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Official Monero website is hacked to deliver currency-stealing malware

2 hours ago

As DirecTV tanks, AT&T says it will "re-bundle" TV with HBO Max

5 hours ago

Password data for ~2.2 million users of currency and gaming sites dumped online

6 hours ago

Microsoft says yes to future encrypted DNS requests in Windows

11 hours ago

Google & Samsung fix Android spying flaw. Other makers may still be vulnerable

16 hours ago

Think of the children: FBI sought Interpol statement against end-to-end crypto

1 day ago

John Legere leaving T-Mobile after 7 fun years of bashing AT&T and Verizon

1 day ago

Unrelenting "ad blocker" plasters users with—you guessed it—ads

2 days ago

Microsoft sends a new kind of AI processor into the cloud

2 days ago

"Dirty trickster" Roger Stone convicted on all counts in Mueller indictment

4 days ago

What the newly released Checkra1n jailbreak means for iDevice security

4 days ago

Impeachment hearing reveals major White House phone security fail

5 days ago

Breach affecting 1 million was caught only after hacker maxed out target's storage

6 days ago

Google: You can trust us with the medical data you didn't know we already had [Updated]

6 days ago

Russian man charged with running money-back-guaranteed criminal marketplace

6 days ago

How a turf war and a botched contract landed 2 pentesters in Iowa jail

6 days ago

Solved: Why in-the-wild Bluekeep exploits are causing patched machines to crash

8 days ago

RunCode challenge returns with coding, pwning puzzles—and prizes

10 days ago

Google enlists outside help to clean up Android's malware mess

10 days ago

One of the world's most advanced hacking groups debuts new Titanium backdoor

11 days ago

Why more than 168,000 Valentine's day text messages arrived in November

11 days ago

Ring-a-ding: IoT doorbell exposed customer Wi-Fi passwords to eavesdroppers

11 days ago

Members of violent white supremacist website exposed in massive data dump

12 days ago

AT&T switches customers to more expensive plans without asking them first

12 days ago

Former Twitter employees charged with spying on users for Saudis

13 days ago

Tech-support scammers used data stolen by Trend Micro employee

13 days ago

AT&T makes customers work to get refunds they should get automatically

13 days ago

Breaking the law: How 8chan (or "8kun") got (briefly) back online

14 days ago

Tipped off by an NSA breach, researchers discover new APT hacking group

14 days ago

8CHAN GETS BACK ONLINE—AND IS PROMPTLY FORCED OFF AGAIN

14 days ago