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The original ‘Legend of Zelda’ has a massive hidden area that one player finally opened, more than 30 years later
A huge portion of the original "Legend of Zelda" was inaccessible to players for over 30 years — until now.
About 500 million guests of Starwood hotels had their information compromised, Marriott announced Friday.
500 million Marriott customers have had their data hacked. Here’s what you should do instead of freaking out.
The Marriott data breach has exposed up to 500 million people's personal information. Here are the steps you should take to protect your data online.
Hackers briefly commandeered the website for Saudi Arabia’s big investment conference to send a message about Jamal Khashoggi
Saudi Arabia's Future Investment Initiative website was hacked a day before the conference was set to begin. The site briefly displayed an edited image of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman holding a knife over the slain journalist Jamal Khashoggi's head.
Spoiler: There's nothing to worry about, so don't even think about copy-pasting that chain-mail post.
After millions of Facebook accounts were hacked, here’s how to secure your social media accounts and operating systems
Physical security keys for two-factor authentication are a reliable and secure way to ensure that you're the only person with access to your accounts.
Facebook announced Friday that 30 million users were affected by a massive hack it first disclosed two weeks ago. The reaction — as perhaps expected — has been extremely negative across the internet.
Here are all the types of personal info hackers stole from 29 million Facebook users, and why it’s so frightening
Facebook recently revealed a massive breach of user information that impacts over 30 million people. Here's what hackers took.
Chang Chi-yuan, a Taiwanese hacker, had said he would livestream an attempt to delete Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook account starting Sunday at 6 p.m. local time, which is 3 a.m. in San Francisco, where Facebook is headquartered.
Instagram users are complaining on Twitter about a bizarre hack that locks them out of their accounts, and then changes the username, image, and associated email address. Instagram said it is aware of the issue and is investigating.