The destroyer-class USS Kidd streamed hours of game play in a funny incident that has serious cybersecurity ramifications.
One easily disproved conspiracy theory tied the ~six-hour outage to a supposed data breach tied to a Sept. 22 hacker forum ad for 1.5B Facebook user records.
They were all flat on their faces for hours on Monday, throwing off DNS error messages or other server-related errors.
The initiative, run by HackerOne, aims to uncover dangerous code repository bugs that end up going viral across the application supply-chain.
Coupon codes for Netlifx or Google AdWords? Voting for the best football team? Beware: Malicious apps offering such come-ons could inflict a new trojan.
An estimated 32 million, of the half-billion of Facebook account details posted online, were tied to US-based accounts.
The social-media giant took down legions of fake profiles aimed at spreading espionage malware.
Facebook has sued two Chrome devs for scraping user profile data – including names, user IDs and more.
A cloud misconfig by SocialArks exposed 318 million records gleaned from Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
The messaging platform will update its privacy platform on Feb. 8 to integrate further with its parent company, prompting users to cry foul over privacy issues.