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Tagged With Hacking

Insider Inc. held its second-ever hackathon -- these are some of the top ideas our tech teams came up with


Looking to buy some stolen credit card numbers? Just head to Facebook


Cryptocurrency Tether, hit by a $31 million hack, calls criticism 'uninformed and baseless'



REPORT: Chinese hackers are looking for company secrets in Australian law firms


Russia practiced electronic warfare on its own troops during a massive military exercise this year


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


The NHS has huge security issues and needs to 'get their act together' after the WannaCry attack


There's a new ransomware attack called 'Bad Rabbit' spreading in Europe


Security flaws in child smartwatches mean hackers can use them to spy on kids' locations


There is a 'devastating' security flaw in wi-fi, and you're likely at risk


A 'ridiculous mistake' gave North Korea access to the US and South Korea's secret war plans



Australian cybersecurity officials have revealed a contractor involved in the JSF F-35 was hacked


The mini $80 Super Nintendo has already been hacked to play hundreds of games


Troops in Europe are jumping in lakes and wrapping their phones in condoms to thwart Russian hackers


Yahoo now says 3 billion accounts were stolen in the biggest hack ever --  here's what you should do



Traders refuse to let Equifax off the hook


Zuckerberg reportedly downplayed Obama's warning about the threat of fake news last November


Equifax mistakenly told US consumers worried about its data breach to go to a spoof site


The Feds are looking into some suspicious Equifax trades