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Radio stations are being hacked to play ‘F*ck Donald Trump’ on a loop

Radio stations are being hacked to play ‘F*ck Donald Trump’ on a loop: From the article: The hackers are reportedly commandeering the LPFM stations to broadcast “F*ck Donald Trump,” the protest anthem from rappers YG and Nipsey Hussle, on an endless loop. The days of old fashioned hacking back?! Just like the days of hijackings … Read moreRadio stations are being hacked to play ‘F*ck Donald Trump’ on a loop

AP: The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that data from the Office of Personnel Management and the Interior Department had been compromised. “The FBI is conducting an investigation to identify how and why this occurred,” the statement said. The hackers were believed to be based in China, said Sen. Susan Collins, a Maine Republican. Collins, a member of the Senate intelligence committee, said the breach was “yet another indication of a foreign power probing successfully and focusing on what appears to be data that would identify people with security clearances.” A U.S. official, who declined to be named because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the data breach, said it could potentially affect every federal agency. One key question is whether intelligence agency employee information was stolen. Former government employees are affected as well.

AP: The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that data from the Office of Personnel Management and the Interior Department had been compromised. “The FBI is conducting an investigation to identify how and why this occurred,” the statement said. The hackers were believed to be based in China, said Sen. Susan Collins, a Maine … Read moreAP: The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that data from the Office of Personnel Management and the Interior Department had been compromised. “The FBI is conducting an investigation to identify how and why this occurred,” the statement said. The hackers were believed to be based in China, said Sen. Susan Collins, a Maine Republican. Collins, a member of the Senate intelligence committee, said the breach was “yet another indication of a foreign power probing successfully and focusing on what appears to be data that would identify people with security clearances.” A U.S. official, who declined to be named because he was not authorized to publicly discuss the data breach, said it could potentially affect every federal agency. One key question is whether intelligence agency employee information was stolen. Former government employees are affected as well.

Cyberattack compromises government workers

Cyberattack compromises government workers This is a big deal:  Four million current and former federal employees may have had their personal information hacked, the Office of Personnel Management said on Thursday… The government is saying tonight that his may be the biggest breach of government computers to date.  Personnel Management is urging potential victims to … Read moreCyberattack compromises government workers