Facebook Has Hosted Stolen Identities and Social Security Numbers for Years
The social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, and alleged credit card numbers of dozens of people are being advertised and sold on Facebook. The internet giant deleted some of them after Motherboard flagged the posts.
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‘Guild Wars 2’ Caught Using Spyware to Catch Cheaters
The makers of the popular multiplayer game caught almost 1,600 alleged cheaters using a program that scanned their computers for cheating software.
Update: Zuckerberg Said He ‘Misspoke’ About Alerting Campaigns to Russian Hacking Attempts
Mark Zuckerberg revealed that Facebook’s security team identified Russian government hackers targeting US presidential campaigns and notified them of the hack attempts.
Guccifer 2.0 Was Always Sloppy
A sloppy mistake linked Guccifer 2.0 to Russian military intelligence officers, according to a new report. But this was hardly the only mistake the hacker made in his months-long existence.
This Hat Can Fool a Face Recognition System Into Thinking You're Moby
Researchers created an infrared light device that obscures your face from detection software and can even project someone else’s face onto your own.
‘Stalkerware’ Seller Shuts Down Apps ‘Indefinitely’ After Getting Hacked Again
A company that sells spyware or “stalkerware” for everyday users has ceased operations of its handful of apps that monitor computers and cellphones.
Israeli Government Asked European Security Companies for Zero-Days in Unsolicited Emails
Israel cast a wide net in Europe too, looking to purchase zero-days for its law enforcement and intelligence agencies.
Here’s the Letter Israel Sent to Solicit Zero-Days From American Hackers
In a peek into the way governments may source hacking tools, Motherboard obtained a 2015 letter the Israeli Ministry of Defense sent to US-based exploit developers.
'Critical' T-Mobile Bug Allowed Hackers To Hijack Users' Accounts
A security researcher discovered a flaw in a T-Mobile website that let hackers log in as any customer.
A Hacker Has Wiped a Spyware Company’s Servers—Again
"I don't want to live in a world where younger generations grow up without privacy."
The Biggest Cryptocurrency Mining Hack Yet Made a Grand Total of $24
Hackers loaded in-browser cryptocurrency miner Coinhive into UK, US, and Canadian government websites on Sunday.
Hackers Used Ontario Government and CAMH Websites to Mine Cryptocurrency
Hackers hijacked a popular plugin.
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