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A nine-year-old kernel security flaw affecting all versions of Linux enables hackers to hijack users' PCs.
From intelligence gathering to disrupting online propaganda - will hacking help?
Foursquare denied a breach, while Weebly confirmed it, adding that password resets would be initiated soon.
The letter has been written by Conservative Party MP David Burrowes and signed by over 50 others.
The dump also allegedly reveals Obama's personal email address, among other things.
Authorities said the alleged criminal acts by Harold Martin are 'breathtaking in its longevity and scale.'
Researchers uncovered that the group has also targeted Nato officials, Ukrainian leaders and Russian dissidents.
Yahoo wants to 'set a precedent of transparency' amid mass surveillance claims.
Top banks such as HDFC, ICICI, SBI, Yes Bank and Axis Bank were worst affected by the breach.
WikiLeaks founder has been denied internet for influencing an entire election.
Security experts believe the leaked data indicate that the breach may be legitimate.
Filip Lucian Simion was arrested in a joint effort by the Belgian, French, Romanian and US authorities in May 2016.
LinkedIn confirmed in May that the breach compromised over 100 million user login names and passwords.
The joint Japan-US project is expected to become a commercial reality by 2017.
Hayden slammed the Kremlin's alleged attempt to influence the US election.