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After first denying the leak of over a hundred thousand clients' credit card details, leading UK motoring organization, the AA, was exposed after the details found their way onto the internet.
NFL commissioner, Roger Goodell, is the latest high-profile person to be pronounced "dead" from a hacked Twitter account. The hack comes shortly after several celebrities were targeted online.
Security researchers have once again proven that we're not prepared for the internet of things, as they took control over Mitsubishi's Outlander PHEV SUV thanks to a bad Wi-Fi connection and password.
Microblogging site Tumblr was the subject of a data breach back in 2013. The company claimed it affected 'a set' of users. An analysis shows that 'set' was actually over 60 million passwords.
A new universal app for Windows 10, 'Hacked?', let's you see if you have been involved in a data breach. It offers to check your accounts every 12 hours and notify you if any new breaches involve you.
An online forum dedicated to hardcore fetishes has suffered a data breach. The leaked data includes IP addresses, email addresses and weakly-encrypted passwords. Government addresses are involved.
The Linux Mint founder, Clement Lefebvre, announced that a malicious ISO was hosted on the site on Saturday. Users should re-download a new ISO and reinstall their Mint installs if affected.
A supercomputer at the Bureau of Meteorology has believed to have been breached by hackers from China, potentially compromising several other Australian Government agencies.
A cracking group who discovered a flaw in Ashley Madison code, have uncovered over 11 million passwords in 10 days. The group found that many passwords were hashed insecurely.
Hackers release personal information, including names, address and desires, of users following last month's hack of the controversial married dating website.
Hacking Team, a company specializing in spy services on behalf of government agencies was hacked earlier today and the attackers have exposed its internal documents and credentials to the public.
LastPass has discovered suspicious activity on their network, which compromised emails, password reminders, and authentication hashes; all you need to do is take a few measures and you'll be fine.
Hackers this morning targeted the Twitter feeds of two major news agencies, sending out a barrage of doomsday tweets that made it seem as if China and the United States had just sparked World War III.
Xbox Live experienced another outage courtesy of 'Lizard Squad'. This is the second outage, with the first one occurring on December 1st. Xbox Live is still experiencing issues hours later.
The Syrian Electronic Army has reportedly hacked an online analytics system, which has resulted in parts of many websites showing popups and redirecting users away from the website.
Almost five million Gmail accounts were compromised on Tuesday and the details of those accounts posted online, Google has responded by saying their servers were not breached, indicating brute-force.
A redditor has dumped online 40GB of files from Gamma International's servers, including the FinFisher Suite spyware's source code, support history, and various internal documents.
CNET has said that a database from its website, which included the usernames, emails, and encrypted passwords of over 1 million users, has been stolen by a Russian hacker group known as 'w0rm'.
P.F. Chang's has become the latest company to experience a data breach. The restaurant chain first learned of the breach on June 10th and it included credit and debit card data being compromised.
Worldwide auctioning site eBay has announced a security breach within their database. The company has stated that confidential personal information has been obtained within the past few months.
Bitly has released an "urgent security update" on their official blog which notes that account credentials "have been compromised," and recommends that all users change their password immediately.
Popular Russian news site RT.com has been hacked following the ongoing conflict in Ukraine, with instances of "Russian" replaced with "Nazi" on all articles and headlines.
Email addresses, phone numbers, passwords and other user data have been stolen from popular crowdfunding platform Kickstarter after hackers infiltrated the site.
Yahoo has revealed through their official blog that passwords for some accounts have been stolen and used to gain access to Yahoo Mail in an organized effort from unknown sources.
More social media accounts have been compromised today by the Syrian Electronic Army - this time belonging to a major American news network CNN.
A California security firm says they have discovered the origin of a botnet which delivered over 750,000 malicious emails to home appliances, such as refrigerators, routers and televisions.
Neiman Marcus confirmed that they were recently breached, and word is at least three other well-known retailers were also hit in the last few weeks although details are somewhat lacking at this point.
Two Microsoft Twitter accounts have been hacked today by the Syrian Electronic Army, marking the most recent in a long line of attacks against social media accounts by the organization.
Opensuse, a well known linux distribution, had their forums defaced and information stolen, A hacker managed to exploit a vulnerability in the forum software which made it possible to upload files.
The hacker group known as the Syrian Electronic Army broke into the official Skype Twitter, Facebook and blog sites today, posting a message asking the VoIP service to "stop spying on people".
Foxnews.com appears to have been hacked and the homepage has been defaced with multiple banners and front page stories that are clearly not legitimate.
After reports came out yesterday of Twitter being hacked and thousands of accounts being made public, the company has now gone on the record to clear things up: they weren't hacked!
A security researcher based in London has stepped forward and claimed responsibility for the hack that occurred almost a week ago on the Apple Developers website, which is still down.
Apple finally admitted that their Developer Center has been compromised by hackers. The Dev website went offline last week and it's still not back online due to the security breach.
The Twitter page of the Associated Press was temporarily suspended after an apparent hacker posted the false news of a White House attack where President Obama was injured.
Despite Yahoo's efforts to fix 'vulnerabilities', mail users have continued to see their accounts hacked. The company says two isolated security holes have been rectified, but the problems persist.
We have heard from many companies who have stated that they have been hacked by foreign entities. If you are keeping a list at home of the companies who have been infected, add Apple to the list.
Parts of the NBC.com website got hit by a cyber attack today, with the hackers defacing some of the pages with messages that related to November 5th's Guy Fawkes Day.
Reports are coming in that a number of Diablo III accounts on Battle.net have already been hacked and taken away from their rightful owners. Blizzard has yet to comment.