Customer reuse of passwords and lack of two-factor authentication are to blame
Civil liberties advocates want to uncover phone surveillance practices
Those who invested in their scheme were referred to as "dumb sheep"
A separate extension is not longer needed to keep your passwords safe
It used ads to trick people into downloading malware
Why didn't you just say that the first time?
There's also a record $5 million bounty for information that could lead to their arrest
Move along now -- Nothing to see here
Most were monthly invoices from Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile subscribers
The Chinese firm has called the action "unlawful"
The company fears it could be forced to sell it off as a result of a US national security review
Using phishing, skimming, and MitM attacks, Fullz House maximizes its profits
The company says it's notified everyone to change their password
Names, emails, and gender details were exposed
Messenger, Instagram and WeChat are among hundreds of unpatched apps
Reused credentials and keyloggers may have been responsible
Privacy advocates aren't happy
Company did not disclose specific numbers of those affected
Facebook fixed the issue in the latest app update
Make sure your apps are up to date
The second time the state has been targeted
Thousands of hacked accounts surfaced on the dark web hours after the Disney+ launch
Officials cannot cite a single verifiable instance where juice-jacking has taken place