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Why US Elections Remain Dangerously Vulnerable To Cyber-attacks
13th Aug 2018 [4 days ago] from Guardian
Officials have been slow to update machines and secure data – and the political climate could hurt voter confidenceSixteen months ago, Marilyn Marks was just another political junkie watching a high-profile congressional election on her...
Hackers Accessing PayPal Via Voicemail? Security Expert Says Its Possible
10th Aug 2018 [6 days ago] from Guardian
Voicemail systems have had some of the same weaknesses for decades, and hackers could use those to break into PayPal and WhatsApp accountsWith just a simple script and a $40 virtual phone number, a hacker could automatically break into...
Hackable Implanted Medical Devices Could Cause Deaths, Researchers Say
9th Aug 2018 [7 days ago] from Guardian
Medtronic, a manufacturer of pacemakers and implantable insulin pumps, won’t fix security vulnerabilities in its productsA range of implanted medical devices with nine newly discovered security vulnerabilities won’t be fixed by the...
Hacked Satellite Systems Could Launch Microwave-like Attacks, Expert Warns
9th Aug 2018 [7 days ago] from Guardian
At Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, researcher says theoretical threat to ships, planes and military is ‘no longer theoretical’The satellite communications that ships, planes and the military use to connect to the internet are vulnerable...
Reddit User Data Compromised In Sophisticated Hack
2nd Aug 2018 [15 days ago] from Guardian
Hackers access usernames, passwords and email addresses in breach of one of world’s biggest websitesReddit has suffered a data breach compromising usernames, passwords and email addresses of groups of users, the site has confirmed.While...
If We Fight Cyberattacks Alone, We’re Doomed To Fail | Eugene Kaspersky
31st Jul 2018 [17 days ago] from Guardian
Online crime is borderless, and so must be our response. We cannot fight back if we are isolated and fragmentedThe safety of our online lives has become increasingly important. Whether it be interference in elections, attacks by hostile...
To Tackle Cyberthreats, International Cooperation Is Vital | Eugene Kaspersky
31st Jul 2018 [17 days ago] from Guardian
Online crime is borderless, and so must be our response. We cannot fight back if we are isolated and fragmentedThe safety of our online lives has become increasingly important. Whether it be interference in elections, attacks by hostile...
Idaho Prisoners Hack IPads And Transfer $225,000 Worth Of Credits To Themselves
26th Jul 2018 [21 days ago] from Guardian
Officials say vulnerability in system used to pay for email, music and games was exploited to swipe nearly a quarter million dollarsPrison officials say 364 Idaho inmates hacked hand-held prison tablets and collectively transferred nearly...
My Deep Dive Into One Of The Largest Dark Web Hacking Forum | Dylan Curran
24th Jul 2018 [24 days ago] from Guardian
I spent three weeks studying FreeHacks, one of the dark web’s biggest platform for hackers. From passports to credit cards, nothing is safe The darknet (or dark web) is one of the most fascinating vestiges of humanity we’ve ever seen....
Just As Rome Fell To The Goths, So Small Players Can Hurt The Mighty In Cyberwars | John Naughton
21st Jul 2018 [26 days ago] from Guardian
Dependence on complex hi-tech networks means western democracies are bound to feel the effects of cyberattacks far more keenly than any rogue stateIn their book, The Future of Violence, Benjamin Wittes and Gabriella Blum point out that...
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