Travelers Warned About Lack Of Security With In-Flight Wi-FiWith the summer travel season in full swing, many airline passengers who spend their flights on their phones and computers might want to take precautions with in-flight wi-fi service.
Twitter Denies Reports Of Massive Computer BreachA day after the NFL revealed its official Twitter account had been hacked, the San Francisco social media giant was denying new reports Thursday of a massive security breach.
Hacker Claims To Be Selling 100 Million LinkedIn Usernames, PasswordsLinkedIn issued a warning to its users Wednesday, after more than 100 million username and password combinations stolen in a cyberattack are reportedly being put up for sale.
Facebook Rewards 10-Year-Old $10K For Hacking InstagramFacebook rewarded a computer wiz kid from Finland $10,000 for finding a security flaw in Instagram.
FBI Says It Won't Reveal How It Accessed Locked iPhoneThe FBI says it won't publicly disclose the method that allowed it to access a locked iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino attackers.
’60 Minutes’ Shows Hackers Breaking Into Cellphone With Just A Phone NumberA report on Sunday night’s “60 Minutes” showed how hackers were able to access a California congressman’s smartphone, just by knowing the lawmaker’s phone number.
Questions Linger After FBI Hacks Into iPhone Without Apple's HelpThe extraordinary legal fight pitting the Obama administration against technology giant Apple Inc. ended unexpectedly after the FBI said it used a mysterious method without Apple's help to hack into a California mass shooter's iPhone.
Smartphone Fingerprint Sensors Can Be Fooled By Inkjet Printer, Researchers FindWhile more and more smartphones offer fingerprint scanners to unlock the device or approve payments, a new study should give device owners pause.
Drones Can Be Hacked, Hijacked From A Mile AwayA researcher revealed at a San Francisco cybersecurity conference this week how drones can be vulnerable to hijacking by hackers.
Apple CEO Says Complying With FBI Demand 'Bad For America'Apple CEO Tim Cook said Wednesday that it would be "bad for America" if his company complied with the FBI's demand for help unlocking an encrypted iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.
Apple Could Make It Even Harder To Hack iPhonesTurns out there's a fair bit both individuals and Apple could do to FBI-proof their phones and shield private information from investigators and cybercriminals alike.
Bill Gates Sides Against Apple In FBI iPhone-Unlocking CaseBill Gates is siding against Apple -- and many other technology companies -- in saying the firm should help the U.S. government to hack into a locked iPhone.

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