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Nearly 1 in 3 Singaporean holiday-goers encountered scams when booking trips online – and travel deals to Taiwan are the riskiest

Other popular holiday destinations targeted by fraudsters include London, Bali, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke.

Hackers stole unreleased Radiohead recordings and threatened to release them unless the band paid $150,000, so the band released the recordings instea...

Radiohead made the hackers' ransom worthless by putting the recordings that were "never meant for public consumption" online for anyone to buy.

There’s a wildly popular conspiracy theory that Facebook listens to your private phone calls, and no matter what the tech giant says people just...

There's a belief that Facebook is listening through your phone and then serving ads based on your life. But evidence suggests this is not true.

An insider reveals how the nasty spyware used in the WhatsApp breach lets governments secretly access everything in your smartphone, from text message...

Over 1.5 billion WhatsApp users were exposed to a major security flaw that enabled hackers to take over smartphones simply by calling them.

Apple, Microsoft, and Google are all releasing fixes for ZombieLoad, a scary security flaw in Intel chips that researchers just discovered

The bad news is that the latest security hole discovered in Intel's processors is bad. The good news is that vendors have patches available now.

Meet the shadowy security firm from Israel whose technology is believed to be at the heart of the massive WhatsApp hack

The NSO Group's Pegasus software is believed to be at the heart of a major new spyware attack that affects billions of people.
An FBI wanted poster for Wang Fujie (left) and an unnamed man (right), both charged with hacking the US heath care company Anthem.

DOJ charges Chinese man over ‘one of the worst data breaches in history’ which took 79 million people’s personal data from Anthem he...

Prosecutors say Chinese national Wang Fujie used "spearphishing" emails which opened a "backdoor" to Anthem's servers.
A North Korean student using a computer at Kim Il Sung University.

Computers in North Korea run on look-alike Mac software called ‘Red Star 3.0’ — here’s what it’s like to use

What it's like to use "Red Star 3," North Korea's little-known computer software that looks a lot like earlier versions of Apple's MacOS software.

At least 90 people scammed into sending gift cards to their ‘friends’ over WhatsApp

Victims would first receive a message from a friend saying that their WhatsApp account had been compromised.
Saks Fifth Avenue confirmed it had been the victim of a data breach last April.

If you bought anything from these 11 companies in the last year, your data may have been stolen

Data breaches continue to be a threat. In the last year, at least 11 consumer companies reported that customer information was made vulnerable.