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Anti-email startup Slack got hacked
Slack got hacked, exposing usernames, email, phone numbers and encrypted passwords.
Credit card of the future could stop fraud
This credit card has a battery, chip and screen to display a dynamic CVV code. The point? Stopping fraudsters.
Target will pay hack victims $10 million
Target has agreed to pay $10 million as part of a settlement of a class-action lawsuit filed in the wake of a 2013 data breach that affected up to 110 million customers.
Premera health insurance hack hits 11 million people
Hackers broke into Premera, exposing sensitive personal information on 11 million people.
FBI lets suspects go to protect 'Stingray' secrets
Police are so secretive about using Stingrays -- spoof cell phone towers -- that they'd rather drop criminal charges than say anything the devices.
Ex-NSA director: China has hacked 'every major corporation' in U.S.
Mike McConnell, the ex-NSA director, says Chinese hackers "have penetrated every major corporation of any consequence in the United States and taken information."
Want to be a CIA spy? Be careful on Facebook.
Take these tips from the top CIA recruiter. For your sake, just be discreet.
The tough task of going through Hillary's emails
The way Hillary Clinton handed over her State Department emails is less transparent and more expensive than it should have been.
Why was your credit card number stolen? Retailers are lazy.
A new Verizon report shows that very few retailers comply with payment card industry security standards. Why are those important? Every breached company wasn't PCI-compliant.
Java now loads annoying adware on Macs
Beware, Mac users. The latest Java update from Oracle sneaks bloatware from Ask.com into your Web browsers.
The disturbing consequences of ultra-connectivity
It's time to get serious about creating global rules and standards to protect our rights and privacy, or else ultra-connectivity may be our downfall.
Iran hacked an American casino, U.S. says
The top U.S. intelligence official says Iran hacked the casino giant Sands Las Vegas last year.
Thieves use stolen credit cards on Apple Pay - report
Thieves are using stolen credit card data to make bogus purchases on Apple Pay, Apple's mobile payment system.
Tech firms freak out as China erects barriers
Western companies are starting to freak out about moves by China that could block them from swathes of its huge technology market.
SIM cards hacked by U.S. and U.K. spies - report
American and British spies reportedly hacked the world's biggest SIM card maker, sparking a new privacy scare for cellphone users around the world.
Lenovo slipped 'Superfish' malware into laptops
If you got a Lenovo laptop in recent months, it came with factory-installed malware that gave you ads. It also made you less safe online.
Super-sneaky malware found in companies worldwide
A shadowy hacking group has infected computers at companies, universities and governments worldwide with the sneakiest malware ever -- and signs point to the NSA.
Hackers stole from 100 banks and rigged ATMs to spew cash
Hackers have stolen approximately $1 billion in what could be one of the largest bank heists ever, according to a new report from the Internet security firm Kaspersky Lab.
Tim Cook: Privacy is a matter of 'life and death'
Tim Cook defended Apple's commitment to privacy at a White House cybersecurity summit on Friday.
Microsoft fixes a serious 15-year-old bug
The Jasbug is a 15-year-old computer flaw in Windows that exposed you to hackers. Microsoft just fixed it.
Hackers are stealing your tax refund
When hackers steal your Social Security number, they sell it to fraudsters who then claim your tax refund. It's a $5 billion underground business.
Hundreds of ISIS social media accounts shut down
Hundreds of social media accounts apparently linked to terrorist group ISIS have been shut down. Hacking group Anonymous claimed responsibility.
Automakers don't protect you enough from car hackers, senator says
Car hacking is a real threat. Now a report from Senator Markey shows "an alarmingly inconsistent and incomplete state of industry security and privacy practices" by all of the world's largest car makers.
Your Samsung TV is listening to your private conversations
Samsung's SmartTVs are transmitting your voice commands to a third party.
Anthem hacked, Wall Street shrugs
The data breach at health insurer Anthem is scary for consumers. Yet its stock barely budged. Companies who've been hacked don't tend to get punished by investors. But cybersecurity stocks surge.
Bitcoin fallacy led to Silk Road founder's conviction
The Silk Road trial showed that Bitcoin is not anonymous. And it's proof of how electronic money is perfectly traceable.
Why should we trust the Sony PlayStation Network ever again?
The Sony PlayStation Network went down yet again, this time during the Super Bowl. Why won't Sony fix this already?
The cost of doing business in China
China has new rules for foreign tech firms: become a spy tool and give up your highly-guarded computer source code.
LA police chief claims Google's traffic app endangers cops
Is the Waze app really that dangerous to police? Not really. They're operating in public anyway: in uniform and in marked police cars.
Facebook blocks pages insulting Mohammed
Facebook gets court orders from Turkey to block pages depicting Mohammed, the Muslim prophet.
No, you can't fly drones over the White House
It's illegal to fly drones into the White House property -- in case it's not already obvious.
To avoid Sony's fate, play war games
PwC has developed a computer game to simulate how hackers attack a company. It's called Game of Threats, and it's actually pretty neat.
Obamacare website reins in personal data sharing
Healthcare.gov was secretly sharing information that let marketers know if you smoked. It has since stopped.
AT&T texts can be faked to hack you
AT&T alerts don't look legitimate enough. It's too easy to make fake AT&T alerts to scam you.
Sony: Hack so bad, our computers still don't work
Sony has been forced to delay its quarterly earnings report as the company struggles to repair computer systems that were damaged in a cyberattack ahead of its release of "The Interview."
Obamacare site tells marketers you smoke
Healthcare.gov is relaying your personal information to online advertisers and other private companies. They're seeing your zip code, income level, pregnancy status and whether or not you smoke.
Hackers tweet 'I am not Charlie' from French newspaper account
Hackers forced their way into the Twitter account of France's "Le Monde" newspaper on Wednesday and posted "Je ne suis pas Charlie."
Software can't replace mass spying
Special targeted software cannot replace the U.S. government's ongoing bulk collection of private records, a presidential committee has found.
Hacked news companies tweet Chinese fired on U.S. warship
No, China did not just attack the United States. Two major news accounts on Twitter were sending out fake news.
Meet the vigilante who hacks jihadists
Jester, hacker, soldier, spy. This is what an online vigilante looks like.
19,000 French websites under attack
In the wake of the Charlie Hebdo massacre, hackers are attacking 19,000 French military and civilian websites.
Apple's new security feature not good enough
If you enable Apple two-step verification, your iCloud account is protected. Your iMessages are not.
David Cameron: iMessage should be banned
British Prime Minister David Cameron said that the U.K. government must be able to access people's messaging data.
Obama puts hacked company on notice
President Obama on Monday is expected to demand better privacy for students and quicker confessions from companies that lose your data.
Anonymous blocks jihadist website
Anonymous hackers claim to have blocked a jihadist website and posted Twitter handles they say belong to terrorists.
Anonymous declares war over Charlie Hebdo attack
Anonymous declared war on Islamic extremists Friday and promised to take revenge for the attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hedbo.
Amazon data center on fire in Virginia
A large fire lit up the roof of an Amazon data center that's still under construction in a Virginia suburb outside Washington, D.C.
Super cookies track you in privacy mode
Advertisers have found a way to track your online browsing even when in a browser's "privacy mode."
Visit HuffPo? You might have a virus
Huffington Post and several major websites were hit with malvertising. They displayed malware-laced advertisements that infected readers.
Spent bitcoins? Expect a tax headache
Did you experiment with the digital currency Bitcoin last year? Get ready for some funky tax math.
Hackers down German government sites
Pro-Russian hackers have claimed responsibility for a major attack on German government websites.
Gogo plane Wi-Fi blocks YouTube
You can't stream YouTube videos while using in-flight Gogo Wi-Fi. But the way the company does it lets it spy on your Internet session.
Hackers steal $5 million in attack on European bitcoin exchange
Hackers have stolen about 19,000 bitcoin ($5.2 million) from Bitstamp accounts, prompting Europe's largest bitcoin exchange to suspend services.
Morgan Stanley leaks rich clients' info
Morgan Stanley says 900 of its über-rich clients had personal details exposed online by a bank employee.
Lizard Squad attacks Brian Krebs
Now that cybersecurity blogger Brian Krebs has outed members of Lizard Squad, the Internet trolls are after him.
Crippling hack forced Sony to use old BlackBerrys
The cyberattack on Sony was so crippling employees resorted to using a phone tree and old BlackBerrys to relay messages.
Hackers steal fingerprints from photos
Fingerprints can be hacked from photos, a German hacking group demonstrated.
PlayStation Network back up after a cyberattack
Sony said Sunday its PlayStation Network, or PSN, for online gaming is back after a multi-day outage on some of the busiest days of the year.
It's safe to watch 'The Interview' online
If you think hackers will hurt you for streaming "The Interview" on your computer, relax.
A peek into North Korea's Internet
So, North Korea's Internet went down. What is it like anyway? There are PlayStations, XBoxes and a MacBook.
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