If you’re one of LinkedIn’s 150 million users, you might want to change your password — the business networking site has allegedly been hacked, and millions of log-in credentials may have been compromised.
Dallas Naljahih maybe smiling in this Facebook photo of his, but he won’t be after news of his alleged burglary escapade does the rounds on the internet. The 18-year-old from Orem, UT, was arrested on suspicion of burglary after police say he left his homework at the crime scene.
Boredom, coupled with a desire to prove himself in the digital space, were the reasons that a 15-year-old Austrian hacked into the web systems of 259 companies in three months. Fear not, though — officials have apprehended the troublemaker.
If you’re one of the millions of shoe fanatics who shop on Zappos.com, you may want to change your site password — the company says it’s fallen victim to hackers who’ve accessed consumers’ personal information.