Monthly Archives: November 2017

Kazakhstan-born Canadian citizen pleads guilty to 2014 Yahoo hack, he admits helping Russian Intelligence

The Kazakhstan-born Canadian citizen Karim Baratov (22) has pleaded guilty to massive 2014 Yahoo hack that affected three billion accounts….

U.S. Indicts Chinese hackers for cyber espionage on Siemens and Moody’s

US authorities have filed official charges against three Chinese hackers part of the elite cyber-espionage unit APT3….

A new Mirai variant is rapidly spreading, around 100,000 IPs running the scans in the past 60 hours

A new Mirai variant is rapidly spreading, experts observed around 100K IPs running the scans in the…

Imgur was hacked in 2014, 1.7 million user accounts were compromised

Imgur, the popular image sharing service, confirms email addresses and passwords were stolen in a security breach…

Most PCs Running Windows and Intel Management Engine Easily Remotely Exploited

Almost every PC vendor announced the imminent release of fixes for the flaws in Intel Management Engine,…

Uber Breach of 57M Records Undisclosed For More Than One Year

Uber is silent for more than a year on a breach of data that has exposed 57…

A bug in the Android MediaProjection service lets hackers to record audio and screen activity on 77% of all devices

A flaw in the Android MediaProjection service could be exploited by an attacker to record audio and screen…

De-authentication attack on Amazon Key could let crooks to disable your camera

Researchers with Rhino Security Labs demonstrated how to disable the camera on Amazon Key, which could let…

US retailer Forever 21 Warns customers of payment card breach at some locations

The US clothes retailer FOREVER 21 announced it has suffered a security breach, hackers stole payment card…

Bug bounty programs and a vulnerability disclosure policy Hackers allowed Pentagon fix thousands of flaws

Bug bounty programs allowed the US agency to receive 2,837 valid bug reports from 650 white hat…

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