These Are The Hacks That Left Us Exposed In 2017It was the year nothing seemed safe.
Scammers Stealing Down Payments By Hacking Real Estate Agents’ Email AccountsHackers have figured out how to steal the down payment, leaving the buyer without a new home and often wiping out their life savings.
Nearly Half A Million Pacemakers Recalled, Vulnerable To Hacking Almost half a million people in the U.S. must update their pacemakers that are vulnerable to being hacked.
FBI Warn US Companies: Hackers Targeting More Nuclear PlantsThe FBI and Homeland Security Department issued a new warning to American energy companies about potential cyberattacks on nuclear facilities.
Florida-Based Elections Software Company Denies Systems Were HackedThe chief operating officer of a Florida-based company which provides voter registration software is refuting parts of a leaked U.S. National Security Agency report which suggested their systems were hacked.
Leaked NSA Report Reveals Russian Hackers Tried Breaking Into US Election SystemsA startling report has revealed that Russian hackers tried to break into U.S. election systems just days before last November’s vote.
Security Experts Warn '10 Concerts' Post On Facebook Could Open Up Users To ExploitsMight seem like fun to participate in the “10 Concerts" trend on Facebook, but security experts warn it could leave you singing a sad tune.
Questions About Russian Hacking Swirl As Trump Enters Critical WeekPresident-elect Donald Trump and his aides are entering a critical week in his presidential transition as he and his Cabinet nominees undergo public questioning about their approach to Russia and potential conflicts of interests.
Trump Still Not Sold On Russian Link To HackingPresident-elect Donald Trump says that "no computer is safe" when it comes to keeping information private.
Hacker Group 'GrizzlySteppe' Blamed For Malware Attack At Vermont UtilityA Vermont electric utility confirmed on Friday it had found on one of its laptops a malware code the U.S. government says is used by Russian hackers.
80 Electors Ask For Evidence Of Russia Hack Before Casting VoteSome members of the Electoral College say they need more evidence about Russia's involvement in the Presidential election before casting their votes.
Obama To Russia: Stop Hacking 'Because We Can Do Stuff To You'In his year end press conference, President Barack Obama vowed to take action against Russia for allegedly interfering in the November election for the White House.

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