The 'Twinning' Fad, the Weather Channel, and More Security News

The 'Twinning' Fad, the Weather Channel, and More Security News

Security News This Week: The 'Twinning' Site Leaked Selfies WIRED; Momoa by Roy Rochlin/Getty Images, Chewbacca by DPA Picture Alliance Archive/Alamy You know what they say, the first hacks of January set the tone for the rest of year.

Security News This Week: Hackers Hit NASA Before the Holidays

Security News This Week: Hackers Hit NASA Before the Holidays

Three days after the magazine contacted Amazon, the company reached out to the customer whose private information had been erroneously shared with a stranger and explained that a staff member had made a “one-time error” that breached his privacy.

Why a Hacker Exploited Printers to Make PewDiePie Propaganda

Why a Hacker Exploited Printers to Make PewDiePie Propaganda

A self-described “huge” PewDiePie fan and university student says they exploited tens of thousands of internet-connected printers earlier this week to spit out a message telling people, in part, “PewDiePie is in trouble and he needs your help to defeat T-Series!” The incident was first reported by The Verge.

Introducing the online guide to the World Development Indicators: A new way to discover data on development

Introducing the online guide to the World Development Indicators: A new way to discover data on development

The goal is to provide a useful, easily accessible guide to the database and make it easy for users to discover what type of indicators are available, how they’re collected, and how they can be visualized to analyze development trends.