Latest Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution Stories
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A September breach that resulted in the theft of 56 million credit and debit cards belonging to Home Depot customers also saw hackers steal roughly 53 million email addresses, the retailer revealed this week.
Four men who were part of an alleged international computer hacking operating have been charged with stealing over $100 million worth of intellectual property from Microsoft, the US Army and various top video game publishers.
The major US hospital group Community Health Systems has revealed that 4.5 million of its patients have had their data stolen by hackers. The attack appears to have originated in China and targets the personal information of patients within the group's system.
The largest stand-alone medical device manufacturer in the world has revealed that hackers had successfully infiltrated its computers, and that it had lost some patient records in separate incidents last year.
Pizza lovers might have gotten more than a slice recently, as some 650,000 customers of Domino's France and Domino's Belgium may have had their passwords and personal data stolen and actually held for ransom by hackers.
This week, Russian authorities announced the arrest of two alleged hackers, both residents of Moscow, who were believed to have been behind a recent Apple extortion scheme.
Apple's "Find My iPhone" feature is a handy thing to have when one misplaces a phone, but owners of Mac and iOS devices in Australia found that the feature is a handy thing for hackers as well.
Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox continues to suffer damages, but the most recent accusations after the company claimed $400 million worth of the currency was lost last month may this time be self-inflicted.
New research reveals that a teen in Russia, who was not yet 17 years old at the time, authored the malware that was able to hack into Target's systems over the holidays.
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