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Many businesses simply don't realize, or refuse to accept, just how stacked against them the deck really is on digital frontier, but a recent New York Times article shines some light into
Though Google Glass service is set for an official launch at the end of this year, researchers at the mobile security firm Lookout reported that they have uncovered a vulnerability that could have allowed hackers to take control of the device using QR codes.
With McAfee releasing its report on Operation Troy and the Dark Seoul cyber attacks last week, the spotlight once again falls on the spear phishing threats businesses face every day.
Offers advice to maintain security with remote access users. Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 15, 2013 David Boone, CEO of Paranet, the preferred provider of
Countries around the world are hiring hackers to find weaknesses in the computer networks of their adversaries, according to the New York Times.
idcloak Technologies publishes an advisory Facebook login article to aid users who are facing difficulties in accessing the social networking site from their computer or mobile device.
The feds have attended the DefCon hackfest in the past to recruit new cyber security potentials, but the founder of the group is asking the government to not attend the convention this year.
According to the Japan Times, a Nintendo fan site has been hit with an attack that has exposed the private information of nearly 24,000 users.
Gaming company Ubisoft has been hacked, resulting in the release of email addresses, user names and encrypted passwords. The company released a statement on Tuesday admitting the hack, noting that while some information had been accessed, users’ credit and debit card information was not released.
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