News and Articles About Hacking
The charm of Pokemon Go is that you wander searching in the real world, except hackers have already figured out how to search without leaving home. Is that cheating?
'You're really not that sexy, there isn't a woman in Russia who wants to meet you and you didn't win a million dollars,' he says, so you'd better hold that click.
'OurMine' previously hijacked the accounts of Google CEO Sundar Pichai and Mark Zuckerberg.
Even the best of software and technology is useless without appropriate human training.
To ensure small-business owners are equipped with the tools and resources needed to stay protected, we asked a number of experts what security threats SMBs face and how to remain safe.
The two restrictions have both been implemented within the past two weeks and are still in place.
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The Brigham Young University team took second place in its first year competing at the National Collegiate Cyber Defense Championship.
Judge John A. Ross, of a district court in Missouri, wrote in his ruling that being publicly named as an Ashley Madison user amounts to more than common embarrassment, but noted the 42 plaintiffs have special roles in the case that require identification.
The public bug bounty program is the government's first.
Hackers are a company's best last line of defense, and paying them to find security vulnerabilities is an increasingly common practice among all manner of companies, from Uber to GM.
'This would be the same as if the attacker was sitting at your computer typing on the computer.'
'While not all hacking incidents may result in a risk to safety, it is important that consumers take appropriate steps to minimize risk.'
While companies work out the kinks in self-driving vehicles' algorithms, hackers are still a huge concern.
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