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When news surfaced last month that over 1.2 billion user credentials were stolen by an organized cybercrime group thought to be operating out of Russia, the dominoes were just starting get to
As our cars become increasingly dependent on advanced computer systems, the auto accident attorneys at The Eichholz Law Firm urge manufacturers to increase the security available in vehicles to
A new security vulnerability in mobile operating systems could allow hackers to gain access to a user’s personal information with a surprising success rate, researchers from the University of California, Riverside and the University of Michigan claim in a new report.
Service tells enterprises if they are hacked 6x faster than competition SAN ANTONIO, Aug.
The major US hospital group Community Health Systems has revealed that 4.5 million of its patients have had their data stolen by hackers. The attack appears to have originated in China and targets the personal information of patients within the group's system.
Thycotic Black Hat 2014 Hacker Survey also finds 88% of hackers fear theft from other hackers WASHINGTON, Aug.
With recent reports about Russian hackers assembling the largest recorded cache of stolen user credentials in history, the vulnerabilities businesses could be exposed to warrant a close look
Russian hackers have stolen more than one billion usernames and passwords belonging to over 500 million unique email addresses in what one cybersecurity firm is calling “arguably the largest data breach known to date.”
The satellite communications equipment of passenger jets can be hacked through their wireless internet and inflight entertainment systems, claims one prominent cybersecurity researcher who has promised to reveal the details of his work at the annual Black Hat conference.
First 200 attendees will receive free copy of ‘Hacking Point of Sale’. Portland, Oregon (PRWEB) August 01, 2014
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