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James Charles in the latest celebrity in a line of stars to voluntarily post their nude photos after being threatened by hackers
When James Charles was threatened with a nude photo leak by hackers, he posted it himself, and went viral. The act of defiance is becoming a trend.
A security firm says it has discovered a flaw in WhatsApp that would allow hackers to alter your messages
WhatsApp attackers could literally 'put words in [someone's] mouth,' security firm Check Point Research said in a press release on Wednesday.
A massive breach exposed the data of over 100 million Capital One customers, and the only way to find out if you’ve been affected is to check yo...
In the aftermath of the massive Capital One data breach, the company is only informing affected customers via postal mail.
The ex-Amazon employee accused of hacking into the 5th-largest credit-card company in the US posted about it online, the FBI says
The FBI agent Joel Martini laid out evidence in the criminal complaint that he said was found on GitHub, Slack, Meetup, and Twitter.
Crypto-attacks are rising in Asia – and cybersecurity AI may be the best way to fight the threat: Darktrace
According to Darktrace, AI may be the answer to safeguarding blockchain resources and pinpointing crypto-jacking problems before they erupt.
‘F— THE POLICE FREE DA GANG!!’: Hackers broke into the London police’s Twitter account and posted a series of strange and offe...
At around 11.15 p.m. local time (6.15 p.m. ET) messages started appearing on both the police force's Twitter account and its website.
The viral app that makes you look old with shocking precision may be quietly keeping all your data — but so is Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and ...
Sorry, folks, you've already given up all your data to major international corporations.
Some Logitech wireless mice and keyboards are vulnerable to a significant security flaw that the company first fixed three years ago
The old flaw was patched when it was discovered, but older accessories still in packaging couldn't receive the patch, and they're still being sold.
A security flaw found in WhatsApp and Telegram on Android lets hackers mess with your photos, payments, and voice notes
The issue relates to the way your phone automatically downloads files like photos or video from messaging apps.
7-Eleven Japan shut down a mobile payments app after only two days because hackers exploited a simple security flaw and customers lost over $500,000
The flaw, it seems, was that anybody could reset anybody else's password to 7pay, the 7-Eleven Japan mobile payments app.