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Hackers are trying to sell a haul of more than 73 million user records

Affected online services include dating app Zoosk and printing service Chatbooks

‘A staggering problem’: Working from home could lead to massive data leaks

Everyone suddenly working from home has created a cybersecurity nightmare

Jeff Bezos’ phone allegedly hacked by Saudi crown prince’s WhatsApp message

New evidence suggests that data from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ phone was hacked in 2018 by Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman

Hackers demand $6M from largest retail currency dealer in ransomware attack

Travelex, the world's largest retail currency dealer, has been targeted in a ransomware attack, with hackers reportedly demanding a payment of $6 million.

Cyberattack forces 38,000 students to stand in line for new passwords

It’s an email password reset like no other. A university in Germany is handing out new ones printed on pieces of paper to its 38,000 students after its servers were hit by hackers.

T-Mobile hack may have affected around a million customers

For the second time in just over a year, hackers have targeted T-Mobile servers, this time making off with customer details linked to around a million accounts.

Iranian hackers targeted 2020 U.S. presidential candidates, Microsoft says

Microsoft is sounding the warning bells again in light of recent cyberattacks against current and former U.S. government officials.

Massive Words with Friends hack exposes 218 million account login details

A hacker has claimed responsibility for hacking the Zynga mobile game Words With Friends, saying more than 218 million accounts have been stolen.

British Airways hit with a massive fine for 2018 data breach

British Airways has been hit with a whopping $230 million fine for a security breach in 2018 that saw hackers steal personal data belonging to around 500,000 of the airline's customers.

Mobile payment app shut down after hackers nab $500,000 from customers

A mobile payment system launchd by 7-Eleven in Japan has been forced to shut down just days after launch after it was targeted by hackers. The company said 900 customers were affected in transactions totaling more than $500,000.

Radiohead releases 18 hours of material to scupper hacker’s ransom demand

A hacker who stole 18 hours' worth of unreleased Radiohead recordings was reportedly demanding $150,000 in exchange for its return. But instead of paying up, frontman Thom York and the other band members had a better idea.

Flipboard hack prompts password reset for millions of users

Flipboard says it's been hit by hackers, resulting in the theft of personal data belonging to some of its 145 million users. As a precautionary measure, the company is prompting its community to create new passwords.The post Flipboard hack prompts password reset for millions of users appeared first on Digital Trends.

Marriott wants guests’ data so it can tell them if their data was stolen

Marriott has created an online form to help you find out if your data was stolen in the massive Starwood hack that came to light toward the end of 2018. But take note, it requires you to submit a bunch of personal details.The post Marriott wants guests’ data so it can tell them if their data was stolen appeared first on Digital Trends.

500px: Almost 15 million users caught up in security breach

Almost 15 million members of portfolio website 500px have been caught up in a security breach. The hack occurred in 2018 but was only discovered last week. Users are being told to change their 500px password as soon as possible.The post 500px: Almost 15 million users caught up in security breach appeared first on Digital Trends.

A flaw in e-ticket systems could mean a hacker can print your boarding pass

The vulnerability was discovered in December and involves unsecured check-in emails that can put the personal information of passengers at risk or even allow a hacker to print boarding passes.The post A flaw in e-ticket systems could mean a hacker can print your boarding pass appeared first on Digital Trends.

Time to change your password again after Dell announces attempted hack

Dell said on Wednesday that it recently spotted an attempt by hackers to steal customer data. The cybercriminals are believed to have gone after personal data, though credit card information is thought to be safe.The post Time to change your password again after Dell announces attempted hack appeared first on Digital Trends.

Nearly 700,000 websites are hacked in bid to steal cryptocurrency

In the latest cryptocurrency hack, up to 700,000 websites were targetted in a breach which primarily aimed to steal virtual currencies through a malicious script on websites running Statcounter code. The post Nearly 700,000 websites are hacked in bid to steal cryptocurrency appeared first on Digital Trends.

Hackers target major airline in data breach affecting nearly 10M customers

A major international airline has been targeted by hackers, with personal data belonging to nearly 10 million of its customers stolen. Cathay Pacific, which operates out of Hong Kong, says it's now contacting those affected.The post Hackers target major airline in data breach affecting nearly 10M customers appeared first on Digital Trends.

Personal info of 30,000-plus Pentagon employees compromised in contractor breach

The Pentagon is facing another security problem after it was discovered that a contractor was responsible for a leak of data that affected more than 30,000 Pentagon employees, both civilian and military.The post Personal info of 30,000-plus Pentagon employees compromised in contractor breach appeared first on Digital Trends.

Apple writes letter to U.S. Congress denying reports of Chinese hack

Apple has denied claims it was hacked by members of the Chinese military in a letter to the U.S. Congress refuting reports that alleged Chinese compromises of its supply chain. Apple says the claims are false and unfounded.The post Apple writes letter to U.S. Congress denying reports of Chinese hack appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Boost Mobile adds LG Tribute Monarch, Samsung Galaxy A21 to lineup

Boost Mobile this week announced a handful of new phones as part of its portfolio, starting with a pair from LG and Samsung. The LG Tribute Monarch and Samsung Galaxy A21 are immediately available, giving customers a little something at the entry level and middle of the pack, respectively.LG Tribute MonarchPriced just $69.99 at launch, the LG Tribute Monarch offers up a 5.7-inch HD display, a super-wide (120 degrees) rear camera, and a 2,890mAh battery.Diving a bit deeper into the specifications, the display has a cutout notch for the front-facing 5-megapixel camera. As for the rear, there is a 13-megapixel camera and a 5-megapixel shooter.Powered by Android 10, the Tribute Monarch has a 2.0GHz octa-core processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB storage. A microSD card allows for up to 32GB of external media.According to Boost, consumers who make the switch to the carrier in the coming weeks can pick up the LG Tribute Monarch in-store for free. Further, current Boost customers will also be able to save; the new smartphone will be just $49.99 for upgrades.Samsung Galaxy A21A little bit bigger and more robust in nearly all aspects, the Samsung Galaxy A21 arrives with an introductory price of just $199.99. It will ultimately list for $249.99, however it’s not clear as to when.Features here include a 6.5-inch HD+ Infinity-O display, a quad-camera array, and a generous 4,000mAh battery.As an Android 10 device, the Galaxy A21 provides the latest in Google’s software and combines it with some of Samsung’s best hardware.The camera configuration consists of a 16-megapixel main, 8-megapixel ultra-wide, 2-megapixel macro, and 2-megapixel depth sensors.Samsung Galaxy A11Look for the Samsung Galaxy A11 to arrive on July, bringing with it an entry-level experience that’s priced just $129.99 for a limited time.Key features for the phone include a 6.4-inch HD+ Infinity-O display, a triple-camera system, and a 4,000mAh battery.

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