You're boarding up a broken window, but your personal data is still inside that sketchy house.
Yet another creepy intrusion.
A useful bit of added security but far from a panacea.
We've all been told 2016 was the year of the hacked election, but the problem still endures.
The widely used GreyKey tool is seemingly obsolete after the privacy-protecting iOS 12 update.
Shockingly un-shocking news.
Voting security infrastructure seems ill-equipped to tackle even simple attacks.
It'll take a few years to be fully implemented, and the usual disclaimers about privacy apply.
There's a clearer understanding of the 30 million-profile hack.
FireEye helped Facebook identify fake accounts with subversive international agendas. Here’s how.
It also stores various biometric and location data, rousing inevitable privacy concerns.
It's an unexpected move from the technology juggernaut.
After a breach that exposed the data of half a million people over the course of three years, the network is closing its doors.
The jaw-dropping report is disputed by some of the supposed victims.
The social network's Single Sign-On feature would have been easily exploited.
The controversial practice is meant to curb drug trafficking.
The case is a first for any law enforcement agency in the world.
A useful tool for the countless data breaches every year.