A teenager who broke into Apple's network and downloaded secure data has been in court on hacking charges. He was just 13 when he began accessing Apple servers, and has been sentenced to probation.
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Microsoft's web-based email services were the target of a security beach. Using a customer support agent's credentials, hackers were possibly able to access email addresses and subject lines, but fortunately not their content.
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Have you ever dealt with a nuisance call pretending to be from your bank? An email offering you millions? A bizarre website redirect? Then chances are you've been the targeting of a phishing attack. But what is phishing, really?
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In an attempt to garner more subscribers for their favorite vlogger and secure his status as having the most YouTube subscribers, PewDiePie supporters claimed to have hacked thousands of printers worldwide.
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A botnet of infected WordPress sites has been attacking other WordPress sites, generating up to five million malicious logins on certain WordPress backends within the last thirty days.
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Your internet-connected printer might be at risk for a hack. Someone attempted to sell a mass printing service, which could cause your printer to spit out any given message on a hacker's command.
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Don't be fooled by the green padlock logo in your URL bar. In the latest phishing scam, hackers have begun relying on secure HTTPS connections to fool users into believing that the fraudulent site they're visiting is legitimate.
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