Hackers exposed all your dirty secrets this year

After a year of painful data breaches, we know a lot more about how vulnerable our information is on the Internet.

CNET December 14, 2015

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Hackers exposed all your dirty secrets this year

After a year of painful data breaches, we know a lot more about how vulnerable our information is on the Internet.

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Twitter users, government spies may be hacking you

Emails warn that “state-sponsored” hackers could be digging for some users’ phone numbers, email addresses and Internet addresses.

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FBI admits it uses hacker tools to investigate crimes

It’s been keeping software security flaws secret to keep tabs on suspects. That could end up making some members of the public less safe.

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Anne Dujmovic
Associate Editor / Portland, Ore.
Associate editor Anne Dujmovic brings you the latest news on hackers, viruses, and other security threats.

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