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DoJ Charges North Korean Hacker For Sony, WannaCry, And More - WIRED
12th Jan 2019 [9 days ago] from Google News
DoJ Charges North Korean Hacker for Sony, WannaCry, and MoreWIREDThe Department of Justice has taken its first legal action against North Koreas cybercrimes, in a massive complaint made public Thursday.
Report: Majority Of South Korean Crypto Exchanges Might Still Be Vulnerable To Hacks - CryptoGlobe
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
Report: Majority of South Korean Crypto Exchanges Might Still Be Vulnerable to HacksCryptoGlobeThe majority of South Koreas largest digital currency exchanges might still be vulnerable to hacks, as only a few of the nations cryptoasset...
ETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF (HACK) Shares Sold By Global Trust Asset Management LLC - Modern Readers
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
ETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF (HACK) Shares Sold by Global Trust Asset Management LLCModern ReadersGlobal Trust Asset Management LLC reduced its stake in shares of ETFMG Prime Cyber Security ETF (NYSEARCA:HACK) by 36.0% during the 4th...
Orphaned Accounts: Did The Quora Hack Reveal Hidden Dangers? - ISBuzz News
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
Orphaned Accounts: Did The Quora Hack Reveal Hidden Dangers?ISBuzz NewsFrom watching funny cat videos to checking the latest news, we are all familiar with the exchange of personal data (email address information, and the like) for ...
This Security Stunt Cleverly Illustrates What A Cyber Attack Would Look Like In Real Life - Adweek
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
This Security Stunt Cleverly Illustrates What a Cyber Attack Would Look Like in Real LifeAdweekWhat might it look like if some sketchy characters targeted a business in the real world using cyber crime tactics? Global insurer Hiscox decided...
Cyber-security Firm Doxxes Hacker Who Sold MySpace And Dropbox Databases In 2016 - ZDNet
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
Cyber-security firm doxxes hacker who sold MySpace and Dropbox databases in 2016ZDNetRecorded Future claims Tessa88s identity is a 29-year-old Russian named Maksim Vladimirovich Donakov.
Federal Government Shutdown Threatens Cybersecurity Strength - Government Technology
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
Federal Government Shutdown Threatens Cybersecurity StrengthGovernment TechnologyThe government shutdown means that contracted cybersecurity employees are not being paid, and thus not working, which has negative effects on safety of...
Phoenix Man Says Hacker Talked To Him Through A Nest Security Camera In His Home - AZCentral
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
Phoenix man says hacker talked to him through a Nest security camera in his homeAZCentralA north Phoenix resident said he wants to warn others that these devices arent as secure as you may think. William Flannigan, azcentral ...
Marriott Hack: The World’s Largest Hotel Chain Faces Class-action Lawsuits - Vox.com
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
Marriott hack: the world’s largest hotel chain faces class-action lawsuitsVox.comMore than 150 people who previously stayed in Marriott properties are suing the hotel chain in a federal class-action lawsuit, claiming that Marriott didnt...
A Hacker Forced 50,000 Printers To Spread PewDiePie Propaganda -- And The Problem Is Much Bigger Than You Know - Forbes
11th Jan 2019 [10 days ago] from Google News
A Hacker Forced 50,000 Printers To Spread PewDiePie Propaganda -- And The Problem Is Much Bigger Than You KnowForbesMillions of printers could be open to a mass printing hack, as a PewDiePie fan has highlighted.
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