Source: mashable.com

Uber reveals 1.2 million customers affected by hack in one country alone

Uber reveals 1.2 million customers affected by hack in one country alone

Major internet outage hits the U.S. - Affecting customers of Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T

Major internet outage hits the U.S. - Affecting customers of Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T

Paul Manafort's favorite password is even dumber than you'd think

Paul Manafort's favorite password is even dumber than you'd think

Google Authenticator will add a formidable layer of protection to your e-mail account

Google Authenticator will add a formidable layer of protection to your e-mail account

The U.S. government wants access to data stored in the UK

The U.S. government wants access to data stored in the UK

Anyone can buy online ads and track your location in real time

Anyone can buy online ads and track your location in real time

Here's a list of the places you shop that have been hacked

Here's a list of the places you shop that have been hacked

How to hold private companies accountable for data breaches

How to hold private companies accountable for data breaches

What Google Clips means for privacy and constant surveillance

What Google Clips means for privacy and constant surveillance

Here’s what your identity sells for on the dark web

Here’s what your identity sells for on the dark web

Alleged Equifax hackers demand $2.6 million Bitcoin ransom — or else...

Alleged Equifax hackers demand $2.6 million Bitcoin ransom — or else...

Why the iPhone 8's facial recognition could be a privacy disaster

Why the iPhone 8's facial recognition could be a privacy disaster

Gmail's iPhone app just got a really important new feature

Gmail's iPhone app just got a really important new feature

Even the best passwords are no match for this simple hack

Even the best passwords are no match for this simple hack

Watch the ransom video hackers sent to HBO (set to Game of Thrones music)

Watch the ransom video hackers sent to HBO (set to Game of Thrones music)

The perps behind the 'biggest ransomware attack ever' appear to be moving their loot

The perps behind the 'biggest ransomware attack ever' appear to be moving their loot