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The retailer has updated and limited access controls as the investigation continues
The attorney general told the Senate Judiciary Committee that his agency is investigating who's behind the data breach that compromised as many as 110 million cards and personal records.
An Uzbek man asks a US court to suppress information collected by arguing the NSA program is unconstitutional
The hackers placed an image with the message 'Spying Birds' on the site's home page
The fakes actually transfers files, but it also peddles malware.
Details about the complaint will be shared later, one of the complainants said
The now-defunct Lavabit is appealing a contempt of court ruling for not turning unencrypted data of a single user -- presumably NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden -- to the government.
It could prevent the next 9/11 attack, one former official said
The vulnerability could allow attackers to intercept traffic from Android devices despite an active VPN connection
The targeted apps have included the mobile versions of Facebook, Yahoo’s Flickr, LinkedIn and Twitter, according to reports in The New York Times, the Guardian and ProPublica.
Target, Nieman-Marcus and Michael's breaches are probably the tip of the iceberg and a sign of things to come.
Members of academia urge the U.S. government to reform surveillance practices
Authorities in the U.S., India, China and Romania crack down on websites offering email hacking services
The current privacy czar will stay in the job for another 10 months
Social media and email accounts of some Microsoft employees were hit by phishing attacks, the company said