Monthly Archives: November 2015

Trident nuclear weapons system could be vulnerable to cyber attacks

The former British defence secretary Des Browne is warning that Trident nuclear weapons system could be vulnerable to…

Dell puts users at risk with dangerous eDellRoot root certificate

Dell is in the headlines for shipping PCs with a pre-installed trusted root certificate dubbed eDellRoot that…

TrueCrypt is safer than previous examinations suggest

A new security audit the TrueCrypt software confirmed that even if it is plagued by some vulnerabilities,…

Dozens of secret and Top secret databases vulnerable to hack

Evaluation of DHS Information Security Program for Fiscal Year 2015 revealed the existence of dozens of top-secret unpatched databases….

EU plans to ban Bitcoin to curb terrorism funding

According to a draft document seen by the Reuters the EU plans to ban bitcoin and any…

Windows Bitlocker disk encryption could be easily bypassed

Microsoft recently fixed the a vulnerability in the Bitlocker disk encryption feature that could be exploited to easily bypassed…

Three men charged for the attack on the JPMorgan Chase

U.S. Authorities have charged other three men in huge cyber fraud targeting JPMorgan, and at least another…

GCHQ and NCA hunting criminals in the dark web

The GCHQ and NCA join forces to fight online criminals in the Dark Web and formed a…

200,000 Comcast login credentials available on the Dark Web

During the weekend, nearly 590,000 Comcast email addresses and passwords were offered for sale on a BlackMarket…

British NCA revealed to have hacking abilities, aka equipment interference

Documents published by the UK Government reveal that the UK’s National Crime Agency has the hacking capabilities,…

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