Tagged With Hacking

Hackers stole millions of Facebook users’ personal data — here’s why you should be worried


Hackers stole millions of Facebook users' highly sensitive data — and the FBI has asked it not to say who might be behind it


Here are all the types of personal info hackers stole from 29 million Facebook users, and why it's so frightening



The 21-year-old who built a robot lawyer to fight parking tickets has a new tool to help you automatically sue companies who get hacked


Facebook says it hasn't seen any evidence that the hackers used stolen keys to access users' Tinder, Spotify, or Instagram accounts


NATO leaders are worried about cyberattacks, but it's not clear they all agree on what that means



Facebook announced it got hacked and 50 million accounts were compromised. Here's how to tell if you were affected.


The Facebook hack affecting 50 million people also let the attackers access their Tinder, Spotify, and Instagram accounts


Congress is powerless to stop the most obvious way they could get hacked by foreign states


Hackers stole $60 million from a crypto exchange in Japan's second major bitcoin heist this year


Researchers showed how a Tesla Model S can be hacked and stolen in seconds using only $843 worth of equipment


The Pentagon is worried about getting jammed by Russia and China, so it's testing lasers to go off the grid



A 16-year-old managed to hack Apple, steal a whole bunch of secure files, and access customer accounts


How to hack an election, according to a former NSA hacker


The US Navy's top officer says defending against Russian jamming 'is an emerging part of our business'


Hundreds of inmates across Idaho's prisons hacked tablets in a mass scheme to steal more than $200,000



DNA-testing company 23andMe has signed a $300 million deal with a drug giant. Here's how to delete your data if that freaks you out.


Facebook won't say if it has evidence of Russian meddling in the upcoming 2018 US elections


Russian hackers infiltrated US power networks and had the ability to trigger massive blackouts


A desperate hacker tried selling US military files for $150 — only to find no one wanted them