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Instagram influencers are so overwhelmed by hackers, they’re hiring hackers of their own to get their accounts back
Some influencers have turned to 'white-hat' hackers to get their Instagram accounts returned to them.
Millions of files from the Oklahoma government, including details of FBI investigations, were left exposed in a massive data breach
The millions of files contained information from FBI case files dating back to 2012, including interviews and witness statements.
Nearly 773 million email accounts have been exposed in a massive data breach. Here’s how to check if you were affected.
It's a massive data dump called "Collection #1," and it contains cracked passwords.
Google's products are the latest target in a hacking campaign supporting Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg.
In an effort to test their awareness, the Air Force went after its own personnel with a hard-to-detect technique that can compromise networks.
Nest told INSIDER it is encouraging users to set up two-factor authentication for added security and to contact them if they see anything suspicious.
Computers in North Korea run on look-alike Mac software called ‘Red Star 3.0’ — see what it looks like to log in and use it
What it's like to use "Red Star 3," North Korea's little-known computer software that looks a lot like earlier versions of Apple's MacOS software.
During election season, politicians and campaigns are especially vulnerable to hacking and spear phishing. Here's are some security tips from Google.
DELETE YOUR ACCOUNT: How to wipe your personal information from Facebook, Amazon, Google, and other major websites and apps
The recent hack of Facebook compromised the personal information of 30 million people. Here's how you can delete your account from the major websites and protect yourself against incidents in the future.
China has responded to a report that Trump’s personal iPhone has been tapped: ‘You can change to Huawei phones’
A Chinese spokesperson said "if there are concerns about Apple calls being listened-in on, then you can change to Huawei phones," which are not sold in the United States and have been accused of being Chinese spying devices.