A recent Fortnite hack allowed hackers to listen to your in-game conversations – FortniteINTEL

  1. A recent Fortnite hack allowed hackers to listen to your in-game conversations  FortniteINTEL
  2. A ‘Fortnite’ Vulnerability Exposed Accounts to Takeover  WIRED
  3. Fortnite vulnerability let hackers take over player accounts  The Verge
  4. Bug in Fortnite Authentication Left Accounts Open to Take Over  BleepingComputer
  5. Beware buying Fortnite’s V-Bucks, you could be funding organised crime  Naked Security
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Massive 'Fortnite' security hole allowed hackers to take over accounts, eavesdrop on chats – NBC News

  1. Massive ‘Fortnite’ security hole allowed hackers to take over accounts, eavesdrop on chats  NBC News
  2. ‘Fortnite’ security flaw let hackers spy on players through microphones  Digital Trends
  3. Millions Of “Fortnite” Accounts Were Exposed By A Security Flaw  BuzzFeed News
  4. Fortnite Flaw Put Millions of Players at Risk, Researchers Say  Bloomberg
  5. ‘Fortnite’: Hackers Are Taking Over Accounts Because Of These Epic Games Website Vulnerabilities  Comicbook.com
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Hackers find Super NES games mentioned in Switch’s emulated NES files – Ars Technica

  1. Hackers find Super NES games mentioned in Switch’s emulated NES files  Ars Technica
  2. Nintendo Switch Online data mine hints at SNES games  Polygon
  3. Sweet, One Less Reason to Buy an SNES Classic  Gizmodo
  4. Nintendo Switch Online SNES Game Support Leaked by Datamine  NDTV
  5. Nintendo SNES Games Could Be Coming to Switch Along With N64 and GameCube Console Remakes  HYPEBEAST
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Hackers seize control of more than 70,000 Chromecasts, promote YouTuber PewDiePie – Android Authority

  1. Hackers seize control of more than 70,000 Chromecasts, promote YouTuber PewDiePie  Android Authority
  2. Hackers hijack thousands of Chromecasts to warn of latest security bug  TechCrunch
  3. Hackers are taking over Chromecasts to promote PewDiePie’s channel  The Verge
  4. Hackers are making Google devices play PewDiePie fan videos  VICE
  5. PewDiePie Propaganda Hackers: We Exposed 72,000 Chromecasts And Smart TVs  Forbes
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Hackers take over Chromecasts to warn owners about security risks – The Next Web

  1. Hackers take over Chromecasts to warn owners about security risks  The Next Web
  2. Hackers hijack thousands of Chromecasts to warn of latest security bug  TechCrunch
  3. Hackers are taking over Chromecasts to promote PewDiePie’s channel  The Verge
  4. Dual UPnP-Chromecast Exploit Allows Hacker to Hijack Devices, Force Any YouTube Video to Play  Gizmodo
  5. Router vulnerability exploited to hijack Chromecasts and promote PewDiePie on YouTube  9to5Google
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Hackers are taking over Chromecasts to promote PewDiePie’s channel – The Verge

  1. Hackers are taking over Chromecasts to promote PewDiePie’s channel  The Verge
  2. Hackers are forcing smart TVs, Chromecasts to promote PewDiePie  CNET
  3. Hacker hijacks thousands of Chromecasts and smart TVs to play PewDiePie ad  ZDNet
  4. Hackers Accessed Smart TVs to Play PewDiePie Propaganda Videos  Motherboard
  5. Hacker forces Chromecasts and smart TVs to promote PewDiePie  Engadget
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Hackers steal highly personalized data from Marriott on up to half-billion hotel guests – St George News

  1. Hackers steal highly personalized data from Marriott on up to half-billion hotel guests  St George News
  2. Marriott sued hours after announcing data breach  ZDNet
  3. Marriott data breach: Sen. Schumer says company should pay to replace hacked passports  Fox Business
  4. Marriott says 500 million people were hacked in data breach. Were you? Here’s how to find out  WRAL.com
  5. Marriott’s Starwood Missed Chance to Detect Huge Data Breach Years Earlier, Cybersecurity Specialists Say  The Wall Street Journal
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Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts?

  1. Did Russian Hackers Just Steal Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts?  Forbes
  2. A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts  Gizmodo
  3. Hackers Publish Private Messages From 81000 Facebook Accounts  Deadline
  4. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers  Telegraph.co.uk
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Hackers Extracted and Published Facebook Private Messages Grabbed Through Bad Browser Plug-Ins

  1. Hackers Extracted and Published Facebook Private Messages Grabbed Through Bad Browser Plug-Ins  Fortune
  2. A Browser Extension Apparently Stole the Private Facebook Messages of at Least 81000 Accounts  Gizmodo
  3. Hack Brief: Someone Posted Private Facebook Messages From 81000 Accounts  WIRED
  4. Private messages from 81000 Facebook accounts advertised for sale by Russian hackers  Telegraph.co.uk
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US charges Chinese spies and their recruited hackers in conspiracy to steal trade secrets

  1. US charges Chinese spies and their recruited hackers in conspiracy to steal trade secrets  Washington Post
  2. The DOJ is accusing Chinese intelligence officers of stealing sensitive information from American aviation companies  Business Insider
  3. US charges Chinese intelligence officers for jet engine data hack  Reuters
  4. US Charges Chinese Agents in Hacking Scheme, More Cases Expected  Wall Street Journal
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Facebook finds 'no evidence' hackers accessed connected apps

  1. Facebook finds ‘no evidence’ hackers accessed connected apps  TechCrunch
  2. Facebook Finds No Evidence Third-Party Apps Were Hit in Hack  PCMag
  3. Facebook says there’s no evidence ‘so far’ that hackers accessed third-party apps  Mashable
  4. Facebook Hack Puts Thousands of Other Sites at Risk  New York Times
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