A previously undiscovered hacking group has used well-worn electronic espionage techniques — some more than a decade old — to infect about 500 government agency computers so far over the past year.
Digital security firm Gemalto asks, "Do you know where your data is?", revealing 1792 disclosed data breaches in 2016 led to almost 1.4 billion data records being compromised.
Clicking on a Bitly link sent by a Russian hacker known as "Fancy Bear" leading to a fake Google password reset page is information in one email leaked by WikiLeaks.
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