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Tagged With Hackers

Britain's cybersecurity chief: Russia tried to hack UK media, telecoms, and energy

There are 1.9 billion stolen passwords and usernames available on the black market, and up to 25% of them will still work on a Google account

What a cyberwar with North Korea could look like, according to a cybersecurity expert

Hackers can gain access to your computer monitor -- a cybersecurity expert shows us how easy it is

One chart shows how careless young Americans are with online passwords

Forget stealing data --  these hackers broke into Amazon's cloud to mine bitcoin

Cisco sends its employees fake phishing emails to train them not to click on malicious links

Other web service data breaches pale in comparison to the 3-billion user Yahoo hack

Top Trump confidant points to dubious report to justify conversation with Russian cyber spy

Google security chief says 'I delete all the love letters from my husband' because of hackers

The Equifax breach proves destructive cyberattacks are only going to get worse

143 million Americans may have had their personal information exposed in the Equifax hack

Hacker group claims it breached Sony's PlayStation Network and stole information

'Game of Thrones' episode leaks are wreaking havoc on gambling sites that let people bet on the show

Hackers showed us how easy it is to secretly clone a security badge

Until recently, a hacker could have gotten into your old Myspace account with just three easy-to-find things about you

Russian hackers reportedly discussed how to steal Clinton's emails and transfer them to Michael Flynn

A hacker reveals the most secure thing you can do to your passwords

Hackers and governments can see you through your phone's camera -- here's how to protect yourself

A long-overlooked player is emerging as a key figure in the Trump-Russia investigation