New FBI Head In San Francisco Was Key Figure In iPhone HackSpecial Agent Jack Bennett was at the FBI's computer investigation lab when an outside company showed the bureau how it could hack into an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Yahoo, AT&T Users Report Trouble Changing Password After Security BreachAfter Yahoo announced it had suffered a massive security breach, some Yahoo customers say they're having trouble changing their passwords.
Citibank Sabotage Gets Former Employee Almost 2 Years In PrisonAn employee who sabotaged Citibank’s computer system because he believed he was about to be fired has been sentenced to nearly two years in prison.
Anonymous Hacks Pro-ISIS Twitter Accounts, Infusing Them With Gay Pride, PornFollowing the Orlando mass shooting, Anonymous is hacking pro-ISIS Twitter accounts and infusing them with gay pride and gay pornography.
NFL Twitter Account Hacked, Hoax Tweet Says Commissioner Goodell DiedHackers took over the National Football League’s official Twitter account Tuesday morning, sending out an erroneous tweet saying commissioner Roger Goodell had died.
Zuckerberg’s Social Accounts Fall Victim To Hacker AttackAllegedly using a password stolen in a LinkedIn security breach, a group of hackers claim they have gained access to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s Pinterest and LinkedIn accounts.
FBI iPhone Hack May Have Cost $1 MillionFBI Director James Comey hinted at an event in London on Thursday that the FBI paid more than $1 million to break into the locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers.
Covered California Website At Risk For Cyber Attack, Feds SayFederal investigators say the website for Covered California is at risk for a cyber-attack.
Judge Orders Apple To Help Hack San Bernardino Shooter's iPhoneA U.S. magistrate judge in California has ordered Apple to help the Obama administration hack into an iPhone belonging to one of the shooters in San Bernardino.
Sony Agrees To Pay Up To $8 Million For Employee Identity Theft Losses In N. Korea Hacking ScandalIn a settlement agreement, Sony will pay up to $10,000 a person for identity theft losses after the 2014 hacking scandal.
Text Message Code Discovered That Will Shut Down Your iPhoneThe message, revealed on Reddit late Tuesday, seems to exploit an inability of the app's preview feature to correctly render the characters, which are not the standard alphanumerics or emoticons one typically texts. After repeated attempts, the app crashes, leaving the user unable to send or receive texts as usual.
News Headlines Change With Google Chrome App, Replacing 'Millennials' With 'Snake People'Millennials have become a big target of Internet jabs lately, with publications calling them everything from huge narcissists to lazy, entitled workers, and finally, it looks like one of these millennials snapped. The result could change the news you see online, if you use this.

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