When hackers breached companies like Dropbox and LinkedIn in recent years—stealing 71 and 117 million passwords, respectively—they at least had the decency to exploit those stolen credentials in secret, or sell them for thousands of dollars on the dark web.
Phishing attempts involve a lot of trickery. You think you got an email from your colleague at androidpolice.com when you really received it from someone at androidpollce.com. Or you mistype one letter in a URL and you’re taken to a site that looks exactly the same, but isn’t the one you wanted.
Since its secret beginnings in 2011, Loon has been pursuing the seemingly quixotic task of bringing internet to the world’s most remote corners via stratospheric helium balloons.
AMD president and CEO Dr. Lisa Su has joined the CNBC “Squawk on the Street” team for an exclusive interview where she discusses the recent AMD financial report and the company’s guidance for 2019.
APPLE reportedly covered up a major privacy breach that gave hackers partial access to user iCloud accounts. The supposed flaw was allegedly “kept secret” by Apple – and quietly fixed without alerting users to the problem.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation accused an Apple employee, who is a Chinese citizen, of attempting to steal trade secrets related to the company’s autonomous car project, according to an indictment that was unsealed on Wednesday.
It looks like Facebook is not the only one abusing Apple’s system for distributing employee-only apps to sidestep the App Store and collect extensive data on users.
An Xbox Live issue is causing users to see blank screens on Xbox One consoles. The issue was first mentioned on Reddit, where multiple users reported seeing nothing on their screens when they turned on their Microsoft gaming consoles.