Most of the shipments came from Hong Kong and mainland China, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection.
Twitter announced on Tuesday that it will take action on "QAnon" activity and permanently suspend accounts tweeting about the QAnon conspiracy theory.
While the hack appeared to be financially motivated, it raised questions about Twitter's ability to secure its service against election interference and misinformation ahead of the U.S. presidential election.
Messages appearing on their accounts showed statements about bitcoin and promised to “double” payments sent to a bitcoin wallet address.
Millions of Americans’ financial information was compromised in an Equifax data breach in 2017.
Companies large and small are collecting data, ranging from medical to financial information, about us amid this pandemic.
As tens of millions of people turn to video conferencing to stay connected during the coronavirus pandemic, many have reported uninvited guests.
The Better Business Bureau (BBB) released a warning to individuals involving a text message scam impersonating government agencies in an attempt to obtain sensitive information.
Concerns of scammers attempting to take advantage of the chaotic situation are circulating as confusion and panic spread.
Puerto Rico's Industrial Development Company, a government agency, transferred millions of dollars to a fraudulent account.
Equifax's settlement with the U.S. government entitles affected consumers to free credit-monitoring and identity-restoration services for the next several years. Consumers may also be eligible for money for their time or reimbursement for certain services.
Dating apps including Grindr, OkCupid and Tinder leak personal information to advertising tech companies in possible violation of European data privacy laws, a Norwegian consumer group said in a report Tuesday.
Russian military agents have hacked the Ukrainian gas company at the center of the Trump impeachment scandal.
With rising tensions between the U.S. and Iran stirring up fears of World War III, fraudulent text messages have begun popping up on phones across the country, scaring many Americans into believing they have just been drafted.
A lawsuit has been filed against Wawa over its recent data breach.
During the summer of 2019, hackers intercepted credit card information from thousands of customers who used their credit cards at gas pumps.
A Ukrainian security researcher reported finding a database with the names, phone numbers and unique user IDs of more than 267 million Facebook users - nearly all U.S.-based - on the open internet.
Over 3,000 Ring camera users reportedly had their personal information leaked online.
The Wawa convenience store chain says a data breach may have collected debit and credit card information from thousands of customers.
If you receive an email containing an order confirmation for an item on Amazon that you didn’t purchase, be warned — it could be a phishing scam.