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Facebook Is Hunting for Your Stolen Passwords
On Friday, Facebook announced that it built a system that will actively search those sites for stolen credentials.
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Are You Helping Thieves Steal Your Identity?
An alarming number of people are putting themselves at risk by not taking simple precautions to guard their personal information.
Anonymous App Whisper Denies It Tracks Its Users
Whisper, a mobile app that allows people to post anonymous images and messages, has denied charges that it secretly tracks its users.
FBI Director: 'Post-Snowden Mistrust' Has Gone Too Far
James Comey thinks Americans' mistrust of government and law enforcement's use of data is extreme.
Comey: Encryption 'Is Like a Closet That Can't Be Opened'
FBI Director James Comey says he is concerned about moves by Apple and Google to include encryption on smartphones, adding it "is like a closet that can't be opened"
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FBI Warns U.S. Businesses of Chinese Cyberattacks
The "flash" warning asks companies to contact federal authorities if they believe they are the victims of such attacks.
New 'POODLE' Bug Takes Bite Out of Web Encryption
Google on Tuesday revealed yet another Internet-wide security vulnerability with a cute name but potentially disastrous effects.
The Folks at Dropbox Really Want to Clear the Air
Claims that hackers stole nearly 7 million username-and-password combinations from Dropbox are not true, according to a company spokesperson.
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These Russian Sci-Fi Fans Hacked Into NATO Computers
The operation used a variety of ways to attack the targets over the years, iSight said, adding that the hackers began only in August to exploit a vulnerability.
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Europol: Only 100 Hackers Lead Global Cybercrime
"We roughly know who they are. If we can take them out of the equation, then the rest will fall down."
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Kmart Becomes Latest Retailer to Report Data Breach
Sears Holdings Corp. says it detected a data breach at its Kmart stores that started last month, affecting customers' credit and debit card accounts.
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Snapchat: We're Not To Blame for Possible Photos Hack
"We can confirm that Snapchat’s servers were never breached and were not the source of these leaks," the mobile messaging company says.
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Dairy Queen Is Latest Retailer to Be Hacked
The fast-food chain says hackers may have gained access to customer names, credit and debit card numbers and expiration dates at 395 stores.
Adobe to Issue Fix After Report of Leaking User Data
Researchers say software used for reading e-books and checking them out from libraries transmitted unencrypted data on what users are reading.
App Allows Campus Police to Keep Tabs on Students
A new app alerts campus police if University of Arkansas, Little Rock students don't arrive at their planned destination on time, then uses GPS to track their whereabouts. KARK's Melissa Schroeder reports.
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Twitter Sues Government Seeking Surveillance Transparency
Twitter sued the U.S. government on Tuesday, seeking the ability to release a full report on government surveillance requests.
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'Revenge Porn' Could Lead to 14 Years in U.K. Prison
"No one should have to suffer the hurt and humiliation of 'revenge pornography,'" an official with the U.K.'s Crown Prosecution Service said.
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FBI Director: Chinese Hackers Like a 'Drunk Burglar'
Comey said Chinese hackers target the intellectual property of U.S. companies in China every day: "I liken them a bit to a drunk burglar."
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NYC Nixes Advertising 'Beacons' in Phone Booths
Hundreds of phone booths in New York City have been equipped with "beacons" that could be used to send targeted ads to pedestrians.
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States Investigate Massive JPMorgan Chase Hack
JPMorgan has said that information on 76 million households and 7 million small businesses may have been exposed in the data breach.
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JPMorgan Says Breach Affected 76 Million Households
JPMorgan Chase disclosed to the SEC that a security breach this summer affects some 76 million households and 7 million small businesses.
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JPMorgan: We Are Not Aware of a New Cyber Attack
JPMorgan Chase told CNBC it was not aware of a new cyberattack on its computer network, striking down an earlier New York Times report.
Embattled Secret Service Chief Resigns After Security Lapses
In the wake of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson's resignation, veteran agent Joseph Clancy will step in as interim acting director.
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Cyber Spy High: Meet the NSA's Hacker Recruiter
Through one new program, the agency is cultivating students as young as eighth grade.
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