Cyber tools—deployed to snoop on phone calls, texts, online activity and audio—were allegedly used on civilians, often to grave consequence.
They removed more than 60 pages, accounts and profiles.
Ryan Lin admitted to making more than 120 hoax bomb threats—including 24 in a single day.
The allegation may impact joint statement adopted at the DPRK-U.S. Summit, North Korea warned.
The potential attack likely affects other manufacturers as well, including McLaren, Karma and Triumph.
"Security is never a finished job," said Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg. "Our adversaries are determined, creative and well-funded."
Hackers could infiltrate a home's Wi-Fi and steal information from computers, researchers claim, but not everyone is convinced it's an issue.
The issue existed in a feature that let users search existing FOIA records.
"To the thinking person, there are few things more disconcerting than a tweet by the U.S. president," a "China Daily" editorial said.
"Hillary Clinton's Emails, many of which are Classified Information, got hacked by China," Trump tweeted. "Are they sure it wasn't Russia (just kidding!)?"
Foreign powers have "weaponized" the debate surrounding health care, according to experts.
During a raid, police reportedly found hacking files and instructions had been saved in a folder named "hacky hack hack."
New research has unveiled how hackers could compromise vulnerabilities in "smart city" technology systems.
President Donald Trump has said he wants to achieve "world peace," but his rejection of the Obama-era nuclear deal may only lead to more conflict with Iran.
WhatsApp dismissed the report, claiming they were aware of the issue.
The group uses booby-trapped websites in an attempt to steal Windows usernames and passwords.
A sham website advertising penetration-testing job roles even listed U.S. hacking victims as "clients."
The rights group called the cyberattack a "deliberate attempt to infiltrate Amnesty International."
The culprits—who threaten to release footage to the victims' contacts—have made around $125,000 from the scheme.
According to the DHS, the culprits work for a Russian hacking unit known as Energetic Bear.