Hackers stole data from ODIN Intelligence, a police contractor that already had serious security issues.
As soon as someone tweets that their account was hacked, a slew of bots appears to offer scam solutions.
The scam, where victims are forced to film a video of themselves to try and get their money or account back, is seemingly more widespread than previously known.
T-Mobile said the breach impacted 7.8 million current postpaid customers and 40 million former or prospective customers who applied for credit with the company.
Hackers selling the data are claiming it affects 100 million users.
Locking down IT systems for hospitals, universities, non-profits, and local governments barely register. But raise gas prices a few cents? Now you've done it.
Including posts made during last week's insurrection at the Capitol, which could now be used to expose and arrest pro-Trump rioters.
Global++, creators of the popular ‘PokeGO++’ cheating app, have shut down their websites after ‘Pokémon GO’ creator Niantic sued them.
The government that brought about the beef ban just got served.
Someone has published the decryption key for the third layer of allegedly 9/11-linked documents from The Dark Overlord hacking group.
A hacker has stolen text messages and call metadata from SpyHuman, a firm selling malware to the everyday consumer. It’s the fifth such consumer spyware company to be targeted recently.