Hackers Reportedly Snooping Inside Equifax As Of MarchHackers broke into Equifax's computer systems in March, two months earlier than the company had previously disclosed.
Equifax Data Breach Victims Website Raises Its Own Security ConcernsA security expert says a website by Equifax to help its customers find out if their personal information was stolen raises its own security questions.
In Wake Of Equifax Breach, What To Do To Safeguard Your InfoUnlike previous breaches at Yahoo, Target and Home Depot, Equifax's role in the financial industry makes this breach far more alarming.
Equifax Reports Data Breach Possibly Impacting 143 Million ConsumersCredit reporting firm Equifax announced Thursday that 143 million consumers in the United States could be impacted by a cybersecurity breach.
Justin Bieber Nude Photos Posted To Selena Gomez's InstagramHackers posted images from Bieber's 2015 vacation in Bora Bora to his ex-girlfriend's account.
'Game Of Thrones' Fans Shun Spoilers From HBO HackDespite recent script leaks and an episode prematurely put online, the series' most-watched ever, seen by 10.2 million viewers...
HBO Programming Stolen In CyberattackHBO has had some of its programming stolen in what is being described as a cyber incident.
Britney Spears' Instagram Exploited By Russian HackersThe hackers used Spears' Instagram comment section to communicate covert malware instructions.
Hackers Break Into Centralized Password Manager OneLoginHackers have gained access to OneLogin, an online password manager that offers a single sign-on to multiple websites and services.
Lawsuit Claims Snapchat CEO Said App Is 'Only For Rich People'Snapchat incurred the wrath of users around the world after an unsealed lawsuit revealed its CEO saying the app was only for the rich.
Hackers Release NSA Tools That Could Compromise Millions Of PCsMalicious code published Friday appeared to exploit previously undiscovered weaknesses in older versions of Microsoft's Windows operating system.
Rogue Tweeters In Government Could Be Prosecuted As HackersWho are the federal government's rogue tweeters, using official agency social media accounts to poke President Donald Trump? Are these acts of civil disobedience, or federal crimes?

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