Three different U.S. sources say Facebook briefed officials about a Russian surveillance operation on the French president during his 2017 campaign.
The head of the service says Israel has "unexpected surprises" for those who carry out cyber-attacks.
Russian authorities are asking Western tech companies to allow them to review source code for security products before they're sold in the country.
The Shadow Brokers offered to sell code that could be used to hack phones and computers and say they will start dumping data on nuclear programs.
Hundreds of guests at the hotel in Austria were affected by the attack.
The FBI found breaches in Illinois and Arizona's voter registration databases and is urging states to increase computer security ahead of the presidential election
One university was targeted 21 separate times by cyber criminals in a single year.
Russian hackers likely are targeting news organizations as part of a broader series of hacks that also have focused on Democratic Party organizations, according to CNN.
Groups like Freifunk are installing semi-legal mesh networks in Berlin, where there's little public Wi-fi and none in refugee shelters.
Reuters reported that the alleged hacker, Peter Romar, was being extradited to the United States on Monday.
A cybersecurity startup finds most wireless mice use unencrypted signals to connect with computers.
Most hackers avoided Macs not because of technological superiority to Windows but because there wasn’t enough market share to make a profit.
The Caliphate Cyber Army has posted the names and addresses of U.S. police officers online.