Unknown attackers tried to compromise the source code of the PHP programming language in what would have been a dangerous supply chain hack.
A data breach that already hit bank employees just got much worse
Hackers posted the alleged names, social security numbers, and home addresses of several Flagstar Bank workers.
The data includes email addresses, IP addresses, and hashed passwords.
In an email sent to victims of the massive hack, Twitter apologizes, informs them of what happened, and suggests a series of actions to keep their accounts safe.
In a court-filed declaration, NSO Group’s CEO says Facebook tried to buy an Apple spying tool in 2017.
The breach impacted email addresses, passwords, phone numbers, and other sensitive information, according to a researcher mentioned in a breach notification obtained by Motherboard.