have repercussions that go far beyond the basic questions of security and privacy. While the breach of the company’...
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Katherine Archuleta Thrown Under the Bus as Old Government Software Hacked Again
Katherine Archuleta, Director of the Office of Personnel Management, has stepped down from her position in the wake of two major security breaches las...
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