The data includes email addresses, IP addresses, and hashed passwords.
A Google security researcher found bugs that allowed him to take over nearby iPhones with a Raspberry Pi and just $100 in WiFi gear.
Security researchers claim to have identified deployments of SS7 tracking technology in 25 countries, including Belgium, Denmark, Mexico, Thailand, and Australia. The deployments are linked to surveillance vendor Circles, which works with NSO Group.
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Microsoft patched a bug that allowed hackers to reveal the email address used to register any Xbox gamertag.
Google found at least seven critical bugs being exploited by hackers in the wild. But after disclosing them days ago, the company has yet to reveal key details about who used them and against whom.
"Zoom’s misleading claims gave users a false sense of security ... to discuss sensitive topics such as health and financial information," the US government said.
Researchers found several websites created and maintained by a government hacking group that wanted to track and infect victims with malware.
Speculation kicked off after someone moved the huge sum on Tuesday, and now we know who it was: the U.S. government.
It's not yet clear if a hacker made off with a gigantic payday, or if the wallet's secretive and long-dormant owner just came out of retirement.
A cache of documents shared with Motherboard show much broader interest from the U.S. government in using malware in criminal investigations.