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Moscow-Based Security Firm Reveals What May Be the Biggest NSA “Backdoor Exploit” Ever

Since 2001, a group of hackers – dubbed the “Equation Group” by researchers from Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab – have infected computers in at least 42 countries (with Iran, Russia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, and Syria most infected) with...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 17, 2015

Une attaque informatique a permis de dérober 300 millions de dollars à des banques

Une attaque informatique sophistiquée a permis à des pirates de dérober au moins 300 millions de dollars à des banques du monde entier. « Un des plus gros vols bancaires de l'histoire. » C'est en ces termes grandiloquents que le New York Times...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 17, 2015

Des pirates informatiques ont volé plus d'un milliard à des banques

Un réseau international de piratage informatique a volé plus d'un milliard de dollars à des banques partout sur la planète, selon le rapport d'une firme de cybersécurité russe. Ce serait l'une des plus grandes attaques qu'a connues le secteur b...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 16, 2015

Anonymous declara la guerra a ISIS

Anonymous ha ganado notoriedad en los últimos años por ser un grupo conformado por miles cientos de personas al rededor del mundo quienes en protestas a atentados y genocidios realizan ataques ciberneticos en venganza.Su campaña contra ISIS fue pr...
by Mundoshares on Feb 15, 2015

Apple Adds Two-Step Verification Security To iMessage And FaceTime Apps

Apple has introduced two-step verification to the iMessage and FaceTime chat services in a bid to boost security. Apple's support page explains that the two-step verification process is triggered when Apple Mac or iOS users log-in to iMessage or Face...
by MondoUnix on Feb 15, 2015

Subtle malware lets hackers swipe over $300 million from banks

It's no secret that hackers see banks as prime targets, but one band of digital thieves is conducting heists on a truly grand scale. Security researchers at Kaspersky have published details of malware attacks that have stolen at least $300 million fr...
by engadget on Feb 14, 2015

Hardware, not hackers, behind US Postal Service's computer woes

The United States Postal Service had a little trouble installing some hardware yesterday, and now it's feeling the burn - the service's email system remains on the fritz while "some services offered at retail offices" have been affected to boot. Here...
by engadget on Feb 13, 2015

Zyppos — Use Flight hackers to get the best price for your ticket

“ Ok so essentially this is like 99Designs but for your next flight. You enter the details of the trip you want to make and create a contest. Zyppos connects you to the best experts and flight hackers across the world so you always get the best fli...
by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Feb 13, 2015

Apple made it harder for hackers to breach FaceTime and iMessage

As a means to further secure your digital life, Apple said today that it's adding two-step verification to FaceTime and iMessage. That still leaves the likes of iTunes and the Apple website vulnerable to ne'er-do-wells who want to remotely access you...
by engadget on Feb 12, 2015

Inconvenient Truth: Hackers Reveal True Number of Ukrainian Army Casualties

Ukrainian hacker group CyberBerkut has published documents that reveal a grim picture of Ukraine’s military operation in Donbas – 1,100 soldiers dead over the last two weeks, more than 100 tanks and other military vehicles destroyed, poor discipl...
by Actualité Distincte on Feb 2, 2015

Taylor Swift’s Twitter and Instagram Gets Hacked, Threatened to Release Nude Photos

Just another day goofing around the social networks of Taylor Swift and she receives a message from Paramore’s Hayley Williams about Tay’s Twitter and Instagram accounts being hacked. Taylor awards ‘MVP of The Day’ to Hayley...
by Just Random Things on Jan 28, 2015

John McAfee: "Sé Quién Hackeó Sony Pictures y No Fue Corea del Norte"

Declaraciones del Prófugo de La Justicia John McAfee y Su Relación Con Grupos HackingJohn McAfee sabe quien hackeó Sony PicturesJohn McAfee, el pionero de antivirus, dice que sabe quién está detrás del ataque a Sony Pictures y aunque no identif...
by Los Mejores Hackers del Mundo on Jan 22, 2015

25 Worst Passwords That Leave You Open to Being Hacked and Identity Theft

There are still a lot of people out there who do a poor job of creating their passwords. We know this because the most common passwords keep appearing year after year even when people are warned that these passwords aren’t secure and can easily...
by Debt Free Living Guru on Jan 21, 2015

Oracle releases 167 critical security fixes for Java and Sun systems

Oracle has released a critical patch update fixing 167 vulnerabilities across hundreds of its products, warning that the worst of them could be remotely exploited by hackers. The pressing fixes involve several of Oracle's most widely used products an...
by MondoUnix on Jan 21, 2015

New York Post and UPI Twitter accounts hacked

The Twitter accounts of the New York Post and United Press International (UPI) have been hacked with fake tweets on economic and military news. In one post, the Pope was quoted on UPI's Twitter feed as saying that "World War III has begun". Meanwhile...
by MondoUnix on Jan 19, 2015

NSA brags about turning the tables on cyberwarfare hackers

How confident is the National Security Agency about its ability to wage cyberwarfare? Enough so that it's bragging about it. A new round of Edward Snowden leaks published by Der Spiegel reveal that the institution has not only been gearing up for a f...
by engadget on Jan 17, 2015

Anonymous lanza primer ataque en protesta al atentado de 'Charlie Hebdo'

Tal como anunció hace un par de días, Anonymous ha cumplido su promesa y ha atacado una supuesta web yihadista de dominio ansar-alhaqq.net. En efecto al querer entrar a esta pagina de inmediato seremos redireccionados a DuckDuckGo.Siempre es c...
by Mundoshares on Jan 12, 2015

Winning Science January 9, 2015

While the Sony hack might have made big headlines at the end of 2014, there was a far more dangerous and noteworthy hack that hasn’t been getting much attention. A steel plant in Germany was the target of a cyber … Continue reading →...
by Therefore I Geek on Jan 9, 2015

Bureau 121 hackers operating in China says defector

In the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang, you’ll find businesses owned and operated by the North Korean government. You’ll also find a secret network of North Korean hackers, known as Bureau 121, according to defector Kim Heung-Kwang...
by North Korea Refugees on Jan 7, 2015

Obama impone nuevas sanciones a Corea del Norte por “hackear” a Sony

El presidente Barack Obama autorizó la imposición de nuevas sanciones contra Corea del Norte como “primer aspecto” de la respuesta estadunidense a su “destructivo” ciberataque contra Sony. Estas sanciones afectarán a tres e...
by cristianodigital.net on Jan 3, 2015


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