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'Five years have passed. Not a single concrete fact has been provided,' says Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov
(UPDATED) Beijing firmly rejects the claims, saying it is a 'staunch defender of cybersecurity'
(UPDATED) The hackers stole 'the sensitive personal information of nearly half of all American citizens,' says Attorney General Bill Barr
'We are your dystopian future. If we don’t fix this information ecosystem, if information warfare continues, we are being manipulated,' says Maria Ressa
Hackers vandalize the PCOO page, and replace posts with content in Arabic
The Federal Depository Library Program's website is replaced with a page titled "Iranian Hackers!" that displayed images of Iran's supreme leader and the Iranian flag
Revelation of the exposed data comes as the social network strives to rebuild trust and alleviate concerns over protection of people's information
The attacks began on September 16 and took aim at least 16 international sporting and anti-doping agencies on 3 continents, Microsoft's customer security vice president Tom Burt explains
(UPDATED) Viral videos unrelated to the Philippine Rice Research Institute's mandate are being posted on the hacked Facebook page
Hacking a banking system can now land you in jail for life due to a new law imposing stiffer penalties for access device fraud
Gutoc says her account was last accessed in Pasay City
Google reports a two-year iPhone hacking operation that exposed user photos, live user location information, and other data
A 20-year-old cyber-crime specialist, his senior manager, and the owner of the company they work for face cyberterrorism charges from the attack. Thousands of tax agency files are leaked to the press in mid-July due to it.
Under this bill, the mere possession of skimming devices and attempts to access online banking accounts will be potentially punishable with imprisonment
A hacking group known as Unistellar wipes the content from the unsecured database and leaves a message where discussions could be held to get the data back
Two hackers claim responsibility for the hack of at least 16 regional Cartoon Network websites
'I regret these actions and accept full responsibility for my mistakes,' the 24-year-old Marcus Hutchins, known by his alias MalwareTech,' writes, noting that the charges related to his activity prior to his work in security
The investigator links the hack to the Bezos-owned Washington Post's extensive coverage of the Jamal Khashoggi murder
(UPDATED) 1 million people are potentially affected, says Kaspersky, but ASUS refutes the findings, saying that it only affected "a small number of devices"
Microsoft researchers say the attackers stole secrets and wiped data from networks after targeting thousands of people at some 200 companies over the past two years
Australian security agencies say they do not yet know who was behind the attack or their motives
A couple in California was shocked when a Nest security camera atop their family's television issued a realistic-sounding warning of missiles heading to the United States from North Korea
'The accused said he published the data because he had been annoyed by certain statements made by those affected,' a spokesman for the Frankfurt prosecution service's internet crime office ZIT, tells a press conference
Marriott says about 5.25 million passport numbers were taken in the incident. An additional 20.3 million encrypted passport numbers were also taken but there is no evidence hackers were able to decipher that data.
The wider goal isn't to produce more tobacco but to apply the technique to wheat or soy beans, in order to meet mankind's growing appetite
The recent data breach is the first large scale hacking of North Korean defectors' personal information, affecting nearly a thousand
China's foreign ministry urges US to 'stop smearing the Chinese side on cyber security issues,' adding that it had lodged an official protest
'We want China to cease its illegal cyber activities and honor its commitment to the international community,' says US deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein
EU officials say they have begun a probe into the leak, which comes with Europe on high alert in the run-up to key parliamentary elections next year
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The cables from the EU's diplomatic missions around the world reveal anxiety about how to handle US President Donald Trump as well as concerns about China, Russia and Iran
The hackers, who stole data of around 500 million Marriott customers, are believed to have been working for China's Ministry of State Security
Hackers report being able to play PlayStation games off a USB drive
Names, email addresses, and hashed passwords are nabbed from the popular question-and-answer website, the site announces, Tuesday, December 4
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Many of the hacked accounts belong to Facebook users in Ukraine and Russia
Austal is an Australian shipbuilding company that makes small, quick ships for warfare close to shore, and has major US Navy contracts
Cathay Pacific is under pressure to explain why it took 5 months to admit it had been hacked
Following the breach that exposed 29 million users, Facebook attempts to shore up its online defenses
Facebook says the hackers accessed the names, phone numbers, and email addresses of 15 million users. For another 14 million people, the attack was potentially more damaging.
The NPC notes that, 'had ABS-CBN insisted its third-party developer to use multi-factor authentication earlier, the site would not have been compromised'
Attackers exploit a vulnerability in an old technology to take control of Whatsapp accounts
In this Q&A, we discuss the learnings of RiskIQ, which has been tracking Magecart operations for the past few years
A coalition of Western nations that have been targeted by alleged Russian cyber operatives has denounced the country's online espionage activities
The defendants are Aleksei Morenets, 41, Evgenii Serebriakov, 37, Ivan Yermakov, 32, Artem Malyshev, 30, Dmitriy Badin, 27, Oleg Sotnikov, 46, and Alexey Minin, 46
Australia, Britain, Canada, The Netherlands, and the United States are now in a coordinated pushback against a series of hacking attempts said to be of Russian origin
The Irish probe has been touted as the first major test of the reformed European regulation which came into effect in May
So far, these are the things that Facebook has revealed about their security failure