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Hackers Targeted Hillary Clinton's Private Servers (Obviously)

We’ve known for months that Hillary Clinton’s use of private email for official business was a security nightmare. Now we’re starting to learn a little bit about how that nightmare unfolded. Hackers from at least three countries targeted her servers after she left office in 2013.

Former Reuters Employee Matthew Keys Found Guilty Of Hacking 

Earlier today, a Sacramento jury found former Reuters social media manager Matthew Keys guilty on three counts of computer hacking.

Thousands Of Medical Devices Are Open To Hacking Over The Internet

Security researchers claim that at least 68,000 medical systems — like MRI scanners and infusion systems — from a “large, unnamed US health group” are accessible online for hackers to attack.

Hackers Dump Entire Database Of Artist Crowdfunding Website Patreon Online

It’s been a bad day for online security. Patreon, a crowdfunding website designed to let fans pay artists, has just had 15GB of its user’s data — and the site’s source code — dumped online.

David Jones' Website Hacked, Customer Data Stolen

Online shopping is definitely easy, but it’s not without its potential downsides. Aussie high-street retailer David Jones learned last week that its website — hackers accessed customer names, email and mailing addresses, and the details of orders.

Hackers Found A Sly Way To Look At Photos On A Locked iPhone

Apple doesn’t have a perfect track record when it comes to giving hackers access to locked iPhones. It actually seems like every version of Apple’s mobile operating system ends up exposing a bug that grants anyone access. And iOS 9 is the latest.

New Kardashian Websites Exposed Personal Data Of Nearly A Million Users

Being famous for being famous isn’t easy. In tandem with the release of apps that let fans trade money for exclusive content, the Kardashian-Jenner sisters launched new websites this week. However, they left the personal data of some 891,340 users right out in the open. Oops.

Report: Russian Government Has Been Running A 7-Year Malware Campaign

According to a new report by security researchers at F-Secure Labs, hacking groups funded by the Russian government have been a running a large-scale malware campaign that’s hit the likes of NATO and U.S. government institutions.

Recreating The Plot Of Hackers Using Nothing But My Fading Memories

Hackers, a 1995 movie starring Angelina Jolie’s haircut, hit theatres exactly two decades ago. Its themes have never been more relevant or concerning to our connected society. Can you remember them? I almost can.

US' Department Of Energy Hacked Over 150 Times In Four Years

The US Department of Energy, the agency that helps regulate our power grid, nuclear arsenal, and national labs, has been hacked 159 times between 2010 and 2014, according to a review of federal records obtained by USA Today.

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