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Could hackers "hijack your memory" in the future?

Copyright of the image Getty Images Legend Could the technologies of the future allow hackers to penetrate into precious corners of our minds? Imagine being able to browse your memories like an Instagram feed, relive with stunning detail your favorite… Continue Reading →

CrowdStrike: Russian state-sponsored hackers put less than 20 minutes to start moving sideways in the network of a targeted organization after an initial violation

According to CrowdStrike's report on the global threat 2019, hackers sponsored by the Russian state need less than 20 minutes to start moving laterally within the network of a targeted organization after the initial violation . Last year, the security… Continue Reading →

POS company claims hackers have installed malware on its customers' networks

North Country Business Products (NCBP), a Minnesota-based point-of-sale product provider, announced a security breach last week. The company said hackers compromised its computer system and subsequently sent malware to point of sale on some of its customers' network. The offense… Continue Reading →

Hackers wipe US servers from VFEmail email provider

Image: ZDNet Hackers broke the boundaries of the VFEmail.net email provider and erased data from all US servers, destroying all data from their US customers. The attack took place yesterday, February 11th. It was detected after the company's website and… Continue Reading →

Swiss government invites hackers to test e-voting system

The Swiss government will make its future electronic voting system available for a public intrusion test and now invites companies and security researchers to launch it. "Interested hackers around the world are welcome to attack the system," the government said… Continue Reading →

Microsoft: Enhanced security features delay hackers from attacking Windows users

Image: Matt Miller Constant improvements in the security of Microsoft products are finally starting to pay off, a Microsoft security engineer revealed last week. Matt Miller, a security engineer at Microsoft, said at a conference in Israel on security that… Continue Reading →

Google warns of two zero-day iOS vulnerabilities that hackers are actively exploiting. the vulnerabilities have been fixed in the update iOS 12.1.4

A security engineer from Google today revealed that hackers had launched attacks against iPhone users using two vulnerabilities iOS. The attacks took place before Apple had the chance to release iOS 12.1.4 today, which means that both vulnerabilities are what… Continue Reading →

Researchers discover a flaw in e-ticketing at more than 8 airlines, including Southwest, which would allow hackers to access sensitive information by intercepting e-mails for travelers.

Written by Jeff Stone February 6, 2019 | CYBERSCOOP According to a study released Wednesday by mobile security company Wandera, at least eight airlines, including Southwest, use electronic ticketing systems that could allow hackers to access sensitive information about travelers… Continue Reading →

A story of two hackers, US citizens and former members of the computer hacking group UGNazi, who cheated and murdered the girlfriend of a hacker in the Philippines

So many strange things float in the Pasig River. The 15-mile waterway, which divides Manila in two, is so polluted that environmentalists in the 1990s declared it "biologically dead" – unable to endure marine life. At certain times and places,… Continue Reading →

Chainalysis: Two groups of hackers are responsible for nearly 60% of publicly reported cryptocurrency hackers and have stolen about $ 1 billion so far

Two "leading hacking professional groups" are responsible for the majority of crypto-currency trading and other crypto-currency organizations reported publicly, a report released this week by the company says. Chainalysis blockchain data analysis. According to the report, simply called Crypto Crime… Continue Reading →

Report: Russian hackers have found a new business model, sharing TV and torn movies via private CDNs with streaming sites that monetize CDN feeds via commercials

With the increasing popularity of torrents sites in Russia, an interesting business model for mass streaming is booming in the region. According to a report shared with TorrentFreak by the cyber-security group, several pirate-based CDNs facilitate the creation of a… Continue Reading →

Hackers distribute collections 2 to 5, 845 GB of usernames and passwords or 25B records, almost three times more than the collection # 1, on hackers forums and torrents

When hackers have raped companies such as Dropbox and LinkedIn in recent years (they have stolen 71 million and 117 million passwords respectively), they have at least had the decency to secretly exploit this stolen identity information. or sell them… Continue Reading →

Shutdown increases fear of hackers, cybersecurity & brain drain & # 39;

Break news e-mails Receive news reports and special reports. The news and the stories that matter are delivered on weekday mornings. REGISTER January 24, 2019, 15:46 GMT By Alyssa Newcomb The longest elimination of government in the history of the… Continue Reading →

D.N.C. Russian hackers have again targeted after the election of "18

Matthew Dunwoody, a security researcher at FireEye, said the Coy Bear hackers were able to delve into a network without attracting attention. Once in, they often swap their phishing tools for hard-to-detect malware, he said. FireEye said that although Co-Bear… Continue Reading →

Shodan Safari, where hackers harass the worst devices on the internet

If you leave something on the internet, someone will hack it. The reality is that many device manufacturers make it far too easy by using standard passwords that are extensively documented, allowing anyone to sign up as "administrator" and browse… Continue Reading →

Check Point finds a loophole that could allow hackers to break into Fortnite user accounts

Check Point said its researchers had discovered vulnerabilities in the popular Fortnite online game. The security software company has informed the manufacturer of Fortnite Epic Games, which has corrected the flaw, which could have allowed hackers to secretly intercept the… Continue Reading →

Fortnite had a security vulnerability that allowed hackers to support accounts

Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability that hackers could use to support Fortnite accounts. Epic Games Beware, all the epic Fortnite players: your accounts were in great danger. Check Point security researchers discovered vulnerabilities with the Epic Games website, which… Continue Reading →

Hackers unveil details of German lawmakers, with the exception of those on the far right

BERLIN – After hackers, later determined to work for Russia, broke into Parliament's main computer network three years ago, the government is committed to strengthening its cybersecurity. The authorities have sensitized legislators to change passwords, using two-step identification and other… Continue Reading →

Marriott concedes 5 million lost passport numbers to unencrypted hackers

The Marriott survey revealed a new vulnerability of hotel systems: what happens to the passport data when a customer makes a booking or saves at a hotel, usually abroad, and delivers a passport to the receptionist? For the first time,… Continue Reading →

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