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|Sep 4 - 10:50 amHonestly. Is anyone surprised?
Hacker Breached HealthCare.gov Insurance Site
A hacker broke into the HealthCare.gov insurance enrollment website in July and uploaded malicious software, but there was no evidence consumers' personal data was taken.
Sep 3 - 1:46 amAs with WiFi hotspots, cellular towers (fake ones) pose a serious threat to network security. Android based phones are the most vulnerable.
Mysterious Phony Cell Towers Could Be Intercepting Your Calls
Every smart phone has a secondary OS, which can be hijacked by high-tech hackers
Sep 2 - 10:39 amGot Anti-virus? MailFoundry updates every 5 minutes. Get inoculated with MailFoundry!
Hackers are using Google's antivirus tool to test their attacks
Google's VirusTotal site can be very handy if you're worried about malware; upload a file and dozens of antivirus tools will check to see if it's
Sep 2 - 8:24 amAt the end of the day, your security is only as good as your passwords and people.
Apple: "Certain celebrity accounts" were compromised by a targeted attack
Apple has released an official statement in response to the hack that released several private celebrity photos on the internet.
Aug 22 - 8:43 amThe Target card reader hack was much, much larger than just Target stores.
Secret Service Warns 1,000 Businesses on Hack That Affected Target
Far more companies than originally thought may be vulnerable to the attack that allowed criminals to steal credit card information from Target and other major retailers.
Aug 20 - 2:28 amPhysical security, like network security is only as good as the technology that supports it. Picking the lock on the cabinet to instal malware on the X-Ray machine's PC was trivial. How secure are your locks?
Researchers Easily Slipped Weapons Past TSA's X-Ray Body Scanners | Threat Level | WIRED
Two years ago, a blogger named Jonathan Corbett published a YouTube video that seemed to show a facepalm-worthy vulnerability in the TSA's Rapiscan full-body X-ray scanners: Because metal detected by the scanners appeared black in the images the scanners created, he claimed that any passenger could...
Aug 19 - 3:00 amNeed an RX for network security?
Hospital network hackers nab personal info of 4.5 million US patients
In April and June, one of the largest hospital networks in the US was hacked. Community Health Systems says that cyber attacks originating in China stole
Aug 15 - 5:41 amWhat can't be exploited as a security risk?
Hackers transform a smartphone gyroscope into always-on microphone
Apps that use your smartphone's microphone need to ask permission, but the motion sensors? No say-so needed. That might not sound like a big deal, but
Aug 8 - 5:50 amHere kitty, kitty.
How to Use Your Cat to Hack Your Neighbor's Wi-Fi | Threat Level | WIRED
Late last month, a Siamese cat named Coco went wandering in his suburban Washington, DC neighborhood. He spent three hours exploring nearby backyards. He killed a mouse, whose carcass he thoughtfully brought home to his octogenarian owner, Nancy. And while he was out, Coco mapped dozens of his neigh...
Aug 7 - 1:50 amHacking is rooted in creativity sprinkled with occasional humor.
Hackers made Iran's nuclear computers blast AC/DC
Between 2009 and 2010, Iran's nuclear program was the target of a devastating cyber attack. A virus, reportedly developed by the American and Israeli governments and known as Stuxnet, took control...