Leaked internal documents and stories from influencers show that Instagram has an influencer-hacking problem.
One lesson from Homer's Trojan horse episode is that an unexpected gift should always be looked at twice. If Amazon is willing to slash prices and lose hundreds of millions of dollars on a new product line, there must be a good reason.
After AT&T and T-Mobile said they would stop selling their customers' phone location data to third parties, Sprint followed suit. A Motherboard investigation found all three telcos selling data that ultimately ended up in the hands of bounty hunters.
Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp social engineering scams have become common in the country.
Beginning in 2016, according to one source, Ring provided its Ukraine-based research and development team virtually unfettered access to a folder on Amazon's S3 cloud storage service that contained every video created by every Ring camera around the world.
Eric Tabach heard that it was easy to hack computer webcams, so he decided to test it out before freaking out. Credits: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bfmp/videos/...
The Anonymous Calgary Hivemind has been systematically hacking into smart home security cameras to warn their owners.
An Amazon user in Germany recently requested data about his personal activities and inadvertently gained access to 1,700 audio recordings of someone he didn't know.
Like the homeowner reiterates in the video, this is an unfortunate wake-up call.
Nearly two years before the U.S. government’s first known inquiry into the activities of Reddit co-founder and famed digital activist Aaron Swartz, the FBI swept up his email data in a counterterrorism investigation that also ensnared students at an American university, according to a once-secret document first published by Gizmodo.
The Trump administration is expected to indict hackers and roll out import restrictions out of concern that Beijing will not easily change its trade, cyber and economic practices.
The underloved social network will now close in April
The technology could revolutionize policing, medicine, even agriculture — but its applications can easily be weaponized.
Urban planners and researchers at MIT found that it’s shockingly easy to “reidentify” the anonymous data that people generate all day, every day in cities.
Republican leaders were not informed until POLITICO contacted committee officials about the incident.
Facebook is an enormous platform for charitable giving, but some nonprofit leaders say there aren’t enough resources when something goes wrong.
Sure, this guy is an expert but this is still terrifyingly easy.
Dubbed the National Data Analytics Solution (NDAS), the system pulls data from local and national police databases.
Next time you’re chatting with a customer service agent online, be warned that the person on the other side of your conversation might see what you’re typing in real time. A reader sent us the following transcript from a conversation he had with a mattress company after the agent responded to a message he hadn’t sent yet.
A broken US Postal Service API exposed from over 60 million users and allowed a researcher to pull millions of rows of data by sending wildcard requests to the server.
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