KPIX 5 Original Report: Fake COVID Vaccination Cards SurgeMore employers, businesses, and municipalities may feel that it's now time to require COVID vaccinations prompting some unvaccinated individuals to turn to fake cards to get them through the front door, but at a potentially terrible cost.
Allleged TikTok, Twitter Hacker Joseph O’Connor Arrested In SpainSpanish police arrested a suspect Wednesday in connection with the July 2020 Twitter hack that compromised over 130 accounts including those belonging to politicians, celebrities, and companies.
Stanford, University Of California Targeted In Widespread Ransomware Cyber AttackUniversity of California and Stanford officials have confirmed that they were among the universities nationwide that have been targeted by a massive cyber ransomware attack.
WeChat Litigation Put On Hold At Request Of U.S. Government LawyersLawyers representing the United States asked a San Francisco federal court on Thursday to suspend litigation over the government's attempt to shut down the WeChat messaging app in the United States.
Fed Judge in San Francisco Denies Request to Unblock Trump Shutdown of WeChat in U.S.A federal judge in San Francisco denied a request by the U.S. Department of Commerce to suspend a Sept. 20 preliminary injunction blocking an executive order issued by President Trump that would shut down the WeChat messaging app in the U.S.
Civil Grand Jury Finds San Mateo County Election Channels Vulnerable to Cyber AttackSan Mateo County's online election information channels, such as its results website and official social media accounts, are vulnerable to cyber attacks, according to a new report issued Wednesday by the Civil Grand Jury.
California Real Estate Title Firm Lapse Exposes Personal Data in 885 Million FilesA security lapse at a major California-based real estate title company exposed the bank account numbers and other sensitive information contained in 885 million files.
Oakland's Facial Recognition Ban Passes First Administrative Hurdle
Yahoo Reaches $117.5 Million Settlement In Huge Data BreachNearly 200 million people who had sensitive information snatched from their Yahoo accounts will receive two years of free credit-monitoring services and other potential restitution in a legal settlement valued at $117.5 million.
Watchdog: California Wildfire Victims Personal Data Wrongly Released By FEMAThe Federal Emergency Management Agency wrongly released to a contractor the personal information of 2.3 million survivors of devastating 2017 hurricanes and California wildfires, potentially exposing the victims to identity fraud and theft.
2018: The Year Silicon Valley Creeped Out the WorldWe may remember 2018 as the year when technology's dystopian potential became clear after a seemingly-unending series of revelations about the dark side of Silicon Valley's connect-everything ethos.
Data Breach May Involve Personal Information Of 500 Million Marriott Guests A massive security breach may have involved the personal information of 500 million Marriott hotel guests since 2014 including those who stayed in the more than a dozen lodging sites in the Bay Area.
"New Normal'; Facebook's Election 'War Room' Takes Aim At Fake Information
35 Million Voter Records Found For Sale On Dark WebSecurity researchers say an estimated 35 million voter records from 19 U.S. states have been offered for sale on a dark web online forum.
Google+ To Shut Down Amid Security Bug Google said Monday that it is shutting down the long ailing social network Google+ for consumer use amid new scrutiny of the company for reportedly failing to publicly disclose a security bug affecting users of the service.