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Equifax will warn 2.5 million additional hacking victims by mail

The hack that compromised Equifax was bad enough, but its response only seemed to make things worse. Even the website that verified the potential threat to your data left many people wondering. Equifax wants to remove any doubt, though. In the wake o…

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HP Enterprise let Russia review the Pentagon’s security software

Last year, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) allowed a Russian defense agency to analyze the source code of a cybersecurity software used by the Pentagon, Reuters reports. The software, a product called ArcSight, is an important piece of cyber defense…

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The $1,000,000 text message that remotely hacks your iPhone

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iPhone’s can, in fact, be compromised remotely. Cybersecurity expert Ondrej Krehel explains how powerful zero-day exploits like this are rare and difficult to create, but can also be extremely lucrative. Read more…

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US pressured North Korea by overwhelming hackers with data traffic

The US is no stranger to hacking North Korea, but it's usually in a bid to directly thwart the country's military ambitions. Now, however, those attacks are being used as a diplomatic strategy. The Washington Post has learned that President Trump o…

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FBI won’t be forced to reveal San Bernardino iPhone hacking tool

The Associated Press, USA Today and Vice News have failed in their attempt to reveal the hacking tool the FBI used to access San Bernardino terrorist Syed Farook's iPhone. Judge Tanya Chutkan denied their request in a summary judgment ruling issued…

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Equifax breach shows signs of a possible state-sponsored hack

Ever since word of the Equifax hack got out, there's been one lingering question: was it a state-sponsored attack, or just criminals who took advantage of a security hole? At the moment, it looks like it might be the former. Bloomberg sources have sh…

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San Francisco sues Equifax on behalf of 15 million Californians affected by the breach

 Equifax is not only in deep for a class-action lawsuit over a breach exposing 143 million U.S. citizen’s social security numbers and a subpoena in New York, it’s now being sued by the city of San Francisco. S.F. City Attorney Dennis Herrera filed the lawsuit against the credit reporting agency in San Francisco Superior Court for “failing to protect the personal data of more… Read More

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Major accounting firm Deloitte reports extensive cybersecurity breach

Deloitte, a major US and global accounting firm, revealed that it was hit with a cybersecurity breach that may have extended from October of last year through this past March, the Guardian reports. The company — one of the world's Big Four accountin…

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Coach driver discovers what may be the world’s greatest hammock hack

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Being a coach driver must be a pretty tiring business.

Long hours, lots of sitting in a stiff position — every now and then the desire to stretch out and lie back must be almost overwhelming.

Well, it turns out all you need to make that desire a reality is some ingenuity and a trusty hammock.

That photo was taken at Embankment in London and shared on the r/London subreddit on Sunday.

If that doesn’t sum up the phrase “winning at life”, then frankly we don’t know what does.

WATCH: Lounge over the water in this epic ring of hammocks

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Russia targeted election systems in 21 states, successfully hacking some

 On Friday, the Department of Homeland Security notified nearly half of the U.S. states that their election systems were targeted by Russia-affiliated hackers in an attempt to influence the 2016 election. In most of the states targeted, the hackers were engaged in preliminary activities like scanning. In other states hackers attempted to infiltrate systems and failed, but in a small selection… Read More