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A professional hacker reveals why so many companies are falling victim to data breaches, and the one thing every company should do to avoid getting ha...
Companies need to better scan and secure servers being used to store sensitive information, says a professional white-hat hacker.
A cybersecurity expert says you can take these steps to make sure your accounts aren’t ‘low-hanging fruit’ for hackers
Most cyber-attacks target people who haven't taken basic precautions to secure their accounts, making them vulnerable to potential hackers.
A cybersecurity expert describes the underground hacker network where stolen usernames and passwords are ‘traded like Pokémon cards’
Hackers use secret networks to aggregate and trade millions of stolen login credentials and passwords, according to a cybersecurity expert.
Santiago Lopez, 19, lives in Argentina with his parents. Nathaniel Wakelam, 24, lives in Thailand and works for a security consultancy.
Both airlines assured customers they did not store payment details on their servers.
What we know about how Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey’s account was hacked, and the group called ‘Chuckling Squad’ who is claiming responsi...
The same hackers who have been targeting YouTubers appear to have taken over Jack Dorsey's account, seemingly with the text-based system Cloudhopper.
Trump says it ‘shouldn’t be too bad’ if someone hacks his Twitter account because ‘they’re not going to learn too much...
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey's account was hacked on Friday, immediately prompting questions about how secure Trump's account might be.
It took Twitter longer to secure Jack Dorsey’s account from hackers than it would for a nuclear missile to travel around the world — and t...
It took Twitter one hour and 36 minutes to pronounce its CEO's account "secure." Imagine what could happen in that time if someone hacked Trump's account.
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.