Two small dogs had green balloons attached to them so they wouldn't get lost in a busy kitchen, and it's the cutest life hack you'll ever see.
A woman with severe burns on her face and neck has taken to TikTok to warn people about a hack to make poach eggs.
The TikTok niche devoted to all things washing, scrubbing, and polishing proves that cleaning doesn't always have to be a chore.
The previously unreported hack came just a few weeks before a plant in Florida was accessed in a cyber attack.
Injuries caused by the popular and potentially-dangerous "hack" now prohibit the young girl from going outside during the daytime.
The "hack" suggests that people use plastic wrap to avoid washing dishes, but was met with a largely negative response on the platform.
Tom Bossert said Trump gave Russia "latitude to act and regroup" when he didn't hold the country accountable following cyberattacks.
Want to ensure you aren't left with rotting and molding fruit before you've had a chance to eat it? Well, why not follow this woman's clever TikTok tip.
Kiwis are delicious and nutritious, but it's an effort chopping them up. However, if you follow this mother's clever method that will all be a thing of the past.
Fancy taking a few hours off work without your bosses knowing? Well, one woman on TikTok has shared her sneaky method for doing just that.
Often get home from the store to find your avocados are not yet ripe? Well, here is a hack to ensure that this will not happen again.
If you are having a party soon, this woman's hack for making a sweet punch drink inside a toilet is surely one to avoid.
iPhone users should follow these clever space-saving tips to prevent their Apple device running out of room.
To try out the hack for yourself you first need to take a photo of your house key next to a coin for scale.
The culprits of the campaign—whose identities are unknown—were trying to exploit the popularity of the brand to steal login credentials. There is no legitimate Android app.
The profile of Kottmann, part of a collective dubbed "APT 69420 Arson Cats," was removed from the social media platform this week after the group claimed to have accessed 150,000 live camera feeds.
Andrew Torba, who launched the alternative social network in 2016, previously branded the culprits of a cyberattack "demon hackers" after a trove of data was reportedly stolen from his platform.
The attacks by the gang allegedly targeted thousands of victims in 2020, including famous internet influencers, sport stars, musicians and their families, Europol said.
Foreign ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova said hacking accusations may spoil Kremlin ties with Biden before he even takes office.
The attorney general sided with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in saying the Russians were apparently responsible for the massive cyberattack.
"There was minimal security leadership at the top," said the cybersecurity expert, who left SolarWinds after giving his warning.
The Republican senator described the SolarWinds cyberattack—which Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and top GOP lawmakers blame Russia for—as "extraordinary." The president has downplayed it.
President Donald Trump has downplayed the threat from the SolarWinds cyberattack and attempted to cast doubt on Russia's involvement.
On Saturday the president tweeted that the cyberattack was "far greater in the Fake News Media than in actuality" but could have affected "our ridiculous voting machines."
"Our nation is under assault. This cyberattack could be the largest in our history," Colorado Congressman Jason Crow wrote in a tweet.
Even as critical government agencies acknowledged their computer systems appeared to have been affected, the president has continued to tweet about an election he had already lost.
The fallout from the cyberattack via Texas-based software company SolarWinds appears to be vast, with a slew of powerful U.S. government agencies and businesses, seemingly targeted.
"CISA expects that removing this threat actor from compromised environments will be highly complex and challenging for organizations," the agency under the Department of Homeland Security warned.
The National Defense Authorization Act "will not be the last congressional action needed before this is resolved," Thomas Bossert wrote.